The city’s most famous succubus began her final season on the hit Showcase series Lost Girl this month. Here, the 10 things she can’t live without By Bronwen Jervis | Photographs by Norman Wong My son’s art My one-year-old, Samuel, made this painting for me on Mother’s Day this year. His babysitter helped him with… Read more »
The scoop on the month’s red-hot releases A Canadian Prime Minister writing a book about hockey is a little like an Australian PM writing about kangaroos: the stuff of hack comedy. And yet—A Great Game: The Forgotten Leafs and the Rise of Professional Hockey, a nostalgic look at the sport’s pre-history, is the literary debut… Read more »
By Emily Landau | Photography by Jessica Haye and Clark Hsiao A woman in a leather miniskirt and stilettos staggers down a darkened corridor and rings the buzzer beside a bolted door. The man inside interrupts his bare-chested boxing workout to let her in. “I’m busy,” he grumbles. “Please,” she pants through gritted teeth. Then… Read more »
TOP CHEF CANADA Season 2 | Episode 8 Previous Episode Next Episode Last night’s episode started with some reflections from the chefs back at their, um, glamorous condo. Xavier Lacaze was amazed that he’d made it so far. Ryan Gallagher thought that Curtis Luk had been sent home too early. Carl Heinrich missed his girlfriend… Read more »
The campy new TV series Lost Girl makes succubi sexy After Buffy and Lord of the Rings and Lost, we are all nerds, hungry for the allegorical escapist pleasures that were once solely the domain of basement dwellers and fan convention addicts. So bring on Showcase’s campy fantasy series Lost Girl. The show unpacks the… Read more »
By all accounts, the official TIFF opening night party was a Canad-a-thon, mostly featuring TV actors, singers, filmmakers and movie stars from the Great White North. Our red carpet gallery captures the mood of the opening night of the festival as the party-goes arrive for their night at the Liberty Grand. See the gallery below.