Days after his death, his former wife released a letter in the beast that is <em>Rolling Stone</em>, begging us not to glorify or romanticize the death of a rockstar who struggled with mental illness and drug addiction. Do you not think it's even more detrimental to vilify this man?
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I attended the University of Toronto for Health Sciences, but soon realized my passion lies in writing. <br> A freelance writer by day and a bartender by night (something needs to pay the bills), I enjoy writing about culture, the up-and-coming, and things that make people bump heads.
Tattoo culture as a whole is becoming more and more prevalent, especially among the millennial generation. Depending on who you ask, many young adults are of the belief that tattoos are becoming less taboo, both within society and the workplace.
10/28/2015 05:33 EDT
Finally, a Toronto sports team is making waves and showing signs of excellence. It may have taken us 22 years to make the playoffs again, but we're a patient city, aren't we? After all, we cheer for the Leafs year after year despite repeated disappointment. Now, the Jays are up to bat for Toronto at large.
10/13/2015 12:10 EDT
I had a very interesting experience yesterday at work during a shift that was otherwise destined for infinite nothingness
09/30/2015 04:43 EDT
It's unfair to assume that the ad is suggesting that a public listing of your bedpost roster is necessary for safe sexual health. That's not the case. All it seems to imply is that you should simply be real about sexuality in this modern age -- you're probably not Christopher Columbus landing upon virgin banks.
09/22/2015 05:34 EDT
This is not your standard art gallery that features one artist at a time with an entire exhibit. Instead, ARTarium aggregates a wide variety of different artists, even showcasing drastically different mediums. The space is intriguing and overwhelming all at the same time.
09/17/2015 05:19 EDT
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