Confessions of a pocket dialer

“I’m seeing this guy who is more feminine than most. I don’t judge anyone for being homosexual or having feminine qualities – but as a girl who is interested in somebody with these qualities, you can’t help but have some questions.

How Therapy Affects the Lives of Young Adults

Today’s young adults carry a lot of weight on their shoulders having to cope with media influence and advances in technology, more than their grandparents’ generation. This age group has many more stressors, and it has begun dealing with some of the problems relating to those, with therapy.

The Internist

Every week, Emerge Magazine will feature the experiences, stories and lessons learned from our writers as they work to complete their internships at media outlets across Toronto, the GTA and abroad.

The Internship Survival Guide

I hadn’t found myself feeling so insecure about much since my awkward days of pre-pubescence and adolescence. The bad hair, the meek persona and the delicate way I sauntered into the boys change room after gym class that might have been a bit too gay for the other teen boys were all valid reasons to feel insecure about myself. But I was 16 then and that was high school.

In the Living Green: Wacky Weather

By: Casandra London Ever wonder whats been going on with this wacky weather? Join Casandra London as she explores how the constant weather changes affects Torontonians and animals. Edited and shot by Casandra London and Akim Burke

In the Living Art: Rap Cypher

By: Jen Gata and Jermaine Murray In hip-hop lies a culture expressed through a variety of art forms including Djing, emceeing, break dancing, and graffiti.  Emerge Magazine explores the world of hip-hop by taking it back to the days when the sound of rap music first hit the streets in the early 80’s, with a […]

In the Living Art: Get to Know Chris Brooks

By: Jenn Gata and Jermaine Murray He might look like Kid Cudi’s twin brother, but Chris Brooks has a rap flow that sounds like no other. Chris has the ability to spit his lyrics as fast as Busta Rhymes or slow it down like a verse that has been chopped and screwed texas style.  Just […]

Whats Good: Alioli Restaurante

By: Michelle Nelson and Matt Appelt Looking for a little piece of Italy here in the GTA? Alioli Restaurante offers guests contemporary Italian cuisine set in an elegant, yet relaxed dining area. Located just off Burnhamthorpe Road & Highway 10 in Mississauga it’s a busy place. The restaurant’s specialty- wine. Alioli has welcomed guests to […]

All in a day’s work

March 1 will always be a memorable day for me. I was researching a story that I wanted to get on air. I found a story about a U.S. study that concluded male fruit flies that were rejected sexually turned to alcohol for comfort. I was able to find audio to accompany the story, so I ran with the idea.

The Best Day of My Life

March 29, 2012 was by far the best day of my life. On this day, I was granted the opportunity to accompany a reporter while he covered the morning skate and game for the Toronto Maple Leafs. This was an absolute dream come true and to have this opportunity was just surreal. When we first arrived at the Air Canada Centre, we went town a tunnel past the Leafs’ dressing room.