Archive for August, 2014

Red House Painters – Make Like Paper

Posted on August 31st, 2014 by by Lisa Lagace

Way back then, I considered you my best friend. But the last time I saw you, I knew I’d never see you again.  This 12 minute opus is incredible. Sometimes people come into your life like a storm, and you truly believe they will be there forever. But storms never last. They take over your […]

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Giveaway – Back To School With Sapporo, Herschel and SOL REPUBLIC Headphones

Posted on August 28th, 2014 by by Lisa Lagace

  I’ve been sitting on this sweet giveaway for a while, as it seemed to make the most sense as a way to get you all excited for back to school. Or at the very least, for those of you who are past the college years, a nice way to cheer up about the cold weather […]

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Today’s Quote – Spend It Yourself

Posted on August 27th, 2014 by by Lisa Lagace

The trouble is if you don’t spend your life yourself, other people spend it for you. 

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Why Amex Canada’s Front of the Line Program is Built For Music Fans

Posted on August 26th, 2014 by by Lisa Lagace

The world of borrowed credit isn’t exactly one that is known for its support of music fans. Their target demo generally falls outside the staying up late, bouncing from show to show, youth driven music lifestyle. Fortunately – there is one company that has, for the past 25 years, understood that music fans are a […]

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TGIF – The Soul, Deep Fried Tequila and Alzheimer’s

Posted on August 22nd, 2014 by by Lisa Lagace

Whoa everyone! TGIF is back. I know, it’s been absent most of the summer, and for that I can only say my summer has been – as usual, busier than any other time of the year. I took on a new gig writing for Notable five days a week, on top of my regular contributions to […]

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