1990s

Remembering 9/11 as a Millennial

Vivien Chang | Posted 11.11.2013 | Canada
Vivien Chang

For most Millennials, life thus far is divided into two distinct components: pre-9/11 and post-9/11. At the dividing line lies the first news report on the radio or the phone call in which the person on the other end said, "Turn on the TV." 9/11 forced us to grow up overnight, and growing up was not all that it's cracked up to be.

Now That I'm a Mom, I'm Less Vice and More Economist

Natalia Yanchak | Posted 11.27.2012 | Canada Music
Natalia Yanchak

Pondering the genesis of hipsterdom, I often trace it back to Vice, and the importance they laid on the concept of "cool." I mean, Vice didn't invent it, they just presented a pre-existing sub-culture in a consumable format. And yeah: back then, I understood what Vice was because I was living it. But it's not 1997. After having a kid, I was admittedly nervous about having a full-colour, glossy magazine showing stylized images of syringes, used condoms and blood-soaked models lying around the house.

Smashing Pumpkins Contest

The Huffington Post | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 08.02.2012 | Canada Music

To celebrate the launch of HuffPost Canada's sparkling new music site, we're flying a lucky winner and their even luckier friend to New York Cit...

Dreaming Of The 90s? Bring Them Back In A Modern Way

The Huffington Post Canada | Meredith Gillies | Posted 06.13.2012 | Canada Style

Yeah, sure, so it’s the 21st Century and we love our iPhones, but sometimes (read: most of the time) we long for the good old fashion days of the 19...