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Blank Canvas: A New Art Experience
9 months ago

Blank Canvas: A New Art Experience

A lineup of young supporters gather outside the doors of a new establishment located on Bloor Street West in Toronto. One look inside at the floor-to-ceiling brick walls and minimalist …
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Patchwork Village: Quilted Memories
10 months ago

Patchwork Village: Quilted Memories

A young boy tries to remount a photo box installation that has fallen on the cut grass of Toronto’s David Crombie Park located along The Esplanade in the St. Lawrence …
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Matchmaking the Odds
11 months ago

Matchmaking the Odds

The probability of a second chance at life can be calculated. Dorothy Vernon-Brown knows this all too well after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia nearly three summers ago, a …
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Rebels With a Cause
12 months ago

Rebels With a Cause

We are living in a time where more and more youth are opening their eyes and raising their voices in an effort to change the world. From race issues to LGBTQ …
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Pras Unfiltered
1 year ago

Pras Unfiltered

Film director Benjamin Patterson doesn’t hold back his observation, even when the man in question happens to be occupying the same space.

“I thought Pras was very interesting, because I …
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The Miseducation of Hip-Hop
1 year ago

The Miseducation of Hip-Hop

There’s no doubt hip-hop has widely influenced the popular music scene today. More so, it has become a globally accessible culture with its own language, style of dress, music and …
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Shanice Banton: Upward Movements
1 year ago

Shanice Banton: Upward Movements

Actress Shanice Banton sees the parallels between her latest film, Race, and the current racial and cultural tensions in the world. With politicians spreading fear and hate, police killings and shootings, and genocides across the globe, it’s easy to see the similarities between 1936, when the movie was …
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Black Lives Matter T.O. Demands Justice
1 year ago

Black Lives Matter T.O. Demands Justice

“It’s not as bad as you think.”

This is a message often heard in Canada, janaya khan, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, tells a large crowd of people gathered …
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Alano Miller: Challenging Roles
1 year ago

Alano Miller: Challenging Roles

For “Underground” actor Alano Miller, the words “slave drama” nearly put him off from the project completely.

“You know, when it was first pitched to me, I kinda was like …
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Smoked Out
1 year ago

Smoked Out

If you take a closer look when you walk into Buda Café in Toronto, you’ll see interesting wallpaper lining the interior. Sheets and sheets of napkins are thumbtacked to the …
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