Raptors superfan to be honoured during Hall of Fame
Toronto Raptors superfan, Nav Bhatia will be one of the first honorees to be included in a new category during the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Electric Island Returns With A New Venue
Toronto’s popular concert and picnic series Electric Island returns for its 8th annual year. This year, the series will be held at its new venue Ontario Place, West Island.
Nikki’s Wives: Bloom into the 2020
We got to chat with Nikki’s Wives after their release “Bloom” last year in the fall, and talk a little bit about their favourite beverage, music and what’s to come in the new year.
Canadian Larry Walker joins the 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame
After 10 years on the ballot, the Baseball Writers' Association of America have voted Larry Walker into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Canadian Wrestler Rocky “Soul Man” Johnson dies at age 75
WWE Hall of Famer Rocky “Soul Man” Johnson has passed away at age 75. Johnson had passed after suffering from a heart attack caused by a blood clot in his leg.
New music and new artist for the year
The new year calls for new music. Although Toronto has some amazing artists, the genre of R&B is not as big as you would expect it to be.
Toronto artist brings back soul to the Canadian music industry
Singer-songwriter Stassia Daniels has recently released another stimulating R&B project to bring us all through the new year.
The Weeknd Drops Action-Packed “Blinding Lights” Video
After a week of teasing fans, Canadian singer The Weeknd has just dropped the adrenaline-filled music video for one his latest singles “Blinding Lights”.
The Toronto Black Film Festival to award Spike Lee with Lifetime Achievement Award
It was announced on Wednesday that critically acclaimed director Spike Lee will be the recipient of the Toronto Black Film Festival’s 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Great Lake Swimmers Kick off their 2020 Canadian Tour
Fresh off a new music video for “The Talking Wind” (Acoustic version), the indie folk band Great Lake Swimmers, from Wainfleet, Ontario, are opening their 2020 Canada season with a performance at Toronto's Paradise Theatre on January 25. The doors open at 7:30pm and runs at 8:30pm until 10:30pm and the music is suitable for all ages. The band will be touring across the country with five performances before the end of February.