Did you know that Montreal is host to an LGBT Film Festival? I just found this out recently myself. Albeit, I’ve only been living here for just over 4 years now; it is still common place for me to discover new dope things about this city, including its many many festivals. Continue reading
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Monday November 17, 2014 (Toronto) – Hector Hernandez, a breakout Latin music artist born and raised in rural Cuba today announced the launch of a new fundraising campaign on the popular crowd funding website IndieGoGo.com.
Hector’s career is starting to take off. His 1st single Feeling Loco is fast becoming a hit in clubs and was recently featured at Miss Universe Canada. He just released his 2nd original single Lolita Loquita – both tracks are to be featured on the upcoming album & promotional tour, with your help.
Fa LA LA LA LA LA LA LA …. Oh shit!
Ya Christmas is coming people and basically you either got your shopping done or almost done or the type of people who wait till the last minute and get the shittiest gifts possible.
When Sean Leonard, night manager at McSorley’s Wonderful Saloon on Bayview Avenue, told me he was a star running back from 1986 to 1988 for Leaside High School’s football team, the Leaside Lancers, I was skeptical. Sure, he’s got the height, but not the formidable build one might associate with a football player. Too slight for the gridiron it seemed to me. When I asked him about this, Sean stated matter-of-factly: “I was faster than everyone else.” Continue reading
Starting this weekend, the Dark Comedy Festival with some of your darkest comics in the industry! Launched by Rob Mailloux four years ago, the festival has a stunning line up every year and this one is going to be a great one. Not only do we have great like Brain Posehn, Andrew Schulz, Maria Bamford and Kurt Metzger but we also have a some roasting to do!
Welcome to the new world of Toronto city politics. Now that John Tory has been declared victorious, as a long-time resident of Toronto, I hope it’s going to be fast return to a noiseless city hall, and the restoration of boring and mundane civic operations. Continue reading
Force Majeure (original title: Turist) is a Swedish drama written and directed by Ruben Östlund. The film revolves around a cliché looking family, going on a cliché looking vacation in the Alps. Early in the film, the father is seen cowardly leaving his family behind, while narrowly escaping a controlled avalanche. Fortunately, not a single person was injured. Unfortunately, the mother is more shaken by his coward act than anything else. Continue reading
FNC ends on oct. 19!
So it’s your last chance to catch
some original and quality cinema.
Tickets are only 9$ if you’re a student!
(Reg: 13$) Continue reading
YXIMALLOO is a slow paced, observational styled, documentary by Tadhg O’Sullivan and Feargal Ward about the humble reality of a Japanese musician, Naofumi Yximalloo Ishimaru, an obscure cult musician in his late ’50s.
Tokyo Tribe, directed by Shion Sono, is an action packed rap-musical based on the manga Tokyo Tribe2 by Santa Inoue. The film revolves around a bunch of differently themed Tokyo gangs battling each other. There are a lot of pop culture references, e.g. Biggie Smalls and Snoop Dogg, which is quite humorous to us westerners. This is based on a manga, so expect some really over the top cartoon style logic and sequences. Continue reading
“The only thing stopping you from reaching your goals is that voice in your head telling you don’t do it– JUST DO IT!” – Julius Wilson
So when you think of family you think of trust, love, fun etc. But when there’s that one relative who is on yourspouses side, who you just can’t stand or doesn’t get along with your thinking. How am I going to get through this event or family gathering? Well I got your answers right here.