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Theatre Review
Review: Picture This rediscovers a 1924 Hungarian satire that could have been written here and now
Journalist Lauren McKeon on her new book, F-Bomb: Dispatches from the War on Feminism
Fail to Appear, screening at VIFF, showcases a new wave of Toronto talent
Meet Italian violinist Elisa Citterio, Tafelmusik’s new music director
Aussie phenom Tash Sultana is making her mark on the music world
Michael Amico
What Broken Social Scene guitarist Andrew Whiteman is tuned into, reading and enjoying
Getty Images for Arroyo Seco Wee
Hottest tickets in town: Five things to do in Toronto
Hilary Weston Prize shortlist announced
This fall’s best books for food, fashion and design
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
Polaris Prize winner Lido Pimienta an unlikely success story
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Fuji Kindergarten awarded $100,000 global architecture prize
KATSUHISA KIDA
Montreal mafia series Bad Blood is bloody good John Doyle
John Doyle
Painter Jean-Michel Basquiat’s star rises yet higher RUSSELL SMITH
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Theatre Review
Review: Aloof production of Waiting for Godot marks significant moment for Toronto’s Soulpepper
In Photos
In Photos: Canada's music stars perform during Polaris Prize gala Gallery
THE CANADIAN PRESS
Lido Pimienta wins 2017 Polaris Music Prize for La Papessa
John Paille

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