The Blue Stones opening for Pearl Jam outside of Wrigley Field - Photo by Neal Zeleznak @nealpatrickz The end of 2020 is here, the year of the World Altering Pandemic has come and gone. The year where we took two steps in the wrong direction, countless times. We took steps forward followed by leaps backwards, … Continue reading That’s a WAP, 2020
Adele, and vinyl dominated 2015 music sales, while album sales declined, according to Nielsen’s annual year-end report. Adele’s 25 obliterated the first week Nielsen SoundScan record that NSync’s No Strings Attached album previously held (2.416 million sales,) with a ground-breaking 3.377 million units sold during release week. It also accounted for over 41 percent of … Continue reading Nielsen Report: Adele and vinyl sales dominate, as album sales decline in 2015
Since 2003, The House of PainT festival of Urban Arts and Culture has been bringing artists and lovers of the craft together in our nations capital, as a wonderful salute to the summer months. While back then it was solely 150 people, it has grown to an expected 10,000 for this year’s upcoming festival, with 7,000 in attendance … Continue reading House of PainT Connecting the People and the Culture
Thousands of people are attempting to ban Kanye West from playing a concert at the Pan Am Games in Toronto. This kind of protest isn’t new. It's actually been somewhat of a trending topic in 2015. But this time, hot shots like Don Cherry are also expressing their disgust with the petition. Earlier this year, hundreds of thousands of people … Continue reading Outrage over Kanye at the Pan Am Games
A Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women and the 25th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre. Humber College held its commemoration of the massacre on Dec. 4 in the main concourse. Lone gunman Marc Lépine killed 14 women and wounded 10 other, all students at the École Polytechnique, before he turned his legally … Continue reading Humber’s commemoration of the Montreal Massacre
Educators say years students spend in post-secondary are when they learn to perfect skills, stay organized, and maintain a work ethic. Humber has a reputation for successful grads in many fields; radio broadcasting is a notable example. Take George Stroumboulopoulos (Strombo), who studied radio broadcasting at Humber and is now one of Canada’s most prominent … Continue reading Radio Broadcasting graduates from Humber show work ethic and flexibility
Lucy Sky This year’s Comic Expo at Humber featured special guests Manu Bennett (Spartacus and Arrow) and Shaun Hatton (G4 Tech TV’s EP Daily), as well as many other guests, publishers and vendors with tables showcasing and selling their work. Josh Paglione, Humber Students’ Federation’s programming coordinator, said the event which ran Wednesday at Lakeshore … Continue reading Comic Expo Mania
Director Stanley Kubrick is most famous for his major motion pictures, including ’2001: A Space Odyssey’, ‘A Clockwork Orange’, and ‘Full Metal Jacket’.
The TIFF Bell Lightbox is holding an exhibition dedicated to some of his most famous works, as well as some of his unrealized projects. Laurel MacMillan, director of exhibitions at the Lightbox said that it’s their largest exhibition yet and she feels very fulfilled seeing all of their hard work coming together so well.
The candidates were asked 18 questions relating to five main topics (severe weather and climate change preparation, improve air quality, improve the TTC, reduce waste and detox Toronto,) each yes resulting in one point.
People spend decades behind bars for crimes they didn't commit.