There are big plans for the Commodore Ballroom (pictured), Ontario live-streams are put on hold, and a Joni Mitchell classic is revisited. Also in the headlines are Donald Trump, EU visas, sea shanties, Michael Buble, Veeps, Live Nation, New Radicals, Zev Feldman, Phil Spector, Brad Paisley, Dr. Dre, Ready Steady Go!, and Van Morrison.
You gotta laugh to keep from cryin'
Nicki Minaj (pictured) and her fans attack a Toronto blogger online, Google spends big bucks attacking a copyright directive, and Mick Jagger possibly jinxed England at the World Cup. Others in the headlines include Richard Swift, Anenome, hip-hop photos, Green Day, Carmen Campagne, Damian Marley, Dave Grohl, Julian Thomas, The Kubasonics, Charlie Puth, and the Brave festival.
" ...Will they discuss prison reform over wine? Chew the fat about racial inequality? Is this meeting a ploy for West to gather intel for his own presidential campaign? It could be. Maybe West is a sly and sneaky genius and we have nothing to worry about."
GQ UK has an exclusive excerpt from the Wolff book on Trump, Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House, a part of which is reprinted here.
Has a twittering reality star found a way to muzzle his detractors and gloat like a Cheshire cat as he chokes the wind out of all adversaries? One person thinks this could be the case.
Canadians have a right to know and influence what their government is negotiating for in NAFTA-- or more importantly, what their government is negotiating away -- allegedly on their behalf.
The Australian comic, composer and the man behind the hit show Matilda has adapted the musical's central song, “When I Grow Up,” to mock Donald Trump and his entourage.
Let's get past the stupid Nobel debates, the Minnesota oracle is not just a great poet but a prophet whose genius can sustain us. So says metrist and author Amis Shivani.