“Why wasn’t fully committing to creation more desirable than observing what everyone else was doing and doing the same?” (Shraya 4). Indie artist Neela Devaki has been writing songs that only a small few seem to actually want to listen too, but when one of Neela’s songs goes viral by internet cover artist RUK-MINI things begin …

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“Rule number one of being a woman from Trinidad: be hella fierce,” (Kamal 5). Trisha hates her father who comes and goes as he pleases living his life between his family in Trinidad and his one with Trisha and her mom in Toronto’s east-end. Trisha wishes he would stay in Trinidad though because when her …

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On Saturday I went with my sister and her boyfriend to the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto to see the musical Dear Evan Hansen. I first heard about the musical two years ago when it made a buzz at the 2017 Tony Awards winning Best Musical, Best Original Score and a number of other awards. It follows seventeen-year-old …

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I have a strange taste in music that mostly consists of showtunes and a few pop and indie songs in the mix. I listen to the radio a lot and find what music I like their, usually attaching myself to one song that I’ll listen to on repeat until I get bored with it or …

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I’m not very good at remembering certain things I’ve done; or rather I’m not great at remembering achievements. It’s not that I have a bad memory; it’s actually pretty good (unless it’s remembering people, then its bad). It’s just that I Maybe I just have too high standards for myself, whatever the reason I wanted …

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Welp, another Fan Expo has come and gone, which just means I need to write a blog post about exactly what happened! My sister and I left for the GO Bus to Union Station at three o’clock on Friday and her boyfriend and his friend got on at another stop so we all traveled to …

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I had made plans with one of my friends on Wednesday to have a day at the Ex. It had been a long time since I’d been there and since we’d hung out in general so it seemed like a great place to do both. So we each took the train, her from Etobicoke and …

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On Saturday I went to Toronto with my dad and sister to see Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera at the Princess of Wales theatre in Toronto.  I can’t remember when we decided to see it, only that Mirvish called us to tell us the shows coming for the upcoming year and my sister got excited …

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