Arts & Culture

I frequently cover arts and culture events that fall outside of the realm of music, primarily for Torontoist.


The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair: Where Some Books Cost More Than Cars.Torontoist. November 12th 2013.

Evil Dead The Musical Returns To Toronto.Torontoist. October 29th 2013.

Operanation Makes and Old Art Form New Again.Torontoist. October 24th 2013.

Homegrown Horror Gets Top Billing at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival.Torontoist. October 17th 2013

Tainted is All Heart.Torontoist. October 12th 2013.

The Black Museum’s Lectures Take A Deadly Serious Approach to Horror Film.Torontoist. September 25th 2013.

‘David Bowie Is’ Is Taking Over The AGO.Torontoist. September 25th 2013.

Toronto’s Mini Maker Faire Makes A Mark.Torontoist. September 23rd 2013.

Word On The Street Returns To Queen’s Park Circle.Torontoist. September 22nd 2013.

Local Small Presses Sell Their Wares at a New Book Fair.Torontoist. September 9th 2013.

A Guide To Local Talent at TIFF 2013.Torontoist. September 5th 2013.

What Not To Eat At the CNE.Torontoist. August 20th 2013.

The ALL CAPS! Island Festival Prepares For Its Final Show.Torontoist.  August 11th 2013.

A Pork-Flavoured Tour of Toronto.Torontoist. July 8th 2013.

The 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards Delivered Less Glamour, More Goofiness.Torontoist. June 17th 2013.

New Toronto Production of Cats Meets Expectations.Torontoist. June 14th 2013.

“Kicking Ass and Changing Games: Profiling Annie Koyama.” Broken Pencil. Issue #59, May 2013.

Toronto Has A New Feminist Film Journal.Torontoist. April 9th 2013.

Rich Aucoin Wins Inaugural Prism Prize for Canadian Music Videos.Torontoist. March 25th 2013.

The AGO Illuminates The Early Renaissance.Torontoist. March 13th 2013.

How A Torontonian Became An Award-Winning Video Game Writer.Torontoist.  March 6th 2013.

Patti Smith’s Photography Comes To the AGO.” Torontoist.  February 7th 2013.

The Nub Indie Arts Hub Brings Free, Canadian Magazine Articles To Your Smartphone.Torontoist.  January 31st 2013.

The Great Canadian Girlesque Expo Brings Burlesque Legends to Town.” Torontoist. January 24th 2013.

Have Not Been The Same, a seminal text on Canadian rock, continues to make a difference.” Torontoist. November 30th 2012.

This Year’s CBC Canada Reads Books and Panelists Announced.” Torontoist. November 30th 2012.

bpNichol Chapbook Award Winner Announced.” Torontoist. November 20th 2012.

Medieval Times Debuts a New Show.” Torontoist. November 12th 2012.

Bookthug: Books With Spine.” broken pencil, Issue #57. Published online November 6th 2012.

The International Festival of Authors Returns to the Harbourfront CentreTorontoist. October 17th 2012.

Frida & Diego Embrace at the AGOTorontoist. October 17th 2012.

Autumn Afternoon of the Living DeadTorontoist. October 15th 2012.

2012 Giller Prize Shortlist AnnouncedTorontoist. October 1st 2012.

The Queen West Art Crawl, Now With More EtsyTorontoist. September 14th 2012.

Tiff ’12: Tuesday EditionTorontoist. September 11th 2012.

Dungeons and Dragons and ImprovTorontoist. August 23rd 2012.

Toronto Celebrates the Apocalypse with Nuit Blanche 2012Torontoist. August 21st 2012.

One Direction Leads to the Cash RegisterTorontoist. August 20th 2012.

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