From Latin America to Canada: a look into the perseverance of the historic dance within the city.
Black women in Toronto’s fashion industry are fighting for inclusion
By Rebecca Morales Draper Vanessa “Van” Carbonell stands in front of a ring light in her dimly lit basement, surrounded by bags filled with colourful clothing and accessories – dresses, shirts, skirts, purses, wallets and more. Facing her phone, she holds up and sometimes even models the items for an audience watching her live on…
University of Toronto’s engineering comedy revue is back in person but students are worried about the future of their show.
Learning an instrument has been proven to be beneficial, so why is it that lessons are often abandoned, and how can the music industry change so that musicians can simply enjoy music?
In 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, three friends sat nervously in a cramped room at Pitman Hall Residence at Toronto Metropolitan University, ready to pack up their lives and move back home. Dreams of making it big in the production world were quickly crushed by the looming threat of the global pandemic.
Established musicians from Toronto are giving hope to a new generation of ambitious artists
Starting a business is no easy feat, and it requires hard work and dedication to become successful. Three young entrepreneurs share their business ideas and how far they’ve come, which is contrasted against other stories of entrepreneurs who have made it big.
Toronto heavy metal band, The Animal Warfare Act, holds out hope for success in a genre that lacks mainstream popularity by providing a “performance experience” through their use of stage props and theatrics.
The toxic pressures of flex culture within Toronto’s fashion scene reveal that staying on top of the city’s style- hierarchy isn’t as glamorous as it seems.