It’s that time of the year again when school has started back up and students are getting back into their regular routine.
As college students, a lot of people know how tight money can be.
The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the city’s biggest events.
August is already here and if you haven’t been visiting the beach, the time is now. Before you know it, you’ll be stuck in class wishing you visited the beach when you had a chance.
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Sunday July 26th had a lot going for it. It was the closing of the PanAm games at Pier 4 in Hamilton, the final night of Wayhome music festival, and Hamilton Fringe Festival as well.
Being one of the hottest award shows of the year, the MTV Video Music Awards will be airing August 30th.
Everyone loves a good laugh and I definitely know that I do. These are a couple of videos that gave me a giggle this past week. Some even made me cry.
Toronto is one of the best cities for festivals in the whole country and summer is the season when some of the best festivals take place. If there’s one thing that the majority of Toronto has in common, it’s the love of music.
Along with pool parties and BBQ’s it’s safe to say that festivals are a huge part of summer. If you’re a music lover you’re in luck. Canada is home to a variety of festivals that showcase an array of music genres.
Netflix has challenged modern television and cable with its offer of $7.99 a month for unlimited shows, movies and even documentaries. It offers thousands of shows to watch with themes to spike everyone’s interests.