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Every Brilliant Thing at Brighton Festival

You’re six years old. Mum’s in hospital. Dad says she’s ‘done something stupid’. She finds it hard to be happy. So you start to make a list of everything that’s brilliant about the world, everything worth living for:

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A new play about depression and the lengths we will go to for those we love. Every Brilliant Thing returns to the UK hot from a 16 week run off Broadway.

Roundabout at Regency Square

Paines Plough is the national theatre of new plays. Its Roundabout auditorium is a beautiful pop up, in the round theatre which pitches up in Regency Square for the duration of Brighton Festival 2015. A self contained 168
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Our Teacher’s A Troll, and The Initiate are performed ‘in
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While inappropriately named for the chilly fog San Francisco calls weather, experimental pop duo Tanlines got the icicle audience to dance with their poppy energy and dynamic beats: "We prepared a sunny set and a cloudy set we haven’t decided which one we’re going to play yet."

The most interesting part of Tanline’s set was the hybrid rhythm that combined the precision of drum machines with the freedom of an actual drum set. Coupled with atmospheric guitar and crooning vocals, the music was upbeat but laid back.

When Fitz The Tantrums got up, everyone got down quite literally when frontman Michael Fitzpatrick commanded the audience to "get down" or else he would call out specific people, which he did ("you with the tie dyed shirt, sunglasses and fro get low").

Even without the usually standard guitar, Fitz The Tantrums demanded audience participation and got it, thanks to Noelle Scagg’s ceaseless energy and tambourine shaking like it was just an extra limb.

While not as big as
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With leather jacket, Ray Bans and fuzzy guitar solos, Beck gave a straight forward rock set. Though the musician has been known for meddling with pedals, he limited his effects to mainly distortion. Beck nourished the audience with parts of Bob Dylan’s "Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat" and Neil Young’s "After the Goldrush" (no doubt a tribute to the man who stood in Beck’s place later that night), before everyone sang the "nahs" of "E Pro" like a one syllable anthem.

Though Beck was more focused on his guitar playing than remembering lyrics, he smiled and moved on, dedicating "Lost Cause" to recently deceased Beastie Boys member Adam Yauch (aka MCA). Beck recalled the last time he played Golden Gate Park at the 1990s Tibetan Freedom concerts: "The first time I played this field was because of him."

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl walked on stage playing guitar with one hand and finishing his drink with the other. As he released his spring loaded guitar strums into full on noise, Grohl’s growls reared into roars. The crowd went wild even security guards
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Backed by the Cheshire white smile of drummer Taylor Hawkins, Dave Grohl built up so much energy that he catapulted himself down the aisle of the crowds during "My Hero." Fans sang along as he flew by with his guitar: "There goes my hero / Watch him as he goes."

Neil Young and Crazy Horse closed Day 1 by proving he was not too old to still make noise. After launching into "Walk Like a Giant," that’s precisely what the band did, slowly stomping on stage and hunching over amps to create more formless yet engaging feedback noise 20 minutes of it, to be exact.

After the ear recalibrating distortion cleared out the weak of heart, Neil Young shot into his obligatory hits like "Cinnamon Girl" and "The Needle and the Damage Done." Then he ventured into
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As sleepy eyed wanders braved the festival security lines for round 2, Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons kept them company with sweet Americana. Filling up the valley they played with apt songs about lying on the lawn and unforeseen love, Cory Chisel brought a small town feel to the big city.

Yellow Ostrich played an energetic festival set with bursts of songs rather than the more architectural arrangements they’re known for, proving that like the San Francisco sun they could be both light and dark. They let their true experimental colors shine on "Marathon Runner," playing noise dedicated to and reminiscent of Neil Young.

Father John Misty emerged from the bushes to perform songs like "Only Son of the Ladiesman" with the voice of My Morning Jacket’s Jim James and the dance moves of a white James Brown. Playing soft focus rock with a touch of southern twang, the music tasted like a lighter Rolling Stones, with melodic vocals and a hard rock edge.

Next, Alabama Shakes brought out the gravellier side of soul with frontwoman Brittany Howard channeling Janis Joplin as a Staples Sister. Thousands of fans stayed tucked in the valley even after the band played The Single ("Hold On") toward the beginning of the set; the kids still crave the blues and know how to dance to rock ‘n’ roll.

A change was marked when The Kills entered the main stage with the addition of not one but four synchronized and matching drummers. Allison Moss Heart even changed her dark Dead Weather hair to bubblegum blond, but kept her signature sensual prowl. And even after her lioness intensity was broken when the mic fell out of her hand, she just smiled and kept on stealing boys’ hearts and girls’ boyfriends.

Like a tamer little sister, Norah Jones rivaled Allison Moss Heart on the other end of the festival, playing her soulful jazz back catalogue. She also let loose her bouncier R Danger Mouse songs with the producer watching like a fatherly figure from backstage.

Then it was back to basics with guitars and the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, who helped her cover the Dead’s "It Must Have Been the Roses." Even men in Metallica shirts stayed for "Come Away with Me," with the metal legends about to go on the main stage.

Metallica was everything you expect Metallica to be: giant flames, James Hetfield shredding in front of a large video screen of himselfand a fireworks show. Like the metal heads at Norah Jones, there were hippies head banging to "Master of Puppets" in another surprising genre crossover of fans.

Sigur Rs provided the perfect juxtaposition to Metallica with their ethereal ambience just across the park literally and physically on opposite end of festival. While the metal fire show invaded some of the Icelandic band’s songs, Sigur Ros captivated completely in the silence that was eventually granted them with classical diligence and aesthetic projections.

Beer Lands. Wine Lands. Chocolate Lands. Outside Lambs? Outside Lands milked its name for all its worth with no complaints from the hordes of people wandering the wooded foodie Disneyland like kids in a candy store (who, if they were lucky, caught Jack White’s secret show).

On the main stage, Fun. proved that they weren’t just pop dolls, but real musicians who could actually play their instruments well though poignantly more people cheered for their cover of The Rolling Stones "You Can’t Always Get What You Want" than the old hit everyone was waiting for and dreading, "We Are Young."

Franz Ferdinand still had the same energy and crowd draw even eight years after "Take Me Out" came out. With a giant Scottish flag waving in the audience, all four members finished their dance rock set drumming together on one drum set.

Jack White continued the vibe of his earlier secret show with a very personal set on the main stage, playing boisterous deep cuts to the city that first broke The White Stripes on mainstream radio. From a savage "Seven Nation Army" to a minimal "We’re Going to Be Friends," Jack White let long time fans know he was still the same boy they’ve always known: "You’ve all been wonderful. And I’ve been Jack White."

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Coquitlam waiting for better Berg offer

He wants to go and the team is willing, but there’s got to be common ground.

That’s the approach the Coquitlam Adanacs are taking in negotiations with the Ontario
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Coquitlam general manager Kevin Hill said while they selected Berg with
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"We’re in negotiation and it’s still a process we’re involved with," said Hill. "[Berg] has indicated that [playing in Ontario this summer] is something he wants to do, and we want to do what we can.

"[Oakville] is trying to strong arm us because he wants to play there, but the price right now doesn’t make sense."

While the Victoria Shamrocks regularly stock up on eastern imports like Dan Dawson, they draw a lot more paying customers than their rivals in the WLA. And while they often work mutual agreements with some Ontario teams, where one season they will get a player in exchange for signing off on a player going east in the future, the Adanacs don’t have the budget to compete.

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Berg made his pro field debut for the Major League Lacrosse’s Denver Outlaws on the weekend, scoring once in limited action, playing alongside lacrosse legend John Grant Jr.

Hill noted that while the MLL had previously stated its players had to commit only to the field game, that is not so this year. In fact, he points to how the Ontario senior A box league has rearranged its schedule to coordinate with the MLL with nearly all Ontario games played Monday to Thursday.

"Ontario has changed its league schedule to accommodate the players who play [MLL]," said Hill. "It’s smart on their part, when you think about it. It’s something that hopefully people here would look at."Articles Connexes:

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Lesley Chesterman’s Fine Dining

MONTREAL Full disclosure: I know Shinji Nagai, the chef of this week’s restaurant, Shinji. In fact, Nagai has prepared sushi in my home kitchen. I was writing a Sushi 101 story in 2010 when Nagai was working at the private club, Le Club 357C, and he was kind enough to give me a lesson on sushi dos and don’ts.

I bombarded him with questions: How does one eat sushi? With your hands and flipped over so that the fish, and not the rice, touches the soy sauce. How many fish are on a sashimi plate? Always an odd number, the average being nine pieces per person. Do we mix wasabi into the soy sauce? Never. And what did he think about sushi pizza? Never made it, he answered. When I asked him to describe Montreal sushi, the Japanese born chef thought hard before answering, "unique."

In a city bursting with sushi chefs, many of whom have taken sushi in some pretty far out directions, I was happy to meet a purist. Don’t look for mayonnaise, crab stick or blueberry stuffed maki rolls in Nagai’s lineup. "That sushi, invented very much by Vietnamese chefs, is quite genius," Nagai said, "but those ideas could never come out of my head. Japanese sushi chefs are guided by too many rules."

Born in the Gunma Prefecture near Tokyo, Nagai, 47, began cooking in Japan 27 years ago, specializing in Japanese cuisine. He then went to work for four years in Vancouver, where he first learned to make sushi. Nagai moved to Montreal in 1996 and worked as a sushi chef at Sakura restaurant. Disappointed in the quality of Montreal sushi, he returned to Japan to learn from a top sushi master, Matsuoka, in the Okayama Prefecture near Hiroshima.

After two years, he returned to Montreal, taking on posts as sushi chef at Sakura, Zen Ya and MB: Mange Boire, before becoming the sushi chef at Le Club 357C in 2008 how great for the club’s members but less so for sushi lovers outside that ivory tower. When the news came last winter that restaurateur/lead guitarist for the band Simple Plan Jeff Stinco would be backing Nagai in a restaurant, I was thrilled to hear we could all enjoy Nagai’s sublime sushi once again.

Shinji is in the heart of Griffintown, the city’s latest restaurant row. A neon sign above the door is about as elaborate as it gets on
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There’s a communal feel to it, yet the chairs are spread wide enough apart that you won’t catch the intimate conversation going on next to you unless, of course, that is your intention. I like the buzz this odd shaped room generates; it’s noisy, but conversation flows. The crowd is very cool Montreal, and yet the seating arrangement quashes the see and be seen norm at most hot spots.

To begin, you could jump right in with cold sake or a bottle of wine from the French heavy wine list, which is both well
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I second our wonderful waiter’s recommendations: the Kaju En, a mix of pear pure with sake, tea and lime, and the Shiro Kosumoporitan, a riff on the classic Cosmopolitan made with white cranberry juice and
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For appetizers, we opted for a mix of traditional and nouvelle Japanese dishes. I can never resist tempura as a way to assess a Japanese restaurant. Shinji’s tempura classic sweet potato, peppers, mushroom slices and a shiso leaf, as well as jumbo shrimp was as light, lacy and as piping hot as I hoped it would be. Nothing to get overly excited about, but lovely nonetheless.

The gyoza dumplings were more substantial. Heavy on the lightly spiced Wagyu beef filling with the requisite golden fried crust on the side, these dumplings were scarfable and could easily make a meal on their own.

We were told the tuna tartare that night was made with sustainable bluefin, which is making an appearance at many of the city’s better sushi establishments and restaurants. The tartare was kept quite plain smart move as the meticulously cubed fish needed nothing more than a bit of wasabi, tobiko and spicy miso to shine. Scooping it on to the whisper thin flour chips, I wondered why so many chefs tart up their tartares beyond recognition. This one was textbook.

My favourite of the starters was an even simpler dish, a sort of new style sashimi featuring thin slices of Kampachi topped with shallots, green onions and a mizuma salad. A warm ponzu sauce was poured over the mix right before serving, transforming this mix of fish, citrus, and especially the potent shallots, into a luscious blend of sexy textures and feisty flavours.

The main event at Shinji is the sushi. We opted for the $70 sushi and sashimi selection for two, which fed three of us heartily. We cleared the table to make space for the platter and sat there wide eyed, admiring the surgically precise slices of pristine sashimi, the exquisite fingers of nigiri sushi, the pretty maki rolls, and the artistic arrangement of it all.

That said, head
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Take, for instance, the little lobster roll, sitting there innocently on the edge of the platter wrapped in its pastel green soy paper. Pick it up, dip it in a little soy or ponzu sauce (or not!), pop it in your mouth and you’re hit with this great mix of sweet lobster meat, bitter shiso leaf, tangy orange confit and exotic star anise. Wow! That tiny package packs more thrills than many main course plates around town.

The thrills continued with the classic bluefin tuna,
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As much as I adored the sushi selection, the one meat main course ordered fell flat. For the non sushi eater at the table, we chose the duck "Arima," which turned out to be an overcooked duck breast served with a peppery sauce and dull sugar snap peas and Romanesco broccoli florets.

Where was the sous vide cooked leg listed as an element on this dish on the menu? Turns out we were served the appetizer portion of the duck instead of the main course, which might explain the missing meat. Reduced portion aside, this dish seemed like an afterthought. Of course, the main event at Shinji is sushi and sashimi, so steak and Caesar salad eaters take note.

As for desserts, I’m on the fence. The two on offer were Japanese in nature, which means you’re looking at sweets like black sesame or green tea ice cream and red bean pure mixed with gelatinous textures and unusual flavours. Japanese and Indian desserts are not my favourites, and yet my dining companion wolfed them down mumbling,
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I’m told there’s usually a brownie on offer as well. Hmm . maybe a cup of hot tea would be the best way to end a meal here, though the tea bag setup could use an upgrade. With a master like Nagai in the kitchen, it’s a shame to finish such a flavour packed meal with such a wimpy cup of tea.

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