An Interview with Sum 41

This past July, the Canadian rock ‘n’ roll band Sum 41 released their seventh album, Order in Decline.

Fearless Begonia

“With this record, I just want to share that healing and help others to find their own feeling.”

DJD’S Juliet And Romeo: A Daring, Decidedly Jazz Dance

Calgary-based dance company Decidedly Jazz Danceworks will bring their adapted version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, to the stage at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre this November.

Be[e]ing & Seeing: Compounding Visions

Charmaine Lurch’s exhibition Compounding Vision at the Riverbrink Art Museum offers visual metaphors for how we understand – or ignore – history.

Diverse Transformations

The latest iteration of the annual St. Catharines Juried Exhibition is both a visually evocative and conceptually engaging exploration of the theme of Transformations.

Good & Fast, Loud & Proud: The Jordan Rutledge Tribute Album

In August of 2018, 11 acts, two producers and a few assistants set to work on a recording project that would become a tribute to a fallen friend.

Everybody Knows, Everybody Blows

As Canadians get ready for what is yet another first-past-the-post election, we find ourselves again playing the odds.

Sheldon Rooney: a carnival of colour and motion

Sheldon Rooney is a prolific artist who works in a varity of media, and in this artist feature, he offers a preview of his upcoming exhibition at NAC.

Thompson’s we know more now: experience rendered in mark-making

Bruce Thompson is presenting a new body of work, all about experience and memory in mark making, at Rise Above Restaurant in downtown St. Catharines.

An Interview with Joel Plaskett

Joel Plaskett and the Emergency headline Cicada Music & Arts Festival on October 5