Shailee writes about how 15 years after its release, all she sees in the film is pacifism and misogyny.
Exploring the connection between objects and nostalgia in the diaspora—does proximity to material objects make you feel more at home?
There was a lot of drama last night. Let’s take a minute to go over some really good things that happened, like Mahershala Ali being the first Muslim ever to win an acting Oscar, and Chrissy Teigen sleeping through Casey Affleck’s speech.
The deaths of a marginalized community are being used to vilify another marginalized community.
We spoke with Toronto artist Nimisha Bhanot.
I’ve always loved interludes and the parts they play in connecting my favourite songs to each other. There’s probably a metaphor for life somewhere in there. This is a collection of some seriously excellent interludes.
We caught up with Toronto artist Babneet Lakhesar, better known as Babbu the Painter, and spoke about culture, identity, and representation.