Nick Nurse is having a hell of a spring. Less than two weeks after leading the Toronto Raptors to their first championship, the rookie NBA coach was chosen to lead Team Canada to what will hopefully be their first Olympic...
Another week of glorious live music is on the horizon. You’ll find everything from classic rockers to indie pop singers, reunion tours, and even some prog rock thrown in for good measure. Just pick your genre and we bet you’ll be able to catch it in Toronto this week
Another great week on the Toronto music scene kicks off tomorrow night at Massey Hall with some old-school CanCon. Follow that to Fucked Up, Black Lips, Dandy Warhols, Lily Allen, and more. If you haven’t been to a show since September started, this is the week to get out and do it. Mosh pit included
Today's Notable Young Professional is musician Bruno Bin, whose American blues-rock sound influenced by his Brazilian roots are generating major buzz in Toronto and beyond. You'll get a chance to experience exactly what makes his sound so special as his debut full-length releases today
Let’s face it: Many YPs are music snobs. Bonnaroo, Outside Lands and Osheaga are standard stops on our summer itineraries, and for this reason many of us have become pretty spoiled when it comes to seeing legendary line-ups. That said, Tuesday night was a pretty awesome reminder that bands still exist that are worth getting excited about
Electronic masterminds Cut Copy were in town last week to tour their latest album, "Free Your Mind," which was released last fall. This Aussie group is synonymous with cool club classics like "Lights & Music", "Need You Now" and "Hearts On Fire"