The writing on Woody Guthrie’s instrument said, “This guitar kills fascists.” And Bruce Cockburn once famously sang that if he had a rocket launcher, he’d “make somebody pay.” So, you don’t want to make a folk singer angry. Or maybe you do, because they’ve often got something important to say, along with a melody upon… Read More

By Reporter Jennifer Aniston is back on the big screen Friday in the comedy Office Christmas Party. But most critics agree that like most office Christmas parties, the expectation doesn’t match the reality. The most cutting review came from well respected Rolling Stone film reviewer Peter Travers who summed it up thus: ‘Holiday Raunch-Com… Read More

Guitarist Greg Sea, a progrock master who co-launched King Pink and Emerson, Pond and Palmer, has died. He was 69. Director Stewart Young mentioned in a record that Pond died Friday after “a extended and persistent fight with cancer.” Delivered inside the southern English seaside community of Poole in 1947, Pond launched King Red with… Read More

There’s great information for your Toronto Symphony Orchestra in its latest annual survey. The corporation was able to post a surplus for your 2015-16 financial year, which ended June 30, of $831,540, plus it improved both its amount of contributors and amount of people. The TSO declared these facts inside the summertime, ahead of when… Read More

By Iona Kirby For Amy Schumer wants to make one thing very clear – she couldn’t care less about internet trolls. The 35-year-old fired back against body shamers who called her ‘fat’ after it was announced she has landed the lead role in an upcoming movie about Barbie. Amy shared a lengthy post to… Read More

The Grammy Awards are sampling most of Beyonce’s lemonade. The pop legend could be the head of the 2017 Grammys with seven nominations, including offers for record of the year with “Lemonade,” and track and document of the year with “Formation.” The artist, who previously has 20 Grammys, can be the initial musician to make… Read More