L-Space art exhibit pushes boundaries
Into You: On the Edge is Humber’s latest art exhibit, showcasing artwork from a group of diverse artists. Curators Alissa Firth-Eagland and Farah Yusuf explain the purpose of the exhibit and the motivation behind the artists’ work. Cenk Papila has this report. Erin Leite is the videographer. The exhibit... Read more
Skedline takes on Riverdale: Can millennials relate?
By Alyssa Croezen, Fallon Hewitt, Rob Lowrey and Danila Neves. As both critics and viewers of major TV shows and movies, it’s easy to spot the inaccurate representation of young people. Often times, misconstrued to a point where the character they’re attempting to portray is completely different from the... Read more
The Toronto Comicon 2017
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It’s not all smiles and roses: How a Bachelor alum deals with online hate and hopes to empower women
Former Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe is still dealing with online bullying a couple of years after she gave out her final rose to her fiancé Shawn Booth. Bristowe, who is Canadian, was known as one of the most controversial Bachelorettes in the franchise’s history due to outspoken behaviour. Since the... Read more
Pi Day 2017
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‘SNL Weekend Update’ Gets Limited Primetime Run In August
By Brian Steinberg LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Here’s a new headline about the hosts of the long-running “Weekend Update” segment on “Saturday Night Live”: Colin Jost and Michael Che will get a limited run in primetime in August when NBC airs four half-hour broadcasts of the faux-news showcase that... Read more
Art by the Beaches
Below is a photo gallery of the art installations at the Winter Stations Design Competition at Woodbine Beach in Toronto. This is the third year for the competition which allows everyone and anyone to be a part of it as long as the deadlines and rules are met. The... Read more
Exploring the art of light in the Distillery District
  The cobblestone streets of Toronto’s Distillery district are looking at light in a new way. They’re transforming light into art. Light’s illuminating every corridor in the district. The Toronto Light Fest has transformed the Distillery District into an interactive exploration of light art. The Light Fest includes art... Read more
Entertainment with Kabrena Robinson – March 14, 2017
Kabrena Robinson has your entertainment update for March 14, 2017. Read more
Entertainment with Nelson Santo
Skedline reporter, Nelson Santo has your entertainment update for March 13, 2017. Read more