For ten seasons Survivor has been one of the most hotly anticipated reality shows on television, and thanks to some of the toughest challenges, and of course, some of the hottest babes, it’s continued to dominate the scene. With the eleventh season, Survivor: Guatemala, kicking off this month it’s looking like another huge season for the series, thanks at least partly to the fact that this could be the toughest competition to date.
New music from Valery Gore, Bella, Andy Stochansky, Ashley MacIsaac, the Great Lake Swimmers and an interview with Katie B. of Jakalope.
Last year was a big year for the Toronto International Film Festival as over 400 celebrity guests arrived for the parties, red carpets and festivities of North America’s most important film festival. However, that’s looking pretty pale compared to this year as an estimated 500 celebrities are confirmed for the 30th Festival of Festivals.
The last few years have brought movie fans a lot of remakes, whether in the form of TV shows brought to the big screen or just plain, old film retreads. Unfortunately, not very many of those remakes have been worth the trip to the theatre, let alone the celluloid they were filmed on.
Jessica Simpson is a hottie. You probably don’t need me to tell you this, but there it is all the same. She’s also a pretty hot commodity these days, which means you don’t have to look very far to see some of her latest projects.
In the debut episode of indiePod we play totally fresh music from By Divine Right, Memory Bank, The Weekend, NQ Arbuckle, and Christine Fellows.
Ah, yes. The great Canadian summer road trip. The holiday where it’s more about the fun you have along the way than the final destination. Whether travelling with a spouse, friends or the whole family, Travelocity.ca can help Canadians make the most out of their cross-country journey, with handy tips and a list of local treasures that can be found on and off the beaten path.
After a 13-city audition tour that took the judges across Canada and brought thousands of hopefuls before them, Canadian Idol has it’s top ten finalists and the stage is set for fans across the country to choose their new pop sensation.
Summer’s long, lazy nights have arrived, and everyone, young and old, will be searching for fun activities to pass the time. If heading out to go see the latest blockbuster is on the agenda, why not skip the multiplex and take a drive to your local drive-in? Amy Ziff, editor-at-large for Travelocity.ca, suggests drive-in movie theatres as an entertaining alternative to the traditional “night out at the movies”.
Everybody loves a good hero. They’re daring people with amazing abilities who want to make the world better. So it was natural that when computer animation finally became realistic enough to make anything look real, we reached back into the comic books and decided to make movies about the kinds of heroes we’ve always wanted to see on the silver screen… superheroes.