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Three Cheers for Ten Years, SheDoesTheCity!

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Sometimes I wonder what it would have been like to be a blogger during the height of the craze. When it was about the blog content itself, and wasn’t tied in to numbers on social media or going viral. And I wonder what that would be like now as the world of blogging has evolved …

Halsey HFK Tour Toronto Recap

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Have I told you about Halsey yet? If you knew me 3 years ago, that sentence just gave you wartime flashbacks to a different world. A world where I incessantly bothered my friends & coworkers to give this Jersey tumblr girl a chance. But it paid off — the gold BADLANDS plaque in my room …

Troye Sivan – Suburbia Tour Review (Toronto)

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Troye Sivan, Australian pop sensation, played Toronto’s REBEL (formerly The Sound Academy) on November 8th. This night was quite eventful and the energy was high. British singer Dua Lipa opened for Sivan, playing her hits “Hotter Than Hell” and the recent jam “Blow Your Mind (Mwah)”. She sounds incredible and her voice is …

London & Reading Festival: Recap

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Don’t ask me why I’ve flown halfway around the world 3 times for Reading Festival. I can’t explain it to you. That festival is so much more than anything we could ever imagine in Canada. I mean, our festivals are getting better… but they’re no Reading Festival. I feel like my minimal Instagram photos and …

Merry KardiPOP!

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Last night, my dad and I headed downtown to the Thompson Hotel’s Rooftop Lounge for KardiPOP, Kardinal Offishall‘s annual Christmas bash. It’s always a great time, but this year was better than most.

I’m at a point where people know me à la carte – as opposed to just as …

Best Of Reading Festival 2015

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For the second year in a row, I chose to forgo most festivals within a reasonable radius of home in favour of flying overseas to attend Reading Festival. Yet again, I can’t say I regret this decision in the slightest. Canada doesn’t do festivals like this. You will not get this experience if you stay …