When you’ve been in the blues trenches as long as Jack De Keyzer, you’re bound to run into a few of your heroes.
Artpark is attempting to bring back one of the most famous chapters in its history. Certainly one of the largest.
Students peer review Ridley Colllege's stage production of Shakespeare's The Tempest.
If there is one term that makes a new wave musician squirm, even more than being referred to as a new wave musician, it’s quirky.
When you’ve toured as much as Peter Harper, bad days are inevitable. But just try getting him to complain.
Nearly three months after the passing of its founder Bill Marshall, the Niagara Integrated Film Festival has been cancelled for this year.
Old and new students will join conductor Harris Loewen on stage when he wraps up a 30- year career with the Brock University Choirs April 1.
April Mullen is getting used to the wild mood swings. No sooner did she open her thoughtful lesbian romance Below Her Mouth last month than she’s prepping for Saturday’s Canadian premiere of her gritty street gang drama Badsville.
It’s the last hurrah for this year’s Visual Arts honors students at Brock University.