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    Mark Tolch
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  • A Public Celebration of the Life and Legacy of George A. Romero

    A Public Celebration of the Life and Legacy of George A. Romero




    It's the morning of July 24, 2017, and I'm making an unpleasant commute that I've done many times before. Years ago, when I moved to Waterloo but kept my job in Toronto, I drove daily across that stretch of nasty, traffic-snarled highway known as the 401. The drive could take as little as 49 minutes; other days, I exited after three hours of stop-and-go traffic, not even halfway to the destination, a full day of pay lost because of a multi-car collision up ahead. Finding...
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  • Mark Tolch
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  • Kraftwerk 3D: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario - March 29, 2014

    Kraftwerk 3D: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario - March 29, 2014

    Some 22 years ago, I found myself at a friend's party on a Saturday night, and relaxed in the way that we usually did; by throwing on some music and sitting around having some drinks. That night, I decided to take it easy, as I had to bike my way home, and would more than likely encounter my parents, who were not fans of the underaged drinking scene. With that in mind, I stopped after a few drinks, and decided to finish out the evening's festivities with a glass of orange juice. I drank ...
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  • Mark Tolch
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  • Bad Religion - Toronto, Ontario - March 31, 2013

    Bad Religion - Toronto, Ontario - March 31, 2013



    "It's freezing out here, bring me a hot chocolate!"
    "Do you want marshmallows in it?"
    As nerdy as it is, that was my Twitter interaction with Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley, self-proclaimed social media whore, before tonight's show. It seems like an eternity has passed since the first time I heard Bad Religion; they've been an integral part of my life for so long, I have only vague memories of them not being part of my musical lexicon. In reality, however, it was only
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  • Ian Jane
    started a topic American Nightmare!

    American Nightmare!

    Watched this one last night, seemed like a good Halloween movie. It's more sleazy than it is scary but those who remember the Toronto of the early 80s...
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  • Ian Jane
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  • Dirty, Drunk And Punk by Jennifer Morton

    Dirty, Drunk And Punk by Jennifer Morton



    Released by: Insomniac Press
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    It seems that every major city has had a 'punk house' at some point. Los Angeles had the Stern Brothers and Skinhead Manor, among others, New York City had and still has C-Squat on the Lower East Side, and Toronto had Fort Goof. The ringleader at Fort Goof, which was essentially a 24/7 booze can inhabited by a group of crusty street punks, was a young man named Steve Johnson, better known around...
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  • Mark Tolch
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  • Casino Jack

    Casino Jack


    Released By: 20th Century Fox
    Released On: 04/05/2011
    Director: George Hickenlooper
    Cast: Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Jon Lovitz, Ruth Marshall, Graham Greene

    The Film:

    You could make a dozen movies about Jack Abramoff, and still not tell the whole story. In fact, two movies were made about him in 2010; the documentary film Casino Jack and the United States of Money, and the larger-budgeted feature film, simply titled Casino Jack. Both...
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