Karlyn Percil has over two decades experience in banking. She recently took a huge leap, quit her job at a major Canadian bank and launched her own consulting firm.
The biennial Ashkenaz Festival celebrating Yiddish and Jewish music, art and culture kicks runs from August 31- September 10, 2016 in Toronto.
We all have mental bucket lists, but few of us will actually make the sacrifices to live out our wildest dreams. In fact, many of us grapple with the thought of even dabbling in our dreams in our spare time. 
Let’s face it—finding a hair stylist who specializes in black hair—or who isn’t afraid of it—can be very difficult. I’ll never forget the time I went to House of Lords in downtown Toronto to get my hair done. I heard raving reviews about the place. All sorts of celebrities had been there and it had been in business since the beginning of time. 
Suhuyini Abudulai was born in Accra, Ghana. She spent the first few years of her life in a city called Manzini in Swaziland. At eight, her family moved to Guelph, Ont., and later on, Wolfville, N.S.

Biking For Hope

Saturday, 11 June 2016 09:55 Written by
A bike group that started out as a small youth group has grown into a full out marathon for global change.
Brothas from the 6 is a group made up of black males born and raised in Toronto who aim to provide young men with positive images. Founder Jeff Martin teamed up with Kevin Johnson, David Wright, Haave Wright, Lorenzo Charlicombe, and Nicholas Barham. 
22-year-old Torontonian Owen Osinde, a student at Ryerson, was the big winner at a pitch contest at Branded TO, taking home a $5000 cheque for his startup, Sneakerdeck. 
The 34th Annual Harry Jerome Awards is this Saturday in Toronto. The event is dedicated to recognizing individuals in the black community that personify excellence. Samantha Clarke is receiving the Young Entrepreneur Award. 

Roxane Tracey On Creating Affordable Art

Sunday, 13 March 2016 14:13 Written by
Visual Artist and Poet Roxane Tracey is making art both accessible and affordable.