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Summer Camp Series: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong [INTERVIEW]

Written by Fatima Hasan and Cory Callahan

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is not merely an incredible band name. It is also the name of an extremely talented group of musicians that bring earnest enthusiasm and devotion to the music industry. 2,761 more words

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Toronto Inside Out 2018 Review: “A Kid Like Jake” (2018) ★★★★★

It took me quite a while to collect myself after watching the film “A Kid Like Jake”, based on the play by Daniele Pearle. The film has benefited a lot since the author has also penned the script. 689 more words

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Toronto Inside Out 2018 Review: "Octavio is Dead" (2018) ★★★

Sarah Gadon is one of those Canadian actresses that is always a joy to watch. As her performance evolves, her strength and vision in the characters she portrays becomes unique and extravagant. 733 more words

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Toronto Inside Out 2018 Review: "Evening Shadows" (2018) ★★★★★

There is something very pure, unique and profound about Sridhar Rangayan’s “Evening Shadows” that’s planned to be screened as part of Toronto’s LGBT Film Festival. As soon as the film begins, it takes you to the world of a mother-and-son relationship that even a deadly hurricane cannot destroy. 512 more words

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Toronto Inside Out 2018 Review: "Montana" (2017) ★★★★

Every person carries a secret from the past; some are dark while some are too shameful to be shared between a group of people. However, either of them can have unexpected implications when the cause of that past reappears to bring a logical closure. 398 more words

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Summer Camp Series: Aqueous [INTERVIEW]

Aqueous (pronounced “ay-kwee-us”) was formed in Buffalo, New York back in 2006. The band, known for its groove-rock style, has cultivated a unique vibe that is composed of meticulous compositions and elaborate exploratory sounds. 1,600 more words

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Summer Camp Series: Mungion [INTERVIEW]

Written by Fatima Hasan

Since the band got together in Spring of 2015, Mungion has rapidly grown due to their ambitious compositions, improvisational abilities, and charismatic live performances. 1,550 more words

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