Pushing themselves forward July Talk returns to the Great White North for Canadian leg of their international tour
Oct27

Pushing themselves forward July Talk returns to the Great White North for Canadian leg of their international tour

July Talk is back on Canadian soil, and could not be happier to be home. Since headlining McMaster’s Welcome Week concert in September, the band has toured Europe and the United States to promote their new album Touch. The five-piece outfit began the Canadian leg of their tour in Kitchener on Oct. 25, and frontman and woman duo Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay shared their excitement about the Canadian rock scene, taking more risks in...

Strumbellas send-off Supercrawl Juno-award winning artists kick off world tour with spirited performance last Saturday
Sep15

Strumbellas send-off Supercrawl Juno-award winning artists kick off world tour with spirited performance last Saturday

Perhaps one of the most exciting weekends of the year in Hamilton is the annual arts and music festival Supercrawl. For three days, vendors and food trucks line the closed-off streets, with local stores, galleries and restaurants open at extended hours for the throngs of festival-goers excited to experience the vibrant art and music scene the city has to offer. This year, one of the most highly anticipated musical acts was The...

McMaster is a Pokemon GO hotspot Campus is alive with the newest Pokemon game, we have the inside scoop
Jul11

McMaster is a Pokemon GO hotspot Campus is alive with the newest Pokemon game, we have the inside scoop

By: Hess Sahlollbey Pokémon has always been about venturing out and searching for the those elusive little creatures. Whether you tried to collect your favorite cards or you just “gotta catch em all” on Nintendo’s Gameboy- that feeling of joy when we caught a new one kept us all hooked. Now with Pokémon GO, we have come even closer to feeling like a Pokémon trainer. Sadly the game does have a tutorial outside of a...

The “Taggart n’ Torrens” podcast makes being Canadian funnier than ever Former Trailer Park Boys actor Jonathan Torrens talks about making the podcast and why he loves Canada
Jul06

The “Taggart n’ Torrens” podcast makes being Canadian funnier than ever Former Trailer Park Boys actor Jonathan Torrens talks about making the podcast and why he loves Canada

Former Trailer Park Boys actor Jonathan Torrens talks about making the podcast and why he loves Canada.

[INTERVIEW] Michael Walsh Andy catches up with the Hamilton artist at Toronto Comic Con to discuss his incredible work for Marvel Comics and his sage advice for burgeoning young artists
Mar24

[INTERVIEW] Michael Walsh Andy catches up with the Hamilton artist at Toronto Comic Con to discuss his incredible work for Marvel Comics and his sage advice for burgeoning young artists

by By: Hess Sahlollbey Whether you’re a Trekkie, an aspiring cosplayer or simply hoping to meet others who share your interests, this weekend belonged to the fans as they took over the downtown Toronto core. Punisher, Batman and Superman all have big releases this month and made their presence known from the moment I got off the subway and headed to Toronto ComicCon. An annual convention, Toronto ComicCon takes over the city center...

Wake up to the Cartoon Revolution
Mar24

Wake up to the Cartoon Revolution

by Cartoons have been on the rise lately. Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls and Over the Garden Wall have gained substantial followings in the past year, and this audience doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere any time soon. Sailor Moon got a reboot in commemoration of its 20th anniversary, and Digimon got a direct sequel. Tumblr has also witnessed the return of older cartoons, and bloggers are revisiting shows like...