For most people, the path to adulthood and maturity is a difficult but necessary one. Often the growth happens gradually, perhaps starting with a change in our outward appearance, and…
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The smells of freshly baked bread, meat, spices and pastries flow through the streets of Iran. Neighbours, family and friends sit outside of their homes cooking, laughing and greeting each person that walks by.
Charlotte Carbone, a Ryerson School of Fashion graduate has just become $10,000 richer thanks to the TV show Stitched. Stitched, which airs on Slice, is a fashion competition series. Each…
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Couple standing at Spadina Street. (Gem Webb/Flickr) Nuit Blanche returns once again with a message. This year’s outdoor art exhibition features over 75 art projects by more than 300 local…
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First Light is an Indigenous futurism virtual reality (VR) art project. Between Sept. 18 and 24, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) provided free admission to Biidaaban’s Canadian première in Nathan Phillips Square. The project, created by Anishinaabe film and VR artist Lisa Jackson and 3D artist Mathew Borrett, immerses audiences in futuristic interpretations of popular Toronto locations.