Beyography has arrived and it’s all the rave in Toronto right now. The Beyoncé inspired dance class has spread quicker than you can say her name. 
The Apt. by 8OO SQ FT.  is a first-of-its-kind shoppable apartment that offers a curated collection of home, fashion and beauty - hand selected for the urban dweller.
Jason Blackwood, 27, a mentor-turned-entrepreneur from Toronto wants his clothing brand Grandslammer$ to act as a symbol inspiring people in his community to strive towards their dreams.
Whether voice, text or email, when you need to get a message out, Andre McNaughton says his system is the fastest way to spread the word. The idea for his RentBark software was inspired by frustration. 

‘Shoe Nuts’ Turn Passion Into Business

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 15:33 Written by
When friends Leslie Roach and Shamere Gentles were growing up along Scarborough’s Agincourt basketball courts, they couldn’t afford to buy the hottest new NBA kicks (Jordans, obviously). 
As a self-proclaimed style enthusiast who tries to keep up with my local style happenings, I had not heard of Ellé Marks before receiving the invite to the grand-opening.

Entrepreneur Ricky Neckles On Starting From Zero

Monday, 16 March 2015 15:34 Written by
Ricky Neckles is a Grenadian-born Canadian entrepreneur, mechanical engineer, software developer, public speaker and community servant.
Toronto’s hottest new lifestyle publication, HOLR Magazine, is redefining the print landscape in Canada. The chic bi-monthly mag brings readers across the country the latest in style, entertainment, health, love and so much more. HOLR’s most recent issue features one of the music industry’s newest up and coming "it" girls, V. Bozeman on the cover.

"Don't Let Money Motivate You"

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 00:00 Written by
Every Saturday night on G98.7FM, without fail, between 7pm to 10pm, Karl the Hitman Marshall treats oldies lovers to the musical gems that had them dropping dance moves like the prep, the worm and electric slide as teenagers.
There are over 475,000 people who identify as African/Caribbean/Black living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Our experiences often vary, depending on the city of residence and financial status.