The GATE and Hamilton Watch want to make one lucky winner feel like a star, and to celebrate the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival we're giving away a Ventura watch with an interview lounge experience.
Put me in a car, with the open road, and I may be just about the happiest guy around. My family and I went on a road trip, from Toronto to Sault Ste. Marie, and we drove a 2017 Ford Flex on an adventure that included parks, beaches, bugs, science, history, and a lot of fun together in our amazing province. It was a getaway that showed off why road trips can be so much fun, and why Ontario is such an incredible place to live.
Music inspired by ‘The Black Prince’ features Talib Kweli, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Raxstar & Satinder Sartaaj
Inspired by the first English-language film about the last King of Punjab, LA’s Rukus Avenue has released The Black Prince, Music Inspired By The Motion Picture, featuring American artists Talib Kweli and Tisha Campbell-Martin collaborating with Indian artists Raxstar and Satinder Sartaaj.
Toronto's Iduna want to bring back the alternative rock that they grew up on in the 90s. For the mindful, alternative quartet, growing up on Toronto's festivals and music venues inspired them to follow their influences and deliver a mix of heavy, soulful, and high energy rock and roll.
Change is empowering women--from the Women's Marches in the United States, and female mentorship programs like Sheryl Sandberg’s #LeanInTogether--and on television Netflix has been a strong supporter of bringing women together, and to the forefront of their own stories.
My family raised me on country music. When I was a kid, my mother and grandmother listened to nothing but old school country, and that certainly rubbed off on me. My tastes are all over the place, but country still speaks to kid in me that grew up on it, so when I got an invite to come down to Chicago to cover the Windy City Smokeout country music festival, I was excited for a whole bunch of reasons.