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About Moreblessing Munangwa

Moreblessing Munangwa is a fourth year Media Studies student pursuing a career in Journalism. From her humble beginnings at Rogers TV to being former Editor-in-Chief of Radix, the University of Guelph-Humber’s alumni newspaper, Munangwa has learned to continue pursing her passion for creativity. Writing has continued to be an outlet for her to spotlight community advocates, artists and entrepreneurs who often go unnoticed.
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LAZAR Couture delivers edgy style for modern day career women
4 years ago

LAZAR Couture delivers edgy style for modern day career women

Form fitting leather dresses, clean white blouses paired with classic a-line skirts and glittery ensembles. This is what Maria Lazarova Manceva displays in her latest LAZAR Couture Inc. collection, shown …
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Baby Steinberg: Fashion Art Toronto a must for emerging designers
4 years ago

Baby Steinberg: Fashion Art Toronto a must for emerging designers

Red carpet ready dresses, rich in bright colours. On day two of Fashion Art Toronto that is what the Baby Steinberg collection brought to the runway. Some of the standout …
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Glow-in-the-dark boots perfect for summer camping trips
4 years ago

Glow-in-the-dark boots perfect for summer camping trips

Traveling or hiking in the summer has never looked this good. The heritage boot brand, Palladium, and Japanese sneaker boutique Atmos, are pleased to debut modern boots with glow-in-the-dark accents. …
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Nigerian artist Davido falls in line with G.O.O.D Music’s D’Banj
4 years ago

Nigerian artist Davido falls in line with G.O.O.D Music’s D’Banj

Charming can be best described as the art of being equipped with an attractive personality. Almost causing a fight between fans after throwing his hat into the crowd, that charm …
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Jon Batiste says with music it’s best not to think, just do
4 years ago

Jon Batiste says with music it’s best not to think, just do

If Louis Armstrong and the Robert Glasper Experiment birthed a musical band, Jon Batiste and Stay Human would be the product. The unique infusion of Soul and Jazz entices rhythmic …
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Politician Olivia Chow blesses R.I.S.E. stage
4 years ago

Politician Olivia Chow blesses R.I.S.E. stage

A powerful performance by d’bi young leaves audience members in tears. As she graphically expresses the intense scars of carried by a child being molested by a family, it is …
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Treccani Milano designs exclusive shoes for grand opening of new store
4 years ago

Treccani Milano designs exclusive shoes for grand opening of new store

Nothing eases a woman’s heart like a good pair of heels. Treccani Milano, an Italian luxury brand, has something for the ladies just in time for spring and summer. The …
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Redman’s still got Da Goodness
4 years ago

Redman’s still got Da Goodness

From the humble beginnings of the debut album Whut? Thee Album to the upcoming anticipated Muddy Waters 2: Even Muddier, Redman has maintained a loyal fan base after being in …
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Nia Centre for the Arts’ exhibit presses issues of diversity and racism
4 years ago

Nia Centre for the Arts’ exhibit presses issues of diversity and racism

Political figures, community advocates and media producers all gathered inside Toronto’s 918 Bathurst Cultural Centre for the closing reception of the Nia Centre for the Arts’ Exposed 2014: Deciding Centre …
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Mustafa The Poet is 17 and highly celebrated
4 years ago

Mustafa The Poet is 17 and highly celebrated

Mustafa Ahmed, also known as Mustafa The Poet, is the rose that grew out of Toronto’s Regent Park concrete. High school students, community officials and long time followers fill Daniel’s …
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