Kei Baritugo

JUNO Block Party at the Metro Square featuring City and Colour, Hannah Georgas, and Shad

Free, all-ages party for music fans in Toronto at the Metro Square tonight features Vancouverite.

JUNO Photography exhibit features never-before-seen photos of Canadian music legends

The JUNO Awards 40th Anniversary Photography Exhibition at the First Canadian Place Gallery is showcasing a retrospective of Canadian music and the JUNO Awards until March 25. The exhibit includes...

Leonard Cohen, Rush, Neil Young, Anvil in film

Another exciting part of the JUNOS 40th anniversary celebrations is the JUNO-themed programming at the TIFF Bell Lightbox from March 20 - 26. TIFF is proud to host a week of Canadian music films...

JUNO Awards launches JUNO Hoops

JUNO winners, nominees, and music personalities compete for inaugural JUNO Hoops Trophy at Ryerson University as part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations.

Juno Tour of Canadian Art pairs musicians with art

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) have an innovative project pairing Canadian art with Canadian music: The JUNO Tour of Canadian Art.

Agokwe tells a powerful tale about gay love on the rez

The Vancouver premiere of the one-performer play promises to wow critics and audiences alike.

Sad Mag goes live at The Cultch on October 9

Sad Mag, the quarterly Vancouver arts and culture magazine founded to showcase the work of local writers and artists, will be celebrating its first anniversary at The Cultch with Sad Mag Live.

The Debt premier and the Good Neighbours after-party at the ET Canada Festival Lounge

Director John Madden introducing his film, The Debt, at the Roy Thompson Hall.

TIFF Industry Parties: Movers and shakers

After attending the screening of You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, I went to check out the Manitoba Film & Music and On Screen Manitoba party at The Drake. Last year, Jessica Alba was in...