The harmonious scratch of skates against the ice, elaborate and colourful dresses, and all kinds of music from pop to jazz were defining features of Winterfest this past weekend.Read more
Around Yonge-Dundas Square alone, four retailers were holding midnight launches Thursday for the Playstation 4. All but the EB Games inside the Eaton Centre had lines that stretched far onto the streets. Many of the fans had been waiting out in the cold for hours on end.Read more
Lee ‘Jaedong’ Jae Dong found himself only a step away from the first place prize. Again, he was given the opportunity to end his legacy as a “silver mine,” or to continue to achieve second place. Jaedong was confident. He had already defeated two champions of previous finals.Read more
Indie game developers from Toronto and around the world gathered at Hotel Ocho last Friday to share and discuss the joy of game design. A myriad of small independent games filled the hotel rooms, there to be discovered by gamers and developers alike. The chatter of excited discussion and music filled the lobby, while the rooms were dominated by the light and sound of the games on display.
It’s called Gamercamp.Read more
Mayor Rob Ford admitted to the media today that he has smoked crack cocaine.Read more
Graffiti has always bee a part of human culture all over the globe. From ancient Egypt to the battlegrounds of World War 2. They’ve been used throughout history as a method of expression, protest, and simple humour. This map is a quick look at some of the pieces that have been found around the globe.Read more