TMN Contributing Writer Pasha Malla is the author of four books. He is also the head of TMN’s informal panel of film critics. He lives in Toronto.
For those who knew the wacky shirts were actually a comedian’s armor. For those with an answering machine message that said “Hi dee ho!” For those who’ve ever been lost out there and all alone. Excerpts from the forthcoming Dave Coulier fan fiction anthology.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. And it’s that time of year when we return to a reader’s old but timeless question: How can you tell if a girl loves you or not?
Chad VanGaalen's Infiniheart is a collection of home-recorded songs that was first put out by Calgary-based micro-label Flemish Eye. The album's earned comparisons to everything from the Flaming Lips to...
Summer is drawing to a close. This is good, because it means fall is nearly here, and fall is pretty. But mainly it is bad, because it means pick-your-own-berries season...
You should not hate the player; however, you should hate the game. Pasha Malla infiltrates the centre of underground hip-hop culture that is Toronto, ON, and returns with stories of being skooled and seeing bling. Def!
It’s one thing to be a Westerner with a healthy respect and admiration for Eastern cultures; it’s another to make your son wear a hijab to soccer practice in order to intimidate opponents. Pasha Malla helps us sort through a few case studies in Orientalism.