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Pulled from the Pages: Beyond Walls by Peter Jobin

It’s trite but true: fact can be stranger (and more entertaining) than fiction. In Peter Jobin’s Beyond Walls, we begin to get a sense that the history of Toronto’s long-running alternative theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, couldn’t have been more compelling … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Families, Spreading the (Book) Love, and Other News for December at PQL

Every year on Christmas Day, in that awkward lull that falls somewhere between churchgoing, present opening, and the preparation and consumption of massive quantities of food, my family watches National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989). At this point, the film is … Continue reading

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