Star Wars fans rejoice as actor reveals Han shot first

Filmmaker George Lucas has received endless flack for his "adjustments" to the original Star Wars trilogy, and it doesn't seem like it'll be letting up any time soon. Actor Paul Blake, who played "Greedo" in the first film, cleared some things up in an interview with New York Daily News this Wednesday in honour of what fans call … Continue reading Star Wars fans rejoice as actor reveals Han shot first

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Canadian Music Week: What to check out in the city

Hundreds of bands are descending upon Toronto from May 2-8 for Canadian Music Week, and it’s information overload deciding where to spend your time. Luckily, we’ve compiled a respectable list of artists and venues you’re going to want to check out before the weekend. Monday, May 2: Lights at The Danforth Music Hall The biggest name kicking … Continue reading Canadian Music Week: What to check out in the city

Artists express themselves at Lakeshore exhibition

The Visual and Digital Arts Merger exhibit might have been billed as a showcase for graduate talent, but for some students, it’s a chance to take on more personal issues. “Recently my best friend went through a breakup, so I tried to take her sadness and put it through my own perspective,” said Tanisha Bryan, … Continue reading Artists express themselves at Lakeshore exhibition

Police remind motorcyclists that safety comes first

Toronto Police are reminding motorcycle riders — and drivers of other vehicles on the road — to be safe with the return of warmer weather. Officers and school instructors gathered in the Learning Resource Commons (LRC) at Humber’s North Campus to host a Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Media Day on Thursday, an event they hope … Continue reading Police remind motorcyclists that safety comes first

Lakeshore exhibit shows how everyone depends on charity

Charity reaches further than most of us would think, and Humber Lakeshore’s newest exhibition aims to prove it. “We Are All Charity Cases” takes place from March 31 to April 13 in the L Space Gallery, and event organizers say they hope to show viewers that underprivileged citizens aren’t the only ones who benefit from … Continue reading Lakeshore exhibit shows how everyone depends on charity

Terminally ill man granted right to die in Toronto Thursday

An unnamed man with terminal cancer was given the right to end his life with the help of a physician in a Toronto court Thursday, and it’s just the latest development in the fight for the right to die. The 81-year-old man, identified only by the initials “A.B.”, has told doctors that he is “ready … Continue reading Terminally ill man granted right to die in Toronto Thursday