A Few Thoughts On 2018 Eurovision Winner

On May 12, Israeli Netta Barzilai won the annual Eurovision Song Contest with her catchy pop/dance song called "Toy."[1] Wrapped in a "colorful, happy vibe," the song makes an allusion to female awakening and a call for social justice. Immediately, the streets of Tel Aviv became filled with happy people dancing and jumping into fountains. … Continue reading A Few Thoughts On 2018 Eurovision Winner

Book Blitz & Giveaway: The History of Hilary Hambrushina by Marnie Lamb

Publication date: May 31st, 2017 Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult Synopsis Hilary has one goal for her first year in junior high: to become popular. But her plans are turned upside down when her best friend leaves for the summer and a quirky girl named Kallie moves in next door. Kallie paints constellations on her ceiling, sleeps in … Continue reading Book Blitz & Giveaway: The History of Hilary Hambrushina by Marnie Lamb

“Pierrot: the Broken Girl” by Masha Cavallier

I’m excited to announce that one of my friends, a Toronto-based photographer Masha Cavallier, will be hosting an art exhibition from December 14 to December 28, 2017. The exhibition will take place at Berenson Fine Art Gallery located at 212 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON. Titled “Pierrot: the Broken Girl,” this project represents “an attempt to find … Continue reading “Pierrot: the Broken Girl” by Masha Cavallier

The AIA Annual Meeting in Toronto

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is the oldest organization in North America devoted to the studying and disseminating knowledge about archaeology. In many ways, it’s similar to the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) and American School of Oriental Research (ASOR). All three pursue relatively similar goals, release beautiful magazines, and organize annual meetings that include … Continue reading The AIA Annual Meeting in Toronto