Mordechai Ben-Dat reviews Alan Furst's latest novel, Under Occupation.
Ruth Schweitzer speaks with folk musician Glen Hornblast ahead of his gig at the Winterfolk Blues and Roots Festival later this month.
Toby Saltzman looks at Tapestry Opera’s production of Jacqueline: a portrait of virtuosity, about famed English cellist Jacqueline du Pré.
Michael Fraiman reviews the highly divisive film Uncut Gems.
Heather Solomon looks at the lively production of Merton of the Movies, which is currently playing at the Harold Greenspon Auditorium in Côte St-Luc.
In her latest travel column, Sandy Bornstein explores some of the most notable synagogues in Zurich.
In this special travel column, Melody Wren explores the relaxing sights in the Florida Keys.
Paul Lungen profiles 18-year-old Canadian competitive figure skater Mark Gorodnitsky.
The Manitoulin Panthers, an indigenous hockey team from Manitoulin Island, on Lake Huron, recently hosted the Avenue Road Ducks, a Jewish hockey team from Toronto, as part of the annual Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup.
David Stern, who in three decades as NBA commissioner guided the league from financial distress to become a multi-billion dollar global enterprise, died yesterday. He was 77.
From Chariots of Fire to School Ties... they're slim pickings, but solid flicks.