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People line up for local vendors at Design Republic

By Monika Sidhu and Vicky Qiao — One of the city’s most attended local markets, the Trinity Bellwoods Flea returned to Toronto with its first summer event this Sunday—after being held put on pause for a few months because of the pandemic. The monthly curated shopping event celebrates and supportsContinue Reading

Vicky Qiao Hundreds marched peacefully along Toronto’s Bloor Street Saturday to protest anti-Black racism and police brutality. Organized by RememberThe400, the rally was called “This Is How We Shall Overcome.”  The march started off at Christie Pits Park and ended in Queens Park, in front of the Legislative Assembly ofContinue Reading

Pauper's pub patio

Vicky Qiao ⁠— As summer quickly approaches, some restaurants in cities across Ontario can now open for outdoor dining after enduring 12 weeks of lockdown. But many still cannot.  The province announced Monday its plans for Phase 2 reopening, with rules about capacity and safety for restaurants and bars openingContinue Reading

Lady 'A' performing at a concert

I downloaded my first Lady Antebellum song in 2014. It was ‘Need You Now’—the catchy song about someone feeling lonely and calling their former love in the early hours of the morning. It topped all the charts that year.   At that time, I wasn’t exactly a dedicated fan. MyContinue Reading