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Here is Stars’ “Hold On When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It”: . What: Canadian Music Festival (CMF) Who: Stars and Yukon Blonde Where: The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Avenue Price: $55 for a 6-day wristband (a steal of a deal!) Bonus: Hipsternation, with everyone clad in toques and scarves […]Read more "Canadian Music Festival: Stars and Yukon Blonde"
Here’s a song by Martin Solveig (featuring Kele) to get the party started, called “Ready to Go”: . Who: DJs Laidback Luke, Martin Solveig, Autoerotique, GTA What: Embrace presents Super You & Me Where: Sound Academy, 11 Polson Street Price: $25 Bonus Features: Bunch of youngins in crazy costumes; $6 bottle of water; extensive hearing […]Read more "Dance Your Face Off: Laidback Luke and Martin Solveig"
Thank you to everyone who read, liked, and shared my previous post, “How To Be A Slut.” I truly appreciate the feedback, since I think that this is an issue that needs to be talked about. Today, I received this comment on the post from someone with the name Realist Existentialist: “This is not a […]Read more "Update: How To Be Selfish"
The other day I overheard this questioning statement: “So, this isn’t so bad, is it? The whole hanging out thing?” Here is a beautiful cover of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” by Birdy (the original is great, too!): . The scene: A coffee shop on St. Clair Avenue West, late afternoon shifting subtly into that post-5 […]Read more "Observations in a Coffee Shop: The Post-Break Up Hangout"
Okay, so, technically, I’ve legally been an adult for 7 years now – although I shudder to admit that I turned 18 that long ago. But when I think of the supposedly synonymous term “grown up,” with all of its implied ability to be responsible and serious, I don’t really feel like one at all. […]Read more "On My Supposed Adulthood"
For our third city, the theme song was “All the Umbrellas in London” by The Magnetic Fields, one of my favourite bands. As we only had two days and three nights here, it was a whirlwind tour, and I definitely have to return to London when it’s warmer and get to know the city better. […]Read more "Holiday Travels, Part III: London, England"