Western professor Steven Bruhm provided Wordfest perspective on the classic tale.
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The annual Forest City Film Festival, showcasing local and international films, opens this w…
There’s nothing better than kicking back after a long day, sparking up a couple tokes of the…
Both seasoned fans and fresh readers are now more emotionally invested in the characters of many beloved comic and animé universes, which manifested itself at London’s Forest City ComiCon.
The fifth annual London Comic Con is probably the only convention in the city where you can catch Captain America causally strutting his shield, Loonette the Clown from Big Comfy Couch signing autographs and a cosplay dance party, immersing locals into the city’s annual ode to pop culture.
Typical spy and assassin cat-and-mouse chase plots with male leads are so last
season. This refreshing plot and cast redefines what hit television can become.
You've lived your entire life with the Canadian flag, yet its origin is unknown to most. Design Canada documents how design has shaped the nation's identity.
The creator of Lost at Sea, Seconds, and the cult-classic Scott Pilgrim series discusses everything from his time at Western University to transition between living in London, Ont. and LA.
The need for black representation on TV goes beyond needing to see black characters on screen. While it is important to tell the stories of minority groups on screen, it is just as important to ensure that the right people are telling such stories. Black representation is also needed behind …