Shad makes his mark in hip hop scene

London rapper amps up summer music festivals

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

Shad holding a paper card of his name written upside-down

Shadrach Kabango is finding a niche for hip hop within the indie scene.

A London native, Shad, as he is known professionally, has been busy working the indie circuit since 2004, when he won an unsigned talent competition held by Kitchener’s 91. (read more)

Hit downtown London's outdoor nightlife

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

Patio bars become your second home once summer hits. From people-watching to socializing, London has the perfect patios to fulfill your drinking needs:

BARNEY’S: Barney’s is the patio of all patios. (read more)

This week's Dirt: Good news for Hasselhoff

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

A younger David Hasselhoff

In the ultimate proof of karma, Bobby Brown is now homeless. After ruining his marriage to Whitney Houston due to his drug use and spousal abuse, Brown is now spending his nights on the couches of kind-hearted friends. (read more)

Enviro-conscious bands offer more green strategies

Concerts getting eco-friendly

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

Ever wondered how musicians can preach environmental friendliness while driving mammoth-sized buses all over the continent? With the global warming movement in full swing, many artists are taking steps to erase their carbon footprint. (read more)

Etsy.com, an eBay for hipsters and quirky customers

Thursday, June 21st, 2007

If you’re looking for interesting ways to spruce up your wardrobe, look no further than your home computer.

Etsy.com is a network for independent creators, crafty entrepreneurs and street fashionistas looking to buy and sell their handmade treasures. (read more)

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