Since taking Pamela Des Barres first Toronto writing workshop in 2012, I have made lifelong friends, bared my soul, and gained countless stories.
Toronto is a great city to visit, especially if you are the type who enjoys good food, movies and music. It might not be a known fact worldwide, but everyone who lives in Toronto is very aware of the vibrant music scene that is slowly making an impression on the...
It was a sweltering July day when I stepped off of Queen Street and into the lobby of Float Toronto.
It didn’t take long before I was completely in awe of Wallingford-Back’s incredible scenery.
I don’t remember sitting down and specifically deciding what I wanted to do with my life in terms of a career, because only one in a million will really know who they are at 18 years old, but I knew I had a serious passion for music. So when I applied to a small music-oriented college in Mississauga, Ontario (just west of Toronto) and got in, moving across the country felt right.
It was a charming April day when the stars aligned and photo-journalist Baron Wolman met a young freelance writer named Jann Wenner.
Oh, Ottawa. My home nation's capital city. Home to politicians and hooligans alike (although depending on who you talk to, these terms are one and the same). Ottawa was founded in 1826 as "Bytown". A terrible name if you ask me, having been named after Lieutenant...