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I changed “moth­er­fucker” to “ass­hole,” and “big-tit­ted ass-fuck­ers” to “big-tit­ted ass-bangers.” The point is, that there were still asses get­ting banged. – Com­edy Right Now comic Dave Martin on adapt­ing his act for TV On the big­gest night in the 2,000 years since Christ was born, when big things, crazy things were sup­posed to hap­pen, if I didn’t have artis­tic li­cence to do what­ever I wanted, why should I even be an artist? – fid­dle freak Ash­ley MacIs­sac de­fends his racist rant at a Hal­i­fax New Year’s Eve rave To say that I DJed at a party where some 15-yearold kid OD’d is not very cool to brag about, you know? – DJ Halo helps the rave scene grow up If we can’t find a few square feet to help peo­ple get out of the cold, then I think it’s a state­ment of fail­ure for our city. – Coun­cil­lor Jack Lay­ton on find­ing some space by the lake for squat­ters Forces of evil that rep­re­sent a form of or­ga­nized an­ar­chy and vi­o­lence that can only be de­scribed as un­prece­dented do­mes­tic ter­ror­ism. – Toronto top cop Ju­lian Fantino de­scrib­ing anti-glob­al­iza­tion pro­tes­tors I just see my­self in a pot of boil­ing wa­ter with all th­ese na­tives danc­ing around me. – Mayor Mel Last­man be­fore trav­el­ling to Kenya

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