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Meet: UNCLE KAREEM

Meet Your favourite uncle, new generation ring leader, million miles wonder, UNCLE KAREEM. Who are you isolating with and how has that been? I am basically with my producer at home OR in the studio.. We are really just trying to make the best out of the situation and use the time where we HAVE […]

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Culture, News

Justice for Regis

Last Saturday, May 30 2020, thousands of peaceful protesters took to the streets of Toronto to honour the life of 29-year-old Regis Korchinski-Paquet. The protestors demanded justice and answers as Korchinski-Paquet died after falling 24 storeys from a High Park highrise during an encounter with police. The crowd was asked to #SayHerName, a movement to […]

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Culture, Features

Isolation Stories

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed modern life as we know it. Self-Isolation and social distancing has been a sudden and prolonged experience in this halted new way of life. We caught up with Artist’s from around the world to hear how they’ve been coping and how they stay positive. Name: Estere Anastasija City: Berlin Contact: […]

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Meet: Temi

Meet Témitope Shobowale: Entrepreneur extraordinaire, Community leader, Creator, Host, Professional Make-up Artist (#temiglow). What is the story behind the name Temi?  I actually started introducing myself as “Temi” around the age of eleven because I got tired of people having a hard time pronouncing my full name. I had just immigrated abroad from Nigeria. My […]

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News

JODO: The Dead Don’t Die

No doubt if you’ve been waiting to see the new Jim Jarmusch movie the immense and varied cast is a top reason for that. From Adam Driver and Billy Murray to Chloë Sevigny and Iggy pop, the cavalcade of characters never ends. The only person who maybe should’ve been there and wasn’t is the Kool-Aid […]

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JODO: Bandana

Holy hell, it’s like Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and a birthday all rolled into one. It’s the return of Madlib and Freddie Gibbs aka MadGibbs for their Piñata follow up Bandana. This feels like the heyday of Lil Wayne putting out the Carter albums; Piñata felt like the modern Carter 1 then in quick succession Gibbs […]

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Surajkund International Crafts Mela’19

The Surajkund International Crafts Mela (English: Fair) originated in 1987 and with each passing year it grows into more prosperity. Held in the National Caption Region of India, it is a colourful, traditional Craft Festival bringing light to the enormous talent of Artisans and Craftsmen in India. It showcases the rich culture of tribal craftsmen; […]

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Sex education

Cervical Cancer Human papillomavirus (HPV) is an extremely common sexually transmitted infection, most people at some point in their life will acquire it. There are 100 types of HPV, 13 of which cause cervical cancer. (WHO) Clitoris Nerves The clitoris contains 8000 nerve endings, that’s twice as many nerve endings as the penis. (health) FMG […]

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Searching for Kanye West

BBC Three and British journalist Ben Zand have just released a revealing documentary about musical genius and King of controversy Kanye West. Love him or hate him, Zand was on a mission to understand him. Traveling to his hometown of Chicago and speaking with some of his oldest and dearest friends, Zand’s mission was to […]

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