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SuperBowl, SuperBowl, SuperBowl … what can I say … it came, it was extended and ended with a bang. The power outage in half of the stadium which saw the game delayed by 30 minutes, was the talk of the … Continue reading

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And The Oscar Goes To …

I have a tendency to want to catch up on all the movies receiving hype so that my Oscar-viewing pleasure is at its optimum. This year I have managed to pencil in one, that’s right, one Oscar-nominated film — ‘Silver … Continue reading

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Yesterday like no other

Yesterday was not like any other day, it was super special. I had the opportunity to be a part of the ‘When Sisters Speak’ audience down at The St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts. It was a great turnout … Continue reading

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Today Like No Other

I have less than a week to prepare for some big time moderating duties. The topic of discussion is Defining the Canadian Urban Voice. I was invited to ask questions of six panelists by Kya Publishing founder Stacey Marie Robinson. … Continue reading

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Loving the Toronto Public Library

There are so many reasons why I love the Toronto Public Library. It provides a wealth of services for patrons round the clock. The numerous books, dvds, sheet music, paintings (yes you can sign them out), magazines, e-material and the … Continue reading

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Natalie Cole Concert Cancelled

Probably the most disappointing part of the TD Toronto Jazz Festival was the cancellation of Natalie Cole’s performance at the Sony Centre today. Apparently bad weather made travelling a no-no from New York. Lot’s of unhappy people were in the … Continue reading

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Union Station Flood

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