How to Do Comedy and Not Be a Dick According to Folk Lordz
Folk Lordz are a duo who bring together their Indigenous and Eastern European backgrounds to make their unique brand of progressive weirdo comedy. They shared their tips on how to be funny while still being a good person.
Why I Shared My Wedding with 5 Other Couples
The Pop Up Chapel offers you an Instagram-worthy wedding for way less than the cost of the average wedding. You just have to give up creative control, do it all in an hour and share the day with up to 9 other couples.
Reclaiming the Heart of Ethiopian Flatbread
We meet food culture influencer Eden Hagos, also known as Black Foodie, to find out how to make injera, Ethiopia's traditional flatbread.
Scouring the Vintage Racks with Artist Alok
Alok is a poet, performance artists and fashion designer whose work confronts gender binary. They also have a sensational sense of style. We met up with them to try on some new outfits and talk about why clothing is political for them.
What it Costs to Make Your First Feature Film
JJasmin Mozaffari's film 'Firecrackers' won her the 2019 Canadian Screen Award for Best Director. She shared what it costs financially and personally to make an indie film.
Designing Superhero Costumes for Drag Queens
Leeland Mitchell is a costume designer who specializes in cosplay for drag queens. We find out why superheros and drag queens are a perfect match as he makes a Black Widow costume for Toronto drag star Baby Bel Bel.
How To Make Clubs Safer According to Women DJs
Nightclubs are often sites of sexual harassment and assault. We sat down with three DJs to talk about how club culture should change to make partying safer for women.
Studying Inside a Mock Murder House
Trent University's Crime Scene House is an old farmhouse staged to replicate scenes that forensic science students will encounter in real life We visited this unique and creepy laboratory to find out what they get from studying in this murder house.
Musician Rich Aucoin's Miniature Space Dystopia
Musician Rich Aucoin just released the video for his new song, ‘The Other.’ We visited the set to see how they created a sci-fi world in miniature.
Back to School with Viral Dancer Donté Colley
Donté Colley is a dancer & creator who gained viral fame with his positive Instagram videos. We followed him as he visited the high school where his love of performing blossomed.
Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture
76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
Humanizing Iconic Brands Through Art
Briony Douglas collected hundreds of items to create collage sculptures for her exhibition, Homage. Assembled to represent iconic brands, the pieces tell the story of the people behind brands we idolize. We went to her studio to see her work.