September 23, 2021

 
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Top Stories - Arts & Entertainment
September 23rd
Students at Ryerson University will now be able to take a course that delves into two of Toronto's most influential recording artists: Drake and The Weeknd.
September 23rd
Melvin Van Peebles, the groundbreaking filmmaker, playwright and musician whose work ushered in the "blaxploitation" wave of the 1970s and influenced filmmakers long after, has died. He was 89.
September 23rd
The Canadian supermodel will sue Zeltiq Aesthetics, the parent company behind the CoolSculpting procedure that she says left her permanently deformed.
September 23rd
The 2021 Polaris Music Prize winner celebration will take place on Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT). Find out who takes home the grand prize on Sept. 27.
September 23rd
Vancouver-based clothing brand Lululemon has struck a deal to be the exclusive Olympics outfitter of Team Canada for the next four Games.
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September 23rd
Twenty-five years after Smart went missing, a prime suspect is charged with murder
September 23rd
The godfather of footwork on how he turned Phil Collins and Snoop Dogg samples into transcendent, quick-paced dance tracks.
September 23rd
The singer is one of a new crop of Cambodian artists fusing new beats with sounds from the country’s golden age of pop
September 23rd
Two legendary New York DJ-producers joined forces to craft this ruthlessly danceable single
September 23rd
As prosecutor touts "possible settlement discussions" with the rapper accused of shooting Megan Thee Stallion, he sets a new release, Alone at Home, for December
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September 23rd
In “The Sleeping Beauties,” Suzanne O’Sullivan examines those poorly understood conditions that fall at the tangled intersection of body and mind, like mysterious outbreaks of mass illness.
September 22nd
Amia Srinivasan’s brilliant essays urge us to think more fully about sex, as a personal experience with social implications.
September 21st
In a revealing new biography, “The Contrarian,” the journalist Max Chafkin charts Thiel’s ascendancy in Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., as a driven man drawn to far-right causes and beliefs.
September 21st
Slaughter’s “Renewal” looks at how a personal transformation can lead to broader social change.
September 21st
Joseph J. Ellis’s “The Cause” and Gordon S. Wood’s “Power and Liberty” argue that the Constitution was a necessary compromise.
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September 22nd
The 8xLP box set gathers the ’60s and ’70s studio recordings of a singer-songwriter whose melodically intricate work had a profound impact on Joni Mitchell, Elton John, and Steely Dan.
July 17th
These 1981 devotional recordings for voice and Wurlitzer, meant to guide meditation through chanting, offer an alternate version of the cosmic jazz visionary’s synthesizer masterpiece, Turiya Sings.
June 12th
The fearless work of the late avant-garde pianist is celebrated with a momentous new anthology, showcasing his immense talent and passion.
May 15th
A four-disc set looks back on the brief, fertile period in which the British band twisted conventional rock instrumentation into increasingly arcane shapes. They still inhabit a class of their own.
April 26th
On their debut, Spiritualized seemed to emerge from the ether perfectly realized, creating rock music that was serene, spaced-out, and untroubled.