“No two days are the same, and every day there is the same amount of work. When I’m doing that work is different,” Persico said.
“Honestly, my passion for writing and basketball overrode anything else. Money was secondary in that sense.”
Working as a freelance journalist is hard, but being a woman is even harder.
Spark Sessions, Toronto’s first fashion and beauty blogger conference returned to Toronto this weekend, adding more creativity, blogging, education and hands-on workshops to their annual two-day conference. On Nov. 15 and 16 at District 28,…
MakeWorks studio has recently opened its doors to the public. This innovative, multipurpose workspace is home to both digital and physical designers. With the use of tools such as their 3-D printers, locals can take their ideas from the computer screen to reality.
“I am against any race that is not of my race,” shouts a man standing near the corner of King Street East and Church Street on Nov. 15. “That is the human race!” A light flicks on, microphones come out and a television reporter stands next to him. The camera’s light acts as a beacon, drawing other journalists.
It’s no secret that Scarborough doesn’t have the greatest reputation. The word itself brings on negative associations of drugs, crime and violence, and it’s been like this for quite some time. How much of that, though, is based on actual fact?
One of the lesser-known candidates running to be mayor of Toronto says the outcome of this municipal election may not just be a new mayor, but a new voter. Candidate James Di Fiore, entered the…
Terrell Owens believes the Buffalo media has been provoking him.