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Student club provides a second home to Caribbean students

The Caribbean islands are more than just vibrant outfits and party music. They're home to a diverse community with unique cultures. Many from this...

Reviving traditions: Bowmanville’s festivals make a comeback amidst pandemic recovery

In Bowmanville, Ont., the COVID-19 pandemic impacted more than just health, it struck at the very heart of the community's culture.The enforced quarantine, crucial...

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Student club provides a second home to Caribbean students

The Caribbean islands are more than just vibrant outfits and party music. They're home to a diverse community with unique cultures. Many from this...

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Student club provides a second home to Caribbean students

The Caribbean islands are more than just vibrant outfits and party music. They're home to a diverse community with unique cultures. Many from this...

Oshawa-raised artist Raechel Wastesicoot shines a light on beadwork at the RMG

Raechel Wastesicoot works at the Nature Conservancy of Canada by day, but otherwise she is a beadwork artist who has opened her first...

Reviving traditions: Bowmanville’s festivals make a comeback amidst pandemic recovery

In Bowmanville, Ont., the COVID-19 pandemic impacted more than just health, it struck at the very heart of the community's culture.The enforced quarantine, crucial...
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Juggling design dreams and studies: DC student’s tale of ambition and challenge

Cassidy Unra, a second-year Graphic Design student at Durham College, has transitioned from a business major to graphic design, a move she describes as...

Oshawa’s automotive legacy cruises into a historic 60th anniversary

The automotive industry plays an integral role in many people's daily lives, manifesting in forms such as buses, cars, and even watercraft. All of...

Whitby artist Justin Mezzapelli shares a journey of creativity and collaboration

Justin Mezzapelli from Whitby, Ontario, has a multifaceted talent pool. He's an actor, writer, filmmaker, photographer, and a self-proclaimed “big Lana Del...

From Whitby to the world: How Khrystal Thetford is painting a path to success on social media

In Durham Region, Whitby-based artist Khrystal Thetford has discovered that social media platforms provide more opportunities for growth than the local arts...

Local artists transform Oshawa’s cityscape with a burst of vibrant paintings

In Oshawa, artist Julia Latanski brightens the cityscape with her vivid paintings, drawing inspiration from the city she calls home. Latanski acknowledges the challenges...

Canada’s largest weekly worship event draws thousands to Whitby’s spiritual spectacle

Through the smoke and laser lights, among a sea of hands raised and unified voices, lights shine on a stage illuminating a band. People...

The spiritual journey behind Mathilda’s vegan restaurant in downtown Oshawa

The choice to launch a restaurant in the heart of downtown Oshawa was not one Mathilda Irawan took lightly. “I still remember what I was...

Weaving heritage and healing: the gift of a ribbon skirt

Susan Byrne comes from a big family in Newfoundland. She has over 30 first cousins, 12 aunts and uncles on her dad’s side, and...

Creative surge: Durham Region nurtures a thriving and inclusive art scene

As Durham Region expands, so does its artistic community. Since 2016, artists now constitute roughly 2.7 per cent of the area's population, as reported...

The curtain rises on DRIFF 2023

For the first time, a feature film by a local filmmaker will be shown at the Durham Region International Film Festival.DRIFF is an annual...

Music journalism in the 21st century: Raina Douris reflects on the changes

Despite the rapidly changing landscape of the music industry, music remains an integral to our lives.

Oshawa’s lip-sync ‘fun-raising’, fundraiser made a return.

Oshawa Music Week’s Our Lips Are Synced charity event supported the hungry while providing a fun time for viewers on April 4th.Durham College’s Music...