Six shows in Toronto to kick off the new year

(By: Angela McLean) “New year, more concerts.” If that is your motto heading into 2019, you are in luck! Your favourite artists are wasting no time getting back on the road to bless your ears and amplify your Instagram story. Kick off the new year the right way with these six shows happening across the city. Kacey Musgraves Friday, January 11 The Danforth Music Hall … Continue reading Six shows in Toronto to kick off the new year

Six bangin’ December shows to warm you up this winter

(By: Ally Yacapin) The leaves are falling, the weather is colder and the smell of hot chocolate is filling the air – that means the holidays are coming. But most importantly, it means the winter break is right around the corner! Here are six bangin’ shows that will warm you up this winter. Playboi Carti Monday, December 3 REBEL Tickets start at $48.42 This former … Continue reading Six bangin’ December shows to warm you up this winter

Ryerson students challenging the RU Pass

Ryerson University students continue to challenge the implementation of the new RU Pass on campus. Some students say they were not fully aware of the opt-out options regarding the pass due to the way the Ryerson Students’ Union advertised the referendum. Students also say the RSU needed to clarify the opt-out information brought up in emails. As a result, some are calling for a re-vote … Continue reading Ryerson students challenging the RU Pass

Students have strong feelings about the new RU Pass

After a university-wide referendum in October, students voted in favour of the U-Pass. The U-Pass will be for all full-time students to use the TTC at a discounted rate, starting in September 2019, and will be rebranded the “RU-Pass”. Many students are excited about the discount, but others who don’t use the TTC enough to benefit from the pass say it’s unfair. RUtv News reporter … Continue reading Students have strong feelings about the new RU Pass

MAX performing at Velvet Underground in Toronto

Review: MAX was all about good vibes in Toronto

(By: Angela McLean) With the spotlight on him, and his eyes on the crowd, MAX could not resist a smile. “If you’re so happy to be alive this evening, make some noise,” he shouted. The dance-pop singer from Hell’s Kitchen, New York, who packed Toronto’s Velvet Underground for the second time this year on Sunday night (Nov. 4), was met with more than just some … Continue reading Review: MAX was all about good vibes in Toronto