Terry has been immersed in the music industry for the past 20 years as a musician, performer, writer, lyricist, teacher, and in recent years as a photojournalist. Her ability to capture and convey the essence and energy of the artist and the performance brings the magic of the experience to the reader.
The bright and bold purple sign above the entrance reads: “YOU NEED SOAP. P.U.”, with the initials P.U. standing for the store’s name, Purple Urchin (of course).
Imagine yourself seated at a table of 22, in a private room overlooking a breathtaking view of the city, indulging in a gourmet dining experience being created and served in front of you by the chef himself.
Philip Sayce’s playing style combines elements of soul, funk, and rock along a solid blues backbone.
Canada’s beloved national showcase for the performing arts, the National Arts Centre, is undergoing both an internal and external transformation, the first largest redevelopment of the building in its almost 50-year existence.
Ithaca, New York’s quad squad, the X Ambassadors, brought their forces of electronic rock to close out Cityfolk’s main stage on Sunday night.
“Dance to forget where you’re goin’, dance to forget where you’ve been, dance to remember the earth beneath your feet, dance to feel this moment that you’re in.”