Canadian artists that have hit the pinnacle of success have made it apparent that you do not have to be an American artist to become well known. It is however incessant that you tour the United States, based on market size and accessibility reasons. Second-year student at Wilfrid Laurier University and member of his own band, Omar Elkhatib, put the […]
Minutes away from Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, is CTRL V, a not-so-typical, recently opened, arcade. Step aside, Dance Dance Revolution and classic pinball; it’s time to make room for headgear, futuristic black lights and simulations that place you as the main character of a game. Headlining this new venture is Robert Bruski and his partners, Ryan Brooks […]
Summer festival season has kicked off strongly with Ever After 2016 having just concluded at Bingemans. July and August, as usual, are the months of festivals, with WayHome and Boots and Hearts quickly approaching. Whether or not you are a festival novice, here is a festival checklist to live by: MAKE UP Everyone, listen up. Now, if you’re going to […]
Move over men, women might just be funnier than you. Female comedic leads in television are taking over and viewers seem to be pretty okay with it. Netflix and Hulu have recently been launching shows with hilarious women at the forefront. There seems to be a notion that guys can’t enjoy comedy performed by a woman, but I beg to […]
We all start somewhere. At just six-years old, Kyle Wappler made his foray into music with classical piano lessons. A likely start for many, Wappler soon found interest in rock music at the age of 10 and in grade eight, attended his first punk show. Yes, he’s a musician, but Wappler’s role as a prominent concert promoter is what makes […]
10 Cloverfield Lane could probably be studied in Film Studies 101 for its well-crafted screenplay.