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Wednesday, October 17, 2018: Troye Sivan, Margo Price and more

Today on q: Troye Sivan on his new record, a panel on cannabis legalization, Mike Grant of Musical Youth on Pass the Dutchie, Margo Price and more

'Everything and nothing at the same time': Troye Sivan on fame, sexuality and pushing pop forward

Troye Sivan dropped by the q studio to talk about his new album Bloom.

Watch the Tragically Hip join Choir! Choir! Choir! for a touching rendition of Grace, Too

To mark the anniversary of Gord Downie’s death, a few hundred people gathered with the Tragically Hips Rob Baker and Johnny Fay.

Will cannabis legalization finally give stoner culture a much-needed makeover?

On the day that Canada legalizes recreational cannabis, a q panel convenes to reflect on the weed culture of past, and predictions for its post-legalization future.
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World-famous couture designer Guo Pei brings exquisite creations to Canada for the first time

Guo created Rihanna’s stunning 2015 Met Gala gown, and was named one of Time’s most influential people.

Musical Youth's Mike Grant shares how the song Pass the Dutchie changed his life

In this q Oral History, Musical Youth's keyboard player Mike Grant shares the history of Pass the Dutchie, and explains how the song isn't actually about drugs at all.

16 of the most classic stoner scenes in film history

From Fast Times and Ridgemont High to Dazed and Confused, these scenes took it to a higher level.

Margo Price on songwriting and the failure of the American Dream

Acclaimed country music singer Margo Price performs a few songs off her record All American Made and talks about what it's like to be called the next great Nashville star.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018: Rupert Everett, Issa Rae, Dan Mangan and more

Today on q: actor Rupert Everett, actor Issa Rae, musician Dan Mangan and more

'Dying to yourself is really one of the great possibilities': Rupert Everett on starting over in film

Rupert Everett talks about his new film and lifelong relationship with Oscar Wilde

Issa Rae says we need the 'young black female perspective' now more than ever

Insecure's Issa Rae discusses her new film The Hate U Give, which centres around a 16-year-old black girl and the issues she grapples with after witnessing her best friend being shot by a police officer.

Dan Mangan on how fatherhood changed the way he recorded his new album, More or Less

Vancouver musician Dan Mangan dropped by the q studio for a live performance and to talk about his new record More or Less.

Jessica Hopper's musical tribute to Chicago

In this edition of the q Block Party, Jessica takes us on a musical journey through the Chicago of her youth.

Monday, October 15, 2018: Djanet Sears, Motion, F--ked Up

Playwright and director Djanet Sears; poet and emcee Motion; and F--ked Up

Playwright Djanet Sears on why Harlem Duet, her Othello prequel, is unfortunately still relevant

Award-winning Canadian playwright Djanet Sears remounts her 1997 play, Harlem Duet, a prequel to Shakespeare's Othello.

Hardcore legends F--ked Up move from the pit to the rock opera on Dose Your Dreams

How letting one member of the band take the reins has opened hundreds of creative doors.

Poet, emcee and playwright Motion on her new play Oraltorio: A Theatrical Mixtape and her own coming of age

Motion takes us on a musical and spoken word journey through her coming of age in Oraltorio: A Theatrical Mixtape.

Why is Stephen King one of the most adapted authors of all time?

Every Monday the q Screen Panel convenes to look at big stories happening in the film and television worlds. This week they'll talk about a new film called First Man, how long can Hollywood keep mining space, and Stephen King.

Friday, October 12, 2018: Yazz Ahmed, Dalmar Abuzeid and remembering Lou Reed

Friday, October 12, 2018: Yazz Ahmed, Dalmar Abuzeid and remembering Lou Reed

Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift: can pop stars influence politics?

Our q This panel look at the diverging career paths of Taylor Swift and Kanye West.

'We never saw them. We're seeing them now': Dalmar Abuzeid on being Avonlea's first Black resident

"You want to be historically accurate? This is being historically accurate."

A guide to the music of Lou Reed

Lou Reed,the legendary founder and frontman of the Velvet Underground, died five years ago this month.

Ahead of her Canadian debut, Yazz Ahmed on blending jazz and Arabic music

Yazz Ahmed has been called the "High priestess of psychedelic Arabic jazz."

Why Leon Bridges found a new sound for his latest record

​Leon Bridges breaks away from the retro label that he's been boxed into, on his new album.

Chef Matty Matheson's new cook book shows his fans a different side

Matty Matheson shares the stories behind some of his favourite recipes from his new cookbook.