Arts

Tillana Desai Friends actor and comedian Matthew Perry is finally going home after three months in a hospital bed. In a tweet posted Friday night, Perry wrote, “Three months in a hospital bed. Check.” This...

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I was raised my entire life to be an independent, self sufficient woman who was taught to reason through everything that life might throw at me. So how did I end up in an arranged...

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Maheen Malik Cell phones used to be a status symbol only the rich would indulge in, but today they are devices that even toddlers play and learn on. Let’s explore 30 years into the past when...

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Every month, comic book artists excitedly discussed their work with each other in the middle of the busy Toronto Media Arts Centre venue, grateful for a safe space to showcase their work and make new...

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Critics of the show cited fat shaming as a large issue with the plot and questioned whether the weight loss aspect was necessary....

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Canada's Wonderland announces a new roller coaster coming in 2019...

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Humber game programming student Peter Tran has a vision that will help the blind play virtual reality games. The concept involves using VR goggles, two controllers, vibrations and sound to help visually impaired gamers to...

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Amy Chen Canadian players stared intensely at their laptop screens while their fingers moved rapidly on their video game controllers, duking it out against their unseen U.S. opponents. Mississauga’s Square One Microsoft Store teamed up...

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Two Humber College alumni, heard about major rock music festivals that wouldn't return to Toronto and felt a gap had been created in the local music scene they loved, and have worked to build their...

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"Eighth Grade" tells the story of an eighth grader's final weeks before she goes off to high school....

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