About the author  ⁄ Megan Mcarthur

  In 1997, just over 20 years ago, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was released and changed the market for children’s books. The British Library in central London is hosting an exhibition to mark the 20th anniversary from Oct. 20, 2017 to Feb. 28, 2018. This exhibit shows how ...

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Oh yes it was! Toronto Fashion Week started on Monday and it was fabulous. Day one was filled with meet and greets and exciting runway shows for the public. One show that had people shoving for a front row seat was Triarchy Denim. Triarchy is a denim company based out ...

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As the years progress, some jobs are becoming obsolete. Cashiers at grocery stores are being replaced by self-checkouts, people are doing their banking on their phones, and consumers order more products online. But there are jobs that will always be needed in the community. Trade jobs like plumbing and welding ...

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Many students want to travel and see the world, but money usually takes first priority. What good would spending tens of thousands of dollars be, for just one year of study? It turns out there are many benefits to being a student studying abroad. “They’ll learn different cultures, they’re going ...

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Pop-rock musician Gavin Degraw played in Toronto at the Mod Club on Wednesday night (Oct. 25). Fans stood outside waiting for hours in the cold October air so they could push their way to the front of the stage. The singer-songwriter opened his show with his hit ‘Chariot‘ from his debut album. ...

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Whether an artist is playing a concert for a room of 100 or an arena of thousands, nerves are normal. Listening to Angel Forrest get up on stage and belt out her blues, no one would know if she were nervous or not. Forrest’s show at Hugh’s Room Friday night ...

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