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The Mortified Guide, an international teen angst storytelling phenomenon, now on Netflix

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Netflix has released a six-part series from the Mortified podcast and live stage show called ‘The Mortified Guide,’ in which adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids (old diaries, letters, lyrics, art) in front of total strangers. It’s one of the most healing and honest things – it watches like a salve for the soul. Check out the… Read more »

United Way creates platform for the GTA to embrace its local love

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United Way Greater Toronto, working with communities in Peel, Toronto and York Region, has announced the official launch of their new digital magazine LocalLove.ca. With a focus on unleashing the power of local love and igniting lasting change, the site is a place where readers can find easy ways to live well and do good. Featuring stories on local changemakers,… Read more »

Allison Raskin shares ‘9 Reasons Why I Love Being a Woman on the Internet’ video

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Allison Raskin created a new video for Elle’s new series on rage, ‘Fired Up’. In ‘9 Reasons Why I Love Being a Woman on the Internet,‘ Allison barely contains her fury. It’s hilarious, but very real. “Gosh, it’s great to be a woman on the internet, isn’t it? First of all, nobody will ever harass you or send you weird DMs. No nude… Read more »

bombz tv, a new Brooklyn-Based web series announce season 1

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Brooklyn-based studio Room 17 has launched a new web series called bombz tv, with the goal of offering an intimate, behind-the-scenes peek into the local music community and various projects that are tied to the underground studio.   Produced by Joe Rogers and Aaron C. Peer, its laid-back style is reminiscent of MTV’s classic 120-minutes, with footage ranging from clips of various artists jamming in… Read more »

Shuffler.fm hooks up with Sonos

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This week, Shuffler.FM announced that it will no be playable via Sonos (a system of HiFi wireless speakers and audio components). You can fill your home with new music from the web’s leading blogs in music culture. You scan check us out on Shuffler.FM here. Shuffler.FM (with the help of SONOS) is also launching PAUSE, a quarterly journal that collects the best of the… Read more »