Another night, another sold out show in New York. But this time Alt-J marked the end of a season as the last 2013 show on Central Park's Summerstage.
The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus hosted Canon's three city gallery show, dubbed "City Senses", in New York.
The designer behind Boy Meets Girl collaborated with the Just Dance video game series for a Fashion Week show, plus Austin Mahone performed.
DeLong creates loose and unfettered electronic music aimed at getting your body moving and, more importantly, he has fun while doing it.
A North Mississippi Allstars performance will satisfy your appetite for blues guitar and then some.
In our final review from TIFF 2013, PopMatters joins the chorus of praise for Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave.
AlunaGeorge may be relatively new, but their debut New York performance confidently brought life to their debut Body Music.
Two films about teenage sexuality yielding contrasting results: Bruce LaBruce's Gerontophilia is a hilarious and heartbreaking portrait of a teenager's passion for an octogenarian, while François Ozon's Young & Beautiful is a chic yet tacky take on a teenage girl's decision to prostitute herself.
One of the best things about New York City is its annual SummerStage series.
At TIFF, Alex Ramon enjoys the deluxe casting in John Wells's film of August: Osage County, especially Meryl Streep's scenery chewin' turn, but finds the material to be too much of a calculated dysfunction-fest.