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Cirque du Soleil Announces Return of “Alegria” to Toronto This September

By: Staff – Cirque du Soleil has announced the return of Alegría, one of its most iconic productions, in a renewed version. After engagements in Montreal and Gatineau, Alegría, in a new light, will be presented under the Big Top at Ontario Place in Toronto for a limited engagement starting on September 12, 2019. For … Continue reading

Review: Canadian Opera Company’s ‘Elektra’ is a Masterclass of Dramatic Storytelling

By: Curtis Sindrey – The Canadian Opera Company’s (COC) new production of Elektra is a spellbinding tale of revenge that keeps you at the edge of your seat until the final note. Anchored by masterful performances by Christine Goerke (Elektra), Susan Bullock (Klytaimnestra), Erin Wall (Chrysothemis), Wilhelm Schwinghammer(Orest), and Michael Schade(Aegisth), Ekektra follows Klytämnestra, Queen of Thebes, who murdered … Continue reading

Top Canadian DJs Currently Spinning the Decks

By: Staff – Music is such a diverse artform in the modern day that, for arguably the first time in the last 60 years, it’s impossible to identify one dominant genre. Gone are the days when the rockers faced off against the mods only for both to be usurped a few years later by the … Continue reading

10 Best Toronto New Year’s Eve 2019 Parties

By: Staff – With so many different kinds of parties happening on New Year’s Eve in Toronto, it can be difficult to pick the best one to ensure you have the best time ever. From fireworks at Nathan Phillips Square, to a Lake Ontario booze cruise, to elegant soirees, we have you covered with a list … Continue reading

The impact of online gambling in Canada and around the world

By: Staff – The internet has a lot to answer for, and in the world of gambling it certainly does. Online betting sites and casinos have been cited as the reasons for the failing fortunes of established land-based casino destinations such as Las Vegas. On a state by state basis, The United States of America … Continue reading

Pop-Up Phenomenon, Happy Place, Arrives in Toronto

By: Staff – As Canadians prepare for colder weather and summer vacation feels like a distant memory, comes a joy-filled pop-up experience that is sure to put a smile on your face and some extra hop in your step.  HAPPY PLACE, an interactive, immersive exhibit with larger-than-life installations and multi-sensory themed rooms, is on a … Continue reading

Review: WWE 2K19 Inches Closer to the Perfect Wrestling Game

By: Curtis Sindrey –   WWE’s 2K video game series is back with another entry. WWE 2K19, the sixth game in the series, gets a lot right and some things hilariously wrong. 2k Showcase Mode Part mini documentary, part interactive story, WWE 2K19’s new showcase mode follows the career of Daniel Bryan. Going from his Feb. 2003 … Continue reading

The Best Casinos in Canada Revealed

By: Staff – The gaming industry in Canada brings in a lot of money for their economy, so it is unsurprising that their casinos are of the highest quality; here are a few of the best… Casino Niagara, Ontario Spanning 95,000 square feet over two floors, this giant of a casino has been around since 1996 and … Continue reading

Giller Prize Announces 2018 Shortlist

By: Staff – Today, at the Scotiabank Centre in Toronto, the Scotiabank Giller Prize announced its 2018 shortlist. CBC Radio’s Gill Deacon hosted the special event, while 2018 jury members Kamal Al-Solaylee, Maxine Bailey, Philip Hensher and Heather O’Neill were on hand to announce the 2018 finalists and read citations for each title. “I couldn’t … Continue reading

Reggae Sumfest Celebrates Creativity and Talent in Montego Bay

By: Curtis Sindrey – Jamaica’s beloved Reggae Sumfest music festival brought the best of reggae, and dancehall to Montego Bay in a celebration of creativity and talent. The festival, which launched in 1993, has since hosted a variety of both international stars and iconic Jamaican artists including 50 Cent, Rihanna, Usher, Damian Marley, Stephen Marley, Beres Hammond, and … Continue reading

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