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With Orchid Tapes' reissue of 2004’s You’re Worth More to Me Than 1000 Christians, Owen Pallett provides a primer on Les Mouches, even though he thinks you won't need it.
Watch George Clarke, vocalist of Deafheaven, reveal his teenage internet handle and review the film Interstellar.
We get out our grading pens for a slate of comedians at Toronto's most complicated comedy festival.
Joe Mande tells us why his grandparents hate him and gives some valuable advice for people who have pets.
2015 was the summer Toronto's festival season exploded. Before you commit to next year, we ranked as many as we could.
Flight of the Conchords' Rhys Darby imitates a sprinkler, tells us the things he hates, and shares the prime number of cats.
The more I think about it, the less I'm able to separate the band's name from their album.
The three former hosts of the '90s Canadian kids show appear as a fictional band on the new CBC web series The Plateaus. We used it as an opportunity to reminisce.
JFL42 Review: Chris Gethard makes mental illness a laughing matter… and rightly so
LINER NOTES: The circle closes for Owen Pallett’s early-’00s band Les Mouches
JFL42 Review: The white privilege comedy of John Hodgman