Oscar weekend has us all thinking of our favourite movies and performaces
The 94th Academy Awards are this weekend and there are so many movies that are buzzing on the internet right now. Don’t Look Up, Dune, Drive My Car, Licorice Pizza, King Richard, West Side Story, The Power Of The Dog, CODA, Belfast, and Nightmare Alley are all nominees for... Read more
Toronto actress hopeful magic will return
to the arts as COVID recovery begins
Performance art theatre, festivals, and many local artists have been hit hard by the pandemic. Sharon Heldt, an actress with 34 years of experience, shares how the pandemic has affected her career and the arts community. Heldt talks about the struggles she faced as a teacher in Acting Out!... Read more
Bad Bunny heats up Scotiabank Arena during Last Tour of the World concert
TORONTO – This is Bad Bunny’s first tour since his album of the same name became the first Spanish-language album to top the Billboard 200 and since the pandemic. The Puerto Rican artist 28, who has also been the number one Top Artists Global on Spotify for more than... Read more
Diversity in fashion: Gender fluidity is making its debut
The role of gender is starting to dissipate in the fashion world since the most recent trends of women wearing suit ties and men wearing crop tops. In the past, clothing was designed to appeal to the targeted gender. Now, we are seeing gender fluidity with clothing and clothing... Read more
New Music: Brian Johnson on upcoming remix album ‘That Culture’
Toronto-based artist Brian Johnson is set to release a new full-length album named “That Culture” next year. While studies have shown that mental health issues during the pandemic have contributed to a lack of motivation and difficulty concentrating, Johnson says he was able to be productive during lockdown. “The... Read more
Podcast: Movember, November – Raising awareness for men’s health
Every November, men grow moustaches and sport them all month long. That’s because those who participate raise money for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health for the Movember foundation. According to the Movember website, one in nine Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.... Read more
Skedlive for Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021
Podcast: Quick Fix – Productivity hacks to make it through the rest of the term
Skedline reporter Natashia Wynter speaks to Executive Coach, Organizer, and Productivity Expert Clare Kumar. A study conducted by the National Centre for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in the United States found an increased concern about the mental health of students in college during the COVID-19 pandemic. NCBI indicated that 71... Read more
Skedlive for Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021
Travel: Essential tips to get ready for your next trip
Are you ready to get back out there and see the world again? Or are questions and concerns about the logistics travelling during a pandemic holding you back? The Government of Canada requires all travellers 12 and older to be fully vaccinated to board a flight in Canada. Travel... Read more