Celebrity Culture

Truth Is, People You Love Are Capable Of Shitty Things

Mike Sholars | Posted 05.30.2016 | Canada Living
Mike Sholars

I'm just asking for all of us to take a second and really analyze what's happening when we knee-jerk defend a celebrity. Do we truly think they're incapable of doing the act in question? Or do we just need to believe that we didn't invest our love and energy in a bad place? Only children think that someone they love is infallible because of that love. So let's grow up.

Parents: Help Your Kids Say "No!" to the #KylieJennerChallenge

Samantha Kemp-Jackson | Posted 06.27.2015 | Canada Living
Samantha Kemp-Jackson

As parents, we have an obligation to counter the messages and images that our children are bombarded with, particularly now. If we don't put a stop to it, we're destined to have a whole generation that is not only insecure, but psychologically scarred as well. Here are some tips to help your tween/teen.

I Don't Care About Kim Kardashian

The Purple Fig | Posted 02.09.2014 | Canada Living
The Purple Fig

Yes, looking at a butt selfie from Kim Kardashian is entertainment and sure, we need the escape sometimes, but I'm wondering if our society can make a little 2014 New Year's resolution: have a little more balance. Maybe a little less coverage of her and a bit more of someone we can relate to and learn from.

I'll Admit It: I'm Addicted to Awards Shows

Maria Lianos-Carbone | Posted 03.23.2013 | Canada Living
Maria Lianos-Carbone

Why is our society today so celebrity obsessed? I'm guilty of it and I bet you are too. Following the lives of celebrities is a form of entertainment in itself. Why do we do this?

Five Questions for Hina P. Ansari

Netta Kornberg | Posted 10.11.2011 | Canada
Netta Kornberg

Hina P. Ansari's relationship with Bollywood goes way back to the burgeoning of the industry. Her grandfather was a multi-faceted filmmaker known as o...