Get ready as the number one open-air concert and picnic series across Canada moves into its seventh season with the festival opener at one of our favourite spots on the Toronto Islands over the long weekend.Continue reading Electric Island season opener on Toronto Islands
Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next music video is full of references to the pulpiest of girl-movie pop culture, with appearances by original cast members, social media influencers, and friends who help Grande take jabs at her personal life, including past relationships. But, the best thing about this video is that it’s based on an anthem to herself.Continue reading Ariana Grande ‘Thank U, Next’ music video explores her personal life via 90s chick flicks
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) launches a health and wellness program to allow thousands of people access to art and culture as a measure to counteract increasing social isolation and loneliness. All you need is a referral from your local community service centre.Continue reading Feeling low? Get a prescription for a dose of culture
One of the most popular sports teams in the world has united with another well-known global brand to dress footballers far and wide in the Manchester crest, as the official denim partner of the football club. And their merchandise is available starting Friday.Continue reading Manchester United teams up with True Religion
When tatoo artist Aubrey found out his son was being bullied, he decided to take the “bully” on a shopping spree. [article|video] Continue reading Father takes his son’s bully shopping
Consider yourself lucky. You get the chance to see images that were on show in Brendan Meadows’ exhibition IPSEITY at Liss Gallery in Toronto during the CONTACT Photography Festival. Take a look.
The duality of Brendan Meadows’ images is undeniable but we first see the familiar artful lines and darkroom techniques found in the work of two important figures in American fashion photography, Harper’s Bazaar’s illustrator-turned-fashion-photographer Lillian Bassman and Berlin-born, Jewish photographer Erwin Blumenfield, whose portraits of American movie stars, society ladies, iconic Vogue covergirls dominated the culture from the 1940s to the 60s. [see photos from the IPSEITY exhibition]
Donald Glover’s SNL performance was memorable, but come Sunday, people will be talking about the Childish Gambino video for This Is America.
Musician Rushy Lion of the reggae band Jah & I is upset because he was profiled and robbed by an employee of an Esso station in Drummondville, Quebec when he tried to pay for his gas. The man behind the counter took his pre-paid credit card, called the police on him, and refused to give him back his card.
VIKINGS: The exhibition, Christian Dior or spectacular wildlife photos? It was hard to choose but the featured piece was so challenging that I couldn’t resist.