The Pains of Growing: Alessia Cara

Twenty-two year old Canadian artist, Alessia Cara, released her second album on November 30 titled The Pains of Growing.   When listening to the album in its entirety, I tried listening for a pattern in the order of the songs. Although there are no evident patters, it was very easy to

Travis Scott’s Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour

Travis Scott’s Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour in Scotiabank Arena was my first concert in Toronto and has been one of the best nights of my eighteen years of existence to say the least. From an insane stage set up consisting of two life sized roller coasters to knowing

I continue to shape​

I continue to shape​​ — UofT Art Exhibit I have conflicted feelings about modern art. On one hand, it interests me because it’s such a different style of art compared to what I make myself. On the other hand — I don’t understand it. So when I visited the ​I

The Best Rinks to Skate in Toronto this Winter

The end of the semester often brings stress, sickness, and snow- but something to make it better is skating! Whether you’ve never skated before, you’re a hockey enthusiast, or you’re a figure skater like I am, there’s always a great time to be had practicing your skating. Here are some

Review: Burning

As we prepare for the greatest season of all time, we are all scrambling to get ready. No, I’m not talking about the Holidays, I am talking about Awards Season. All the film and TV lovers, are prepping by watching anything that could be potentially a nominee. On my quest