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Brad Wheeler

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Brad Wheeler is an arts reporter with The Globe and Mail.

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Film Review
Review: Show Dogs is a semi-adorable family comedy with a good message for the kids
Photographer Thelma Pepper hopes her work offers insight into Saskatchewan’s diversity
Why writers like Linwood Barclay are adapting their work for the small screen
Linwood Barclay
Historical-fantasy novelist Guy Gavriel Kay on the slow process of editing his work
Film Review
Review: Melissa McCarthy wastes her talents with Life of the Party
Applause, please
Journalists Randy Ray and Mark Kearney preserve stories of forgotten Canadian musical acts
Civic Theatres’ first season looks to represent a diverse Toronto
Between the Acts: Joel Thomas Hynes on the agony and ease of songwriting
Hottest tickets in Canada: Five things to do across the country
Exclusive
The Art of Banksy exhibit to make North American debut in Toronto
Robert Hilburn on writing Paul Simon’s biography and what’s missing from music today
Book Review
Review: Ryan H. Walsh’s Astral Weeks delves into hidden chapter of 1968
Alicia Elliott wins RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Award
How musician Ben Caplan found the ‘way in’ to the songs and concept of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story
Film Review
Review: Bad Samaritan is a solid, popcorn-worthy thriller
Music
Review: Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer is a confident, inspirational coming-out party
Applause
Danielle LeBlanc brings musical blast from the past to nursing-home residents
Hottest tickets in Canada: Five things to do across the country
Between the Acts: Singer Nana Mouskouri on lessons learned and the masters who taught her
Theatre Review
Review: Prairie Nurse is a mix of culture-clashing chaos and offbeat Canadiana