Jul 31, 2019
When they're needed most, editorial cartoonists are facing an increasingly hostile world where their work is being shelved or putting their jobs at risk.
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Jul 24, 2019
The best Star Trek captain ever is out of retirement and back on the small screen. We’ll break down what we know. Data’s job before he was on the bridge? Worm farmer. We’ll tell you how it landed him in court. Star Wars Fan Michael teaches Alan something salacious about his favourite Borg. And an […]
Jul 16, 2019
It was 50 years ago this week mankind’s greatest achievement was made. But did Neil Armstrong blow his big line? And what music were we listening to in July of 1969 as he stepped onto extra-terrestrial soil for the first time? Plus, an update on our Live on Location show Friday August 23rd in Toronto.
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Jul 10, 2019
The New York Times recently exposed what could be possibly the most devastating cover-up of the music industry in recent history. In 2008, there was a massive fire at Universal Music… and no one knew about it until now. Thousands upon thousands of original masters were obliterated leaving many well-known artists at a...
Jul 3, 2019
iTunes is dead. Long live iTunes.
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