Josh Donaldson celebrates with third-base coach Luis Rivera as he scores on a three-run walk-off home run hit by Edwin Encarnacion in the eleventh inning on Oct. 4, 2016. (Photo: Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
With one swing it was over.
The cheers deafening. The...
National Seniors Day happened in Canada on Saturday and we didn't do anything about it. Did you?
This annual day seems to come and go with no real movement to inspire everyone to cheer in unison, "time to get up and show your respect and do something."
The commitment needed to make a marriage work is one thing.
Staying the course amid the ups and downs of a husband and wife who both are actors is quite another.
There are no bi-weekly paycheques. Many days are spent away from each other working on jobs in who knows...
The hottest theatre ticket in town these days may surprise you.
Introducing the November Ticket, a brilliant idea from a collective of artists that decided to do something that seems challenging in an oh so competitive marketplace.
Arm and arm, they decided to work together.
Sharing resources benefits...
In a world where a two-way exchange between government and citizen is the goal, it's encouraging when we see it actually happening.
Since the end of September, there have been a number of interactions and calls for insights from citizens.
The end goal is to create the...
One night. One stage. One opportunity to change your life.
It's not The Voice. It's not American Idol. It's not The X Factor.
Pins and needles sums up the recent third edition of Canadian Opera Company's (COC) Centre Stage , where audiences bore witness to some of...
Arts and culture has become a sector in the Canadian economy that has developed into a need to have versus a nice to have.
Over recent years, many Canadians have quickly understood the value of the billions of dollars the sector pours into the economy, the hundreds of thousands it...
There is an election happening, have you heard?
If advance poll numbers are any indication, Canadians are engaged like never before in recent memory and are coming out in big numbers.
Cafe chatter, cooler talk and dinner conversations are all infused with that same question: "What will Canada wake up...
The communal experience, now known as the WayHome Music & Arts Festival, created a blank canvas for attendees to literally live amongst each other for a three-day period this past July.
I was there.
What seemed to be an experiment of sorts in fact created lasting impressions inspiring...
Lights. Camera. Action.
In a few days, show business' big fete lands in Toronto and you are all invited.
The excitement of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is building and everyone can feel it.
It's a time that brings out the best and at times the...
In case you haven't heard, you can do anything in Hamilton. We even have a t-shirt to prove it. That place known as "steel town" is no more.
We have had the opportunity to experience this renaissance over the last 11 months, and see it now not as a fad,...
There is movement happening right now as you read this.
PANAMANIA. 250 performances & exhibitions over 35 days.
Simply put, it has ignited a collective energy in a city and connected citizens of all backgrounds like never before.
"United We Play" seemed to be the overarching goal for...
Oh, Dirty Dancing we love you.
Remember THAT song? "Now I've had the time of my life. No I never felt like this before..."
Cut to last week when two men stood on stage belting out the lyrics as if their lives depended on it....
Winning an award means something. For the recipient. For the public.
It changes the way we perceive someone or something.
In the Canadian fashion scene, there have been some recent efforts to use awards as way to shine a light on designers, and the specialists who make up this world....
Here's a riddle for you: What do you get when you pair a school with 42 actors playing 100 different characters with 40 original songs and dance numbers over a three hour period filled with 15 hours of scripted material unfolding simultaneously?
The answer is Canada's largest experiment in immersive,...
At a time where we as a planet are often said to be disconnected, it is once again art that brings us back to remember what is important.
We are a world filled with nature, humans, and animals. All of whom have a beating heart and magic the other can...
Oh, to be artistically relevant. And engaging. And funny. And smart.
We are talking about a romantic comedy. That magic formula. What is it?
Winning "Most Awkward Sex Scene" at the 2015 Canadian Film Fest?
Visualize that for a moment.
Take one more.
Putting all that aside...
In the world of the arts, there is one word that often will kick start a new work.
But that trust needs to be triggered by a question many are apprehensive to ask.
"Do you want to do this?"
We as Canadians often get a bad rap for not...
The general sentiment is that a good show will find an audience no matter what. Fans who like it will gladly tell everyone why they should be watching.
And then there are the critics. Will they be on side as well is always the question.
This television season has seen...
When it comes to the world of entertainment, we are a society that loves to discover that new talent. That new star. The new IT. That someone who at first glance on that screen, you feel that wow.
Recently, we had the fortune to host a private screening for