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Tuesday, October 23, 2018: Jeff Goldblum, Tanya Taylor, Jason Moran and more

Today on q: actor and musician Jeff Goldblum, fashion designer Tanya Taylor, theatre critic Carly Maga, musician Jason Moran.

Jeff Goldblum on the importance of pursuing your dreams at any moment

Long before his adventures with dinosaurs, Goldblum started out as a jazz pianist.

Canadian fashion designer Tanya Taylor on why her brand is all about being inclusive

Why it's important to connect with and celebrate women who don't feel included in the world of fashion.

A new play transports audiences from Barrie to England — literally

The Curious Voyage is an immersive three-day theatre event that flies its audience between cities, from the streets of Barrie, Ont., to London, England.

Jason Moran on his need to push boundaries in his music and art

Moran has blended jazz with stand-up comedy, live painters, dance shows and even skateboarding.

Monday, October 22, 2018: Hilary Swank, Shad, and more

Today on q: actor Hilary Swank, the q Screen Panel, the origin story of auto-tune, Shad performs and talks new album.

Hilary Swank on her new film What They Had and who should get to play transgender roles

Hilary Swank looks back on her career, starting with Boys Don't Cry, and talks about her new film.

Shad returns to q with A Short Story About a War

Shad performs and talks new album

How Andy Hildebrand changed the music industry with Auto-Tune

The inventor of Auto-Tune discusses the impact of his creation

How do you revolutionize horror in 2018?

Every Monday the q Screen Panel convenes to look at big stories happening in the film and television worlds.

Friday, October 19, 2018: Arkells, DJ Black Cat, Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut, and more

Today on q: Performance and interview with Arkells, DJ Black Cat on the Toronto ballroom community, actors Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut, and more.

'It's a matter of survival': Arkells on why even in the face of cynicism, they remain optimistic

Canadian band Arkells perform and talk about their new album Rally Cry.

Female artists continue to earn considerably less than male colleagues: report

In all sectors but dance, a "pervasive gender-based income gap" exists, according to the Ontario Arts Council.

How will cannabis legalization in Canada affect touring musicians?

Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Lisa Christiansen of the q This music panel convene to talk about turning music into experiences and what cannabis legalization means for touring musicians.

DJ Blackcat drops a musical gateway to Toronto's ballroom scene

In the q gateway, DJ Blackcat gives us his guide to the music of Toronto's ballroom scene.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Meet the actors in the video game

Assassin's Creed actors Michael Antonakos and Melissanthi Mahut talk about what it's like to perform as a character in a video game.

Thursday, October 18, 2018: Chilly Gonzales, Lisa Gabriele and more

Today on q: Chilly Gonzales performs and talks new record, Wu-Tang origin story, novelist Lisa Gabriele and more.

'I'm interested in what gives me goosebumps': Chilly Gonzales breaks down why the piano affects listeners

Chilly Gonzales dropped by the q studio to perform and talk about his new record Solo Piano III.

Rapper U-God presents a q origin story of Wu-Tang Clan

Lamont 'U-God' Hawkins takes us through the history of the legendary rap group Wu-Tang Clan in this edition of the q origin story.

Lisa Gabriele on why she added a modern twist to a classic gothic novel with The Winters

Lisa Gabriele dropped by the q studio to talk about her new novel The Winters.

50 percent of new guitarists are women: new Fender study

Guitar has long been associated mostly with male rockers, but a new study shows that times have changed.

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.