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Freshly bronzed 'Dude' finally returns to Vancouver's Dude Chilling Park
After two years away, the legendary figure has returned to his rightful place in a central Vancouver park, but he’s changed.
Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019: Terry Fallis, Todd McFarlane and more
Today on q: novelist Terry Fallis, comic book artist Todd McFarlane, actor Ellen Wong.
'I still have the bag of rejection letters': Todd McFarlane looks back on his own comic book origin story
Every great comic book hero needs an origin story. Todd McFarlane doesn't wear a cape or fight crime, but he is an undisputed giant in the world of comic books.
'Visibility is important': Why Ellen Wong is hopeful about Asian representation in film and TV
Canadian actor Wong has been named a Rising Star at 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Terry Fallis explores a universal dilemma in his brand-new novel, Albatross
Canadian author Terry Fallis sits down with guest host Ali Hassan live in the q studio to talk about his latest (and seventh) novel, Albatross.
Monday, Aug. 19, 2019: Gurinder Chadha, Aminder Dhaliwal and more
Today on q: filmmaker Gurinder Chadha, q screen panel with John Semley and Tina Hassannia, rapper Denzel Curry, Canadian comic artist Aminder Dhaliwal.
Gurinder Chadha on the story behind Blinded by the Light and getting Bruce Springsteen's blessing
Chadha's latest film, Blinded by the Light, is the true story of how a British-Pakistani teenager found solace, inspiration and a kindred spirit in Bruce Springsteen.
TV roundup: What to watch — and what to skip — in August
The q screen panel tells us what television shows are worth watching in August.
Denzel Curry looks back on the Florida artists and music that inspired his sound
Rapper Denzel Curry takes us on a guided tour of his neighbourhood in Miami, using music as his co-guide.
Woman World: How Aminder Dhaliwal's hit web comic helped her find her voice
When Canadian cartoonist Aminder Dhaliwal created an online comic, just for the fun of it, she never expected it to turn into a professional venture. Now, she has a huge following and a graphic novel deal.
Friday, Aug. 16, 2019: Andy Zax, Narada Michael Walden and more
Today on q: producer and Woodstock archivist Andy Zax, q This with Lisa Christiansen and Stuart Berman, Sesame Street music director Bill Sherman, Grammy award-winning producer Narada Michael Walden.
Producer Andy Zax gives us a way to relive the original Woodstock with a 38-disc box set
For the last 14 years, producer Andy Zax has been working on the definitive, most complete document of what Woodstock was really like.
Christina Aguilera's 20-year career: How the former pop princess has continued to stand out from her peers
The q This music panel takes a look at the 20th anniversary of Christina Aguilera's pop debut and the recent surge of popularity for metal band Tool.
What makes a great Sesame Street song? Bill Sherman gives us a lesson
Bill Sherman is the man behind the music on Sesame Street. He tells us what goes into making a great Sesame Street song and why composers should never dumb it down for kids.
Narada Michael Walden on his hitmaking career with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey
The Grammy award-winning producer reveals the one thing these divas all had in common that made them masters of their craft.
Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019: Elaine Welteroth, Tanika Charles and more
Today on q: makeup artist Hung Vanngo, soul and R&B singer Tanika Charles, Vince Wilburn Jr. and Erin Davis on Miles Davis, editor, journalist and author Elaine Welteroth.
Adorable photo of dogs attending a Stratford performance takes off online
A group of service dogs in training took in a performance of Billy Elliot, and charmed the audience and staff
Elaine Welteroth on changing Teen Vogue, breaking glass ceilings and how to claim space for yourself
When Elaine Welteroth was 29 years old, she became the editor of Teen Vogue. That made her the youngest person ever — and only the second black person ever — to hold the title in the history of Condé Nast.
q's Thursday Headliner: Tanika Charles
Soul and R&B singer Tanika Charles drops by the q studio with her band to perform a few new songs from her latest album, The Gumption.
A different side of Miles Davis: Vince Wilburn Jr. and Erin Davis share their memories of the jazz legend
Two people who knew Davis well — his nephew, Vince Wilburn Jr., and his son, Erin Davis — share some memories of their time with the late great jazz legend, at home and on tour.
Stanley Nelson on his new Miles Davis doc and the jazz musician's complicated legacy
Miles Davis was an incredible musician, but he also had his demons. A new documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Stanley Nelson takes a close look at all of this.
One makeup artist's journey from refugee camp to Oscars red carpet
Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo will spend this month flying back and forth to Los Angeles — but that trip is nothing compared to the one that brought him to Canada.
Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019: Shepard Fairey, Sugar Sammy and more
Today on q: American street artist Shepard Fairey, q online columnist Elamin Abdelmahmoud, author Gabrielle Moss, comedian Sugar Sammy.
Shepard Fairey, artist behind Obama 'Hope' poster, unveils largest mural yet in Vancouver
Shepard Fairey has unveiled one of his largest murals yet this month in Vancouver. It's called Earth Justice.
Woodstock at 50: fascinating facts about the weekend that defined a generation
Where was it held? (Hint: not in Woodstock) Who almost got electrocuted? And why did so few people see Hendrix? On the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, we gather the facts.