The #2015CaribanaFestival in Toronto

Written by @PresidentElla

           Damien and I lucked out and got to Toronto for the Caribana Festival. It was my first time and it was the perfect set up. Caribana is really just a huge bbq. People from all over [the Caribbean] enjoy this pride day, waving their country flags and displaying their beautiful women. There’s a wonderfully diverse community in Toronto and it was nice to be able to sit on my lawn chair with them. We stayed a short walk from Lakeshore drive, so we got pretty good seats. It was quiet in the morning when we walked the dog, but it was so packed with people later in the day, that Duchess wouldn’t walk in the crowd. I think the parade takes place around 11am-12pm. 

Dinner at @TheKegSteakhouse – Toronto, CA

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Alternative Artist: @GraphGonzales

Written by Brittany Shawnté

      Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Krista Gonzales, known professionally as Graph Gonzales, became interested in music as a teenager, listening to hip hop and eventually recorded herself for fun. “It was probably what I spent most of my time doing as an individual, writing verses and recording them,” Graph said. “It was kind of a natural thing that happened.” The city of Toronto, Graph noted, has a very eclectic sound that she’s really inspired by, including great alternative and avant-garde rock music that influenced her sound a bit.