Cherryl Bird is the founder and editor of Core Magazines, and was an original founder and marketing director of Voice of Montreal (Voice Magazine), now called Vice Magazine. She is the former English editor and advertising executive for Images Interculturelles magazine, an award-winning bilingual (French-English) ethnocultural publication. She has an English/Sociology degree from the University of Toronto and studied Journalism at Humber College. When she's not writing or editing articles for CoreMagazines.com, she creates and executes communications plans and public affairs strategies for the health care and education sectors. Cherryl loves music, travel and all things cultural.
British actor John Boyega gives us “a taste of the beautiful game” in a commercial set in a local corner shop in Toronto. In an energetic history lesson on the world’s most popular sport, the actor roots for Canada in the FIFA World Cup championships with a big bag of Frito-Lay potato chips in his hands.
Core Magazines is giving away 2 free tickets to Art With Me in Miami. Find out how to get your hands on them, inside.
World-renowned artists on exhibit, works of art being created on the spot, musicians performing live, DJs on deck, and top chefs whipping up delicious dishes. Arts and culture lovers from around the globe gather for an immersive art experience in a 30-acre park in Miami this weekend.
This is the second time that Art With Me will be held in that city. The event’s founder David Graziano calls this year’s festival “the bestpre-Basel event in Miami.”
It’s the 1980s and anything goes. Some Canadian boys went to England after getting serious radio airplay. They started getting gigs and decided to take the show on the road. Here’s what JC Chambers, guitarist for the 80s post-punk bank Kinetic Ideals had to say to Core Magazines about their adventures in London, U.K.