Silence speaks volumes: A Quiet Place review
If you know me, you’ll know I hate being scared but love a good horror movie. This weekend John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place hit the box office, and I went to check it out. The movie, which was written and directed by Krasinski, takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in the... Read more
First official day of Spring
The vernal equinox is here, marking the first official day of Spring. The equinox means that both the Northern and Southern hemispheres will receive an equal amount of daylight and darkness. The event takes place twice a year, once for the Spring (Vernal) and once for Autumn. The term... Read more
Opinion: Washington Capitals winning the Stanley Cup
I have watched hockey for as long as I can remember. I have put off homework just to watch games and slept on my couch for countless playoff overtimes; it is such a big part of my life. When I was a kid, I would watch whatever game my... Read more
Assembly Chef’s Hall – does it live up to the hype?
By: Karen Doradea and Melysa Mezzapelle Assembly Chef’s Hall is a food hall located in the heart of downtown. Skedline reporters Karen Doradea and Melysa Mezzapelle visited the hall Monday to see what all the hype is about.   Read more
Winter Stations 2018: wind or vandalism?
By: Karen Doradea & Melysa Mezzapelle Winter Stations at Kew Beach in Toronto has been available to the public for a week and already hit a bit of a rough patch. This is the fourth annual Winter Stations at the beaches, with seven curated pieces that the public can... Read more
The U.S. Faces Federal Budget Deficit of $1 Trillion
During Obama’s last year in office, the U.S. Federal deficit was $587 billion. Trump’s first year of presidency brought that number to $666 billion. It is now projected that the 2018 deficit could raise to $1 trillion, if not more as President Trump has proposed a $4 billion budget. Spending... Read more
5 Ideas for Galentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day only happens once a year, but don’t let being single put a damper on it for you. Here are five ideas for you and your gal-pals to celebrate the day! 1. Project Period North Medical Spa is hosting a Galentine’s Day event in spirit of the Period... Read more
Four stories to watch out for during the 2018 Winter Olympics
The 2018 Winter Olympics kick off this Friday in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Here are some of the top stories you should look out for this year. Anthem change: Will the athletes remember the words? The Canadian Olympic Committee has informed the athletes of Team Canada there is a lyric change... Read more
Jan 29 – Sports cast
Here’s Melysa Mezzapelle’s audio sportscast for Monday Jan. 29. Read more
Toronto Celebrates Grey Cup Win
By Melysa Mezzapelle, Karen Doradea & Jennifer Macfarlane On Tuesday, the Toronto Argonauts held their 2017 Grey Cup Championship rally at Nathan Philips Square. The event was hosted by TSN’s Cabbie Richards and Mayor John Tory. Thousands of fans filled the square in front of City Hall to join... Read more