Category: Entertainment and Culture

15 Year Old Boy Discovers Lost Ancient Mayan City

Written by SansSensibility Follow Sans Sensibility on Twitter @sanssensibility A 15-year-old boy believes he has discovered a forgotten Mayan city using satellite photos and Mayan astronomy. William Gadoury, from Quebec, came up with the theory that the Maya civilization chose the location of its towns and cities according to its star constellations.  He found Mayan cities lined up exactly with stars… Read more →

ZombieTV Sn1 Ep2 “May Day – May Day”

ZombieTV only on Grafik Culture Network Sn1 Ep2 “May Day – May Day” NOTE : offensive visual and audio content…. Not for the faint of heart Grafik Culture Network presents a talk show to take back media broadcast with real people discussing real issues on a platform built by the people for the people. Today 8Off Napo and guest King… Read more →

Just How Important is it Whether God Exists or Not when discussing anything Political?

written by Shara Love As I sit here on my couch on a late evening thinking back to a conversation I had with a friend the other day about the belief in God when it comes to many matters political, I ultimately wonder to myself – just how important is it whether God exists or not when discussing anything political?… Read more →

Artist of the Month: Verses the Octopus

Written by SansSensibility Artist of the Month VERSUS THE OCTOPUS Verses the Octopus is an indie electronic rock band, started back in 2010 by Robirt Soto. This project has been the perfect outlet for Rob Soto (Vocals, Guitar, Bass), Peter Cruz (Guitar, Synth) and Robyn Soto (Back-up Vocals, Synth/Drum machine). “The unique tastes, talents, and style of each band member… Read more →

Summer Movie List 2016

Written By SansSensibility One of the best things about summer is the over-the-top, mega-blockbusters that we’ve been waiting since Christmas to see.  The following is a line-up of the movies I’ve been waiting for with trailer links where you can also purchase tickets (through Fandango.com) because a) you know I’m right, and b) you know I have awesome taste in movies!… Read more →

Attawapiskat’s State of Emergency

Written by Graham Rucker Attawapiskat a First Nation’s community of about 2,000 people has been shook by a suicide epidemic. Since March 2015, 39 people have attempted to end their lives. This number does not include a suicide pact among 13 youth, including a nine-year-old girl, that was stopped on Tuesday. A mental health position fully funded by the federal… Read more →

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: Lexiquette

Written by SansSensibility Founded in 2013, LEXIQUETTE is the brainchild of Alexia Bréard-Anderson; Argentinean-Canadian cultural student and creative entrepreneur.  Based in Toronto, the prime vision of Lexiquette is to unveil a unique perspective of the creative generation we live in; aspiring to inspire and connect emerging minds to discover, create and integrate art and community. “I see what they’re inspired by. I… Read more →