While the authenticity in depiction of armed conflict and child soldiers is met with high praise with films such as Ezra, Johnny Mad Dog, War Witch and Beasts of No … Read More
Anne-Marie Woods, a.k.a. Amani, first knew she was funny back in grade school when she would be told to stop making funny faces during the Christmas concert. Teachers would send … Read More
Water, for many, is a necessity that sustains life, a powerful weapon that can erode land and is a transformative healing element. For fashion designer Chinedu Ukabam, water is a … Read More
From the jump the two things that will catch your attention about the Young Heavyweights’ (YHW) Ratchet Punch EP are the title, of course, and the album artwork.
The attractive female topless … Read More
Black History Month is about honouring those who came before us and paved the way for today’s Black people and culture. The fourth annual Black Future Month 3016 art exhibition … Read More
When Matthew Progress takes the stage, it’s not just about him, it’s about the gang.
Headlining one of Toronto’s monthly hip-hop shows, The Hustle, at the local Drake Hotel, Matthew … Read More
Retro clothing company Mitchell & Ness (M&N) is bringing the heat to the north with its limited edition 2016 Black & Gold NBA All-Star collection.
In partnership with the Toronto … Read More
Calling all sneaker enthusiasts, the 65th annual NBA All-Star Weekend festivities have landed in the 6ix and Nike’s releasing a whole new range of exclusive kicks from the vault for … Read More
While the Oscars are receiving backlash for the award show’s lack of racial diversity, Black film will be celebrated and discussed this month in Toronto. The fourth annual Toronto Black … Read More
On the heels of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the month of February celebrates Black Canadians, past and present, who have made outstanding strides politically, creatively and socially in their … Read More