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Drawing Out the Demons: TNC’s Monster

  • Culture

I can’t honestly say that Tuesday Night Cafe Theatre’s production of Daniel MacIvor and Daniel Brooks’ Monster is the most enjoyable show I’ve seen in my three-and-a-bit years at McGill, but it may just be the most daring. Some of the risks it takes pay off; others don’t. Nevertheless, it’s an ambitious and more than […]

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Soul[less] Food: Putting the Life Back in Livestock

  • Food

Look in your refrigerator, look on your shelves, peer into the cupboards and what do you see? If it is anything like my own, you will see a wide array of packaged goods: chips, cookies, crackers, bottles, cans galore, foods which traveled immense distances and covered vast bounties of land; if one were to attempt […]

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Crémerie Meu Meu

  • Food

As ready as I am for autumn, I still find myself lamenting the relatively premature demise of summer this year and making futile attempts to prolong it by upping my frozen dessert consumption. Having exhausted the ubiquitous DIY frozen yogurt shops littered about the city, I like venturing out to that Plateau stretch of St-Denis […]

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Life on the Main

  • Opinion

A year ago I moved from the Upper Plateau to a Saint Laurent apartment located a mere stumble away from night club La Muzique. In the weekends since, I’ve let the club’s relentless bass rock me to sleep as I grew more disillusioned with the nightclub scene of the Lower Plateau. In my first year […]

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A Day Tour of Edible Toronto

  • Culture

I like to escape from Montreal from time to time, be it when I need a little breather or the winter is making us all a little too depressing. So whenever I have an episode of “JUST GET ME OUT OF HERE”, I crave Toronto. My fellow McGillians are often puzzled by why I always go […]

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This is All Yours

  • Culture
  • Features
  • Music

  The intricately crafted songs and wry self-awareness on alt-J’s first album, An Awesome Wave, really made me think that they knew what they were doing. I was sure that this would carry on into their highly anticipated second album, This is All Yours. Keeping my expectations high was “Every Other Freckle,” the first song […]

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