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BY: KIZZY COURTNEY I’m sure many of you have used or have seen products from Vichy. Vichy is a great skincare line that offers great products for all skin types, and if you are familiar with Vichy’s products, you’ll probably know they are famous for the use of Thermal Water in their skincare. Added to […]
BY: TRISHA CURLING Not sure if you noticed my reference to one of my favourite hip-hop tracks, but we should all “have da props”. In this context, it’s yoga props of course. There is often an attitude when practicing yoga that using props means you are a beginner and/or not very good at yoga. I […]
BY: KEZIA ROYER-BURKETT Letter from a reader from the last article on situationships. Hey, I’m a first-time reader of your column and I’m so happy I picked up the paper this week. This is eye opening and as a matter of fact, I knew something was wrong with them but didn’t know what they were. These […]
BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO It is believed that guardian angels are assigned to protect us here on this Earth, to guide us and aide us...
Winner Miss West Indian Canadian Pageant 2017 - Alexsis Theodore BY: KABRENA ROBINSON After an eventful and exciting evening of talent showcase, evening wear and...
BY: KABRENA ROBINSON Conversations and awareness surrounding mental health have always been an area frequently shunned in society. Due to existing stigmas caused by...
BY: DT THE ARTIST One of the city’s favourite producers, T Major is building the soundtrack for the city. Starting off as a producer, T Major has spent time working with artists such as Hype, Dusty Wallace, Dre Barrs and Gee Wunder to name a few. As his production reputation started growing, out of necessity […]
BY: ALLISON BROWN Over the last few weeks, we have heard about Taquisha McKitty, the 27-year-old mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, and friend who as a result of a drug overdose was deemed brain dead. Mr. Stanley Stewart and Alyson McKitty, Taquisha’s parents believe “she’s still alive,” according to an article written by Pam Douglas of […]
BY: KEZIA ROYER-BURKETT Beyoncé’s song Upgrade You featuring Jay-Z popped into my head when I thought about a guy I dated aka had a situationship with. What is a situationship you ask? Well according to Urban Dictionary it is a relationship that has no label on it… like a friendship but more than a friendship […]
BY: TRISHA CURLING Some of the best things that have happened to me since deciding to incorporate yoga into my life are actually the development of what has happened off the mat. Yes, it’s incredible to feel stronger and have less tension and pain in my body, but the way in which I experience the […]
BY: KIZZY COURTNEY If you’re new to the realm of eyeshadow and want to add a bit more to the eyes than mascara we understand that picking out that first eyeshadow palette can be intimidating. With so many options out there, it’s hard to decide on which palette to go for, and what colours are […]
Photo by: Jelani Grant - TC Reporter BY: JELANI GRANT Though the Jamaica Diaspora Conference came and went more than two months ago, Jamaicans...
BY: KABRENA ROBINSON In a society where Eurocentric fashion styles and brands have predominated the mainstream, one fashion designer has taken on the task...
BY: KEZIA ROYER-BURKETT Hi, I’m Kezia and the writer of this new section Love, Likes, and Shares in the Six. This column is a space where I share my love experiences and thoughts and you the readers can send in your questions, thoughts, and stories about love, relationships, sex, dating, etc. and I will do […]
BY: KEZIA ROYER-BURKETT I’m a part of a fascinating WhatsApp group chat with many very interesting, entertaining and at times intriguing characters, and personalities, with various backgrounds, ethnicities, and gender. We talk about different topics and share our personal lives, we’ve become like a little family. A question that was recently brought up in the […]
BY: DT THE ARTIST A3C (All 3 Coasts) is a hip-hop music festival that happens in Atlanta, Georgia every year, usually on or around the first weekend in October. While there are many official A3C stages, there are also many opportunities for Indie artists to shine and taste some of the spotlight. Many promoters in […]