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Artist Spotlight: Brian Passmore

Smooth guitar rifts, combined with imaginative lyrics sung through a delightful voice of creative passion is what I heard when I first listened to “Baseball Tuesdays Bedroom Rock.” A digital album composed of a song a week, written from scratch, for 9 weeks by Toronto musician Brian Passmore. From “Riverside Station” to “Handsome Thief” it […]

Reliving the Classics: Black Tiger II vs. Wild Pegasus

November 13th 2005 is a date that holds a lot of meaning to the word of professional wrestling. One of the greatest technical wrestlers to ever step foot in the squared circle, Eddie Guerrero, passed away due to arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease at The Marriott City Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota on this date. Remembered by most […]

Blockbuster Day of Trades for Blue Jays

Once again, Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has made a surprise move in trading for a player he has long coveted. For over two years Anthopoulos has had his eye on a young centre fielder in St.Louis by the name of Colby Rasmus and today he acquired him to play in Toronto. Similar […]

Blast from the Past: Short Circuit

Title: Short Circuit Starring: Ally Sheedy, Steve Guttenberg, Fisher Stevens, Austin Pendleton, G.W. Bailey Director: John Badham Written by: S.S. Wilson & Brent Maddock Synopsis: Steve Guttenberg and Ally Sheedy co-star in this high-tech comedy adventure about Number Five, a robot who escapes into the real world after he short-circuits in an electrical storm and […]

Writer Spotlight: Melania Fedyna

Melania Fedyna is a 21-year old writer born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She is the owner and operator of “The Aristobrat”, a blog with the tagline “Culture + Music + Critique.” An avid fan of fashion and film, Fedyna has made several appearances as an extra in movie and television production, while fashion and […]

Reliving the Classics: Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Liger Superbrawl II

Jushin “Thunder” Liger, one of the most recognizable names in Japanese wrestling, has made a name for himself in numerous wrestling organizations across the world and it was on Christmas Day in 1991 that he defeated “Flyin’” Brian Pillman at a World Championship Wrestling house show for the coveted WCW World Light Heavyweight Championship that […]

Roberto Alomar Enters the Hall on Sunday

December 5th 1990 is a date that stands out in the minds of many Toronto Blue Jays fans. It is a date with almost as much importance to the franchise as October 24th 1992 and October 23rd 1993 when the Jays won their back-to-back World Series titles. On this date, the Jays made the decision […]