Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
DeAnne Smith will be your dancing monkey
Comedian talks about the trouble with telling it to her balls
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The cost of queer progress for the entire LGBT community
Tim McCaskell’s new book shines light on the communities left behind following historical queer movements
Queer picks for Vancouver International Film Festival 2016
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This year’s lineup tells queer stories from around the globe
Vivek Shraya wants to talk about whiteness
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Author investigates the politics and emotions of a world driven by skin colour
Why Hosanna is taking the Toronto stage again
The importance of reviving queer theatre classics
Out in Toronto: Sept 22-28, 2016
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Out in Vancouver Sept 22-27, 2016
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Who said short films sucked?
Regina’s Queer City Cinema is dispelling myths about short form
The best Blind Date you've ever had
Who knows what we can expect at this new, queer version of Rebecca Northan’s play?
Out in Toronto: Sept 15-21, 2016
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Sabrina Jalees is ready to talk Trump with Toronto
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Comedian returns to perform for a hometown crowd at JFL42
Out in Vancouver: Sept 15-20, 2016
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Has history helped or hindered today’s queer rights?
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Tim McCaskell’s new book explains how past political, social and economical structures impact Canada’s LGBT communities
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Seven out comedians making Toronto laugh out loud
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JFL42 is back with some big LGBT talent
Teenage playwright tells non-binary tales in Person in the Woods
Isaac McAndless-Davis’ new play is based on true young queer stories
Out in Toronto: Sept 8-14, 2016
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Out in Vancouver: Sept 8-14, 2016
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Queer films to check out at TIFF 2016
This year offers a range of LGBT picks to make you laugh, cry and everything in between
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You only live twice
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Co-authored memoir speaks to life as a trans person and a brush with death from AIDS
Morgan Brayton: on stage and vulnerable at the Fringe
Brayton’s new show Give It Up looks at her love-hate relationship with film and TV
Queer Calgary is changing and growing
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Calgary isn’t the cowtown you remember it to be
Out in Toronto: Sept 1-7, 2016
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