One of my interests, imparted to me by my late Grandma C (who died a year ago), is film noir, along with detective shows.
Tag: The Blast Radius
Hockey really does live here
Leafs legend Darryl Sittler still makes an impact on young hockey fans
Midtown has a place at TIFF
When you cover a beat for an extended time you begin to see a network of people manifest before you.
Looking through the lens of an iconic shutterbug
Like any teenaged boy growing up in the 905, my room was wallpapered with ’90s pop culture.
Ink’s still leaving a trail
The day I came home with a tattoo, some 10 years ago, was a memorable one.
Film noir at the bar: beyond the words
A few weeks ago I attended a unique event: Noir at the Bar Toronto.
Music, poetry and conviviality found at midtown record shop
Bert Myers says he would sell me Captain Beefheart’s Safe As Milk, if he had a copy at his Yonge and Eglinton shop, Vortex Records.
Is comic book phobia a midtown affliction?
I never pass up an opportunity to visit comic book conventions in this city.
Black Christmas all year round
Apparently, the iconic Casa Loma isn’t the only filming location that sits comfortably atop South Hill, menacing cars and pedestrians from its perch.
It’s time we cranked up the amps and let the good times roll
Check one, two. Hello, midtown!