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Netflix is streaming two high profile murder docs, one on Luka Magnotta, the other on Aaron Hernandez

posted Monday, February 3, 2020

by: in Film

There’s some sort of fascination people have with serial killers. From the time that we hear about the possibility of a serial killer on the loose, to the time they are caught, we live both in awe, and in fear. How could someone be so evil, yet so calculated to escape capture for so long? […]

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Killing Joke’s Jaz Coleman releases solo album of transcendental orchestral music

posted Wednesday, January 29, 2020

by: in Uncategorized

As an artist of fierce intellect and purpose,Jaz Coleman is celebrating 40 years as the iconic front-man for 80’s alternative band Killing Joke. Since coming together in 1978, Killing Joke has played a pivotal role in both alternative music and culture; the intensity of the band’s repertoire has long been revered by fans, peers and critics, and this continues to […]

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Andy Warhol exhibition coming to the AGO in Toronto – March 2021

posted Wednesday, January 15, 2020

by: in Art, Celebrity, Events, Featured Events, Toronto

A major exhibition of works by Andy Warhol is coming to the AGO in March 2021. This blockbuster retrospective reconsiders the personal, social and political backdrop that influenced Warhol’s groundbreaking art. A 20th-century icon at the centre of Pop Art, Andy Warhol was born Andrew Warhola in Pittsburgh, PA, in 1928. Shy, gay and from […]

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OVID.TV – VOD streaming service offers diverse, indie selection of docs and film

posted Wednesday, January 8, 2020

by: in Film

With new online streaming services that seem to be popping up quite frequently these days, it’s becoming harder to determine which ones are right for you. Of course, there’s the big players like Netflix, who began the trend a few years back, and continue to give mainstream television a fun for their money, and various […]

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Laurie Anderson invades Toronto for VR experience, lecture, film screening, and performance – Jan 16 to 19, 2019

posted Tuesday, January 7, 2020

by: in Activism, Celebrity, Events, Featured Events, Film, Music, Theatre, Toronto

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents its 14th annual Eva Holtby Lecture on Contemporary Culture on Thursday, January 16, 2020 featuring avant-garde American artist Laurie Anderson. In this rare public talk and performance, Anderson will provide an intimate look at her work through her own words. Best known for her multimedia art presentations and innovative […]

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Gavin and Stacey’s Christmas Special, and other festive offerings, streaming exclusively on Britbox

posted Wednesday, December 25, 2019

by: in Celebrity, Film, Television

Starring James Corden, Ruth Jones, Matthew Horne and Joanna Page It’s been ten years since we last went to Billericay to spend Christmas with the Shipmans and the Wests. This year we’re off to Wales for the festivities, where Bryn’s cooking dinner for over thirteen people. Understandably he’s tense. Pam would secretly prefer to spend […]

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63 UP – the latest installment in the British “Up” documentary series that began in 1964

posted Friday, December 20, 2019

by: in Television

Director Michael Apted first met the subjects of this long running British documentary “Up” series back in 1964 when each of the 14 selected subjects were seven years old. He titled that initial one-off piece, 7 Up, but based on its popularity and accolades, he decided to revisit each of the individuals in subsequent 7-year intervals […]

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Holiday Gift Giving Guide 2019

posted Wednesday, December 18, 2019

by: in Drag, Entertaining, Fashion, Gaming, Queer

The holiday season is here, and time is running out to find that perfect gift for a loved one. Fear not, theBUZZ has compiled a list for everyone nice on your list, and the naughty ones as well! See below for what’s buzzin this year! Drag Queen Brunch – the cookbook fit for a Queen  […]

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Delve back into the musical history of Toronto and Vancouver with these two books

posted Monday, December 16, 2019

by: in Books, Clubs, Toronto, Vancouver

Whether you lived it, or missed it, the nightlife scene in both Toronto and Vancouver has been legendary. From nightclubs and after-hours speakeasy bars, to live music venues and dance emporiums, each city has had an extensive musical history. Now, there are two books that superbly document everything that’s happened over the past several decades […]

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Who’s dreaming of a Black Christmas?- classic remake in theatres Dec 13, 2019

posted Friday, December 13, 2019

by: in Events, Featured Events, Film

  Just in time for the holidays comes a timely take on a cult horror classic as a campus killer comes to face a formidable group of friends in sisterhood. Hawthorne College is quieting down for the holidays. But as Riley Stone (Imogen Poots, Green Room) and her Mu Kappa Epsilon sisters—athlete Marty (Lily Donoghue, The […]

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