On July 15 singer Karl Wolf performed in Ottawa as part of the city’s Lebanese Festival, a celebration of Lebanese culture. Straight out of a radio interview and while signing autographs for eager fans, Wolf took the time to answer questions about his Lebanese heritage, his new album and reveal his biggest fear to the Charlatan‘s Victoria Abraham.
The Charlatan (TC): How does your Lebanese culture influence your music?
Summer theatre is in full swing in the capital, with Chicago taking to the stage of the National Arts Centre the last week of June.
With acts of murder, treachery and complete debauchery, it’s no wonder the saucy Broadway hit never misses a beat with its audience.
Comedic filmmaker and “Silent Bob” himself Kevin Smith took the stage for a live podcast in
Brantford, Ont. as part of a charity sporting event earlier this month.
Smith, well known as the screenwriter and director of such films as Clerks, Chasing Amy and the controversial Dogma, assembled a street hockey team that included himself, friends and filmmaking partners to play in a trio of round robin games.