Category Archives: Sports

John Boyega reps Frito-Lay FIFA World Cup commercial shot in Toronto

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. 

John Boyega holding a bag of chips in his right hand and a soccer ball in his left arm.
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LeBron James and Andrew Wiggins host all-star events to kick-off Toronto Caribbean Carnival weekend

The presence of two superstar athletes in Toronto for two highly-anticipated events tied to the Toronto Caribbean Carnival culture festival is creating an exciting buzz throughout the city. 

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Musician Kodak Black among the injured at Justin Bieber concert after-party in West Hollywood

Multiple reports say that rapper Kodak Black was among the four people injured outside a restaurant when shots were fired following a Justin Bieber concert at an Italian restaurant in West Hollywood, Los Angeles early Saturday morning.

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Singer Estelle joins Wes Iwundu and Eric Archibald for Diplomacy’s Free The Future pop-up store opening in LA

Premium streetwear brand Diplomacy struck up a partnership with NBA player Wes Iwundu and enlisted the timeless, genre-defying, GRAMMY-winning, singer-songwriter Estelle from West London for the opening of the brand’s first ever Free The Future pop-up store in Los Angeles on Friday. | Video | Photos |

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Toronto Caribbean Carnival cancels festival to minimize impact of the global health crisis

The annual festival that attracts millions of people to frolic in the streets of Toronto in celebration of Caribbean arts and culture and a highlight of the summer; featuring elaborate costumes, Caribbean music, and food in the Grand Parade by the shores of Lake Ontario, has been thwarted by the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Playing the Super Bowl to fight for social justice

The controversy about who would perform and what they would do during Super Bowl ended on Sunday night. To show support for the movement started by NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick many artists bowed out. Some who agreed to play felt justified in doing so.

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Hallow Knight – Is the descent into Hallownest worth the trip?

Hollow Knight is a masterclass on how to make a modern Metroidvania. Even for $15 there is a mountain of content in the base game as well as free content updates the developers are releasing in the next title, Gods & Glory. In short, it is an easy sell but if you’re still not convinced please read on. 

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Manchester United teams up with True Religion

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.

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Yoga on the Beach is a Frantastic form of energy exchange

It’s a beautiful sight to see on a summers’ day by the waters of Lake Ontario, toes curled up, gripping the hot sand, bodies leaning back into a parsva virabhadrasana reverse warrior pose doing yoga on the beach.

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