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Sara Harowitz is a graduate of Ryerson’s School of Journalism and was the editor of the Ryerson Review of Journalism's Summer 2012 issue. Over the past few years she has contributed to such publications as andPOP, Sticky Magazine, OTM zine, Burner Magazine, and She Does The City.

Frankie Rose

‘Interstellar’ By Frankie Rose Is Cosmic, Mystical, And Full Of Life

Frankie Rose never intended to be a musician. In fact, she’s only really been making money from music for a year. She used to bartend in Brooklyn (where she’s still based), and the longest job she ever held was that of a bike messenger in San Francisco. Go figure.

Interviews, Musicians
My Very Dutch Addiction

A Very Dutch Addiction

I knew it was something I wanted to do even before I moved to the Netherlands. It’s such a part of life there. Sure, people do in Canada too, but not nearly as much or as openly. It’s not nearly as easy to do in Canada. Once I finally arrived in the Netherlands, I was surrounded by people doing it; I was hard-pressed to find someone who wasn’t.

Commentary, Culture
Nard-tastic: The Evaporators’ New Album

Nard-tastic: The Evaporators’ New Album

The new Evaporators album, Busy Doing Nothing!, has fun song titles like “Hot Dog High,” “Milkshake Murder,” and “Hate Being Late”.

Music, Reviews
Imperial Pub

Soul in the Walls

Culture, Memoir, Nostalgia
MUSIC: 10 Reasons You’ll Love Mister Heavenly

MUSIC: 10 Reasons You’ll Love Mister Heavenly

Mister Heavenly is a super-trio made up of Nick Thorburn, Joe Plummer of Modest Mouse, and Ryan Kattner.

Music, Reviews
FILM: To Love Like Crazy

FILM: To Love Like Crazy

It never works out like it does in the movies. Or in the case of Anton Yelchin's "Like Crazy", it just never works out.

Film, Reviews
The heart of carrying on

The Heart of Carrying On

Today marks one year since Gabrielle’s death. It’s still hard for me to grasp that she’s gone. We danced together in Grades 11 and 12 back home in Richmond, BC...

Essays, Literature, Memoir
The Way of the Atlas (Obscura)

The Way of the Atlas (Obscura)

Atlas Obscura is a place for the imaginative, for the inquisitive, for the open-minded.

Culture, Digital
{Music} Welcome to Planet PremRock

{Music} Welcome to Planet PremRock

I first met Markus Debuque at a hostel in Greece, where we bonded over a love of music. After chatting for a bit, he told me he was actually a musician – a rapper, to be exact. I was skeptical.

Music
The Harmonious Happenings of The Reckoners

The Harmonious Happenings of The Reckoners

It’s pretty safe to say that your first album is a success when the worst review you get states that your CD would be good to bring home to a girlfriend.

Interviews, Musicians

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