• Dan Murray Wins Toronto Poetry Slam

    In spite of not being a shinning student during school life, Murray outshines rivals. Recently, the poetry final that was held at Super Market on Sunday February 16, 2014 has been won by Dan Murray. The Poetry slam had featured 13 poets who struggled against each other in the three rounds. Nina Raynars reporter of Toronto Observe said that “Murray had walked away with a cash prize of $500 and […]

  • Five things to do in Toronto this weekend, March 7-9

    Five things to do in Toronto this weekend, March 7-9 BILLY JOEL This week New Yorker Billy Joel is going to play Madison Square Garden monthly.  Exactly, he is going t pop-up here and there rather than engaging himself for a prolonged tour. On Sunday, he will display some excellent flying traits through his flight’s hop at Air Canada Centre and that would be an amicable and joyous moment for the fans to […]

  • On writers and drinking: the Trip to Echo Spring

    Why most of the famous writers warrant to alcoholism or liquor? A British based writer Olivia Laing is quite wondered about that as she had already visited United States to investigate the lives of already published and famous drunks such as John Cheever, John Berryman, Raymond Carver, Tennessee Williams, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ernest Hemingway. No doubt, these men have contributed a lot for modern American literature and supposed to […]

  • Spoken word events in Toronto, March 2014

    Will anyone turn on the heat please? The coldest winter season that was notably colder than the past two decades is about to end peacefully in this month. No doubt, it is the supposed to be good timing of ending the season because the poetic words being spoken by GTA spoken word community will surely augment your overall temperature. This year is going to mark new milestones because a newly opened […]

  • Toronto writer live-tweets being locked inside the Bay

    Think for a while, you are in a shopping mall, intending to purchase groceries and many other items and suddenly the lights of the shopping mall turned off, how would you feel and what would you do? This is what recently has happened with a Toronto based woman Emily Keeler, a writer and editor. She used twitter for her help and offered a good piece of entertainment to her followers.  Actually, […]

  • Toronto Star writer has meltdown after Canada loses to US in ice dancing

    The Toronto Star’s writer Rosie DiManno -writing on Olympic ice dancing- is not happy.  She started melting down when a pair of U.S Meryl Davis and Charlie White beat out Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir to get the gold medal on Monday. Her piece of writing begins with some punching statement that describes the Ice Dancing as “a tawdry whore of a sport where the judges are the johns.”  She further writes […]

  • UBC’S Creative Writing Programs is celebrating 50 Years of Excellence

    It was the 1965 when the famous poet Earle Birney established his impressive creative writing department in University of British Columbia. It was supposed to be first program in Canada that had primarily focus on the skills of creative writing.  In the coming weekend, the faculty members and graduates will celebrate the 50 years of excellence of this department at Vancouver. No doubt, the contribution of this department to Canadian literature is […]

  • Veteran Toronto writer pens scathing column on Pegula

    Will my fandom believe that Sabres are non-functional and they were supposed to be made-in-Buffalo phenomenon? These were the views of veteran writer David Shoalts who wrote this scathing article in the Globe and Mail and it was supposed to be hard hitting criticism. He opens the article with some punching statements “If there were a trophy for worst owner in professional sports, Terry Pegula would have that thing locked down tighter […]

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