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BLOG! SPRING FEVER
Many who suffer from Spring Fever may not be aware of it until it’s too late. It can
There are very few things that suck about spring. Like honestly, the world smells
exams and finals are surely lazy creatures by nature, and are now realizing the
like shit and I couldn’t be happier about it. The sun’s out, the guns are out, the shorts are short, and the boards are long. Everyone is getting their groove back, and while many of us are recovering from the “finals flu” we should all be aware
sneak up on you like a furtive frat boy on a crowded dance floor, who’s face you never end up seeing but who’s hands have now spent more time on your booty than your own. Some might even deny the existence of Spring Fever, but as a frequent victim, I can assure you of its certainty. People are way cute when they can finally shed their previously ever-present outerwear, ok? Those of us who chose procrastination as our drug of choice to drag us through time for teeny weeny outfits is nigh; we’ve put off the task of becoming a hot tamale before summer arrives for far too long. So, mind you watch your back at the crowded gym in these next few weeks, because Spring Fever can strike
of another seasonal ailment one might never see coming.
at any place- any time-and bouncing your badonkadonk up and down on the
Spring Fever: a sweet sweet sickness adopted by a friend and I in high school
corner will only increase your risk of contamination.
when we realized that the spring season brings about the desire to get yo flirt on.
elliptical in tiny spandex shorts while some iron pumping brosiff ogles from the
Whether it’s you yourself that has come down with this affliction, or if it’s a friend
*Symptoms include (but are not limited to) dancing, giddiness, random smiles,
who has now become so happy it’s annoying and squeezes your arm with delight
rolling around on the floor, the desire to look mega attractive, swooning, the
at the thought of how “SO NICE” his/her new fling is, I say go with it, dude! I hate
overuse of the word “cute”, and a vast variety of possible outcomes with a
to say yolo (no I don’t) but yolo. Yolo yourself all the way down onto your floor,
potential new boo that you created in your noggin. The outcomes, not the boo...
roll around in delight a couple times, get yourself back up, take a shower, get
but maybe the boo.
cute. Fight the good fight. Flirt the good flirt. Get some, yo.
It’s Almost Summer! SUDBURY’S FINEST FASHIONISTAS TOLD US WHAT THEY ARE MOST EXCITED FOR THIS
SUMMER! CHECK OUT THEIR COMMENTS HERE AND TRY SOME DARING NEW TRENDS FOR YOURSELF WHEN THE WARM WEATHER (FINALLY) STARTS. HIGH-WAISTED SHORTS AND FLORAL PRINT SEEM TO BE THE WINNERS! WHAT ARE YOU EXCITED FOR?
ADRIANA, FASHION EDITOR 20SS “Can’t wait to try out some retro bathing suits! I also picked up a couple of silk kimonos to rock with high-waisted shorts!” MIA “I’m excited to see all the summer tops and dresses that are cobalt blue.”
ARIELLE “Lace, daisy print, and backless everything!”
AMANDA “I adore the printed, floral, and patterned looks, especially in dresses and skirts. I also love a nice pop of neon in thin belts, big bags, and high heels!” MARGARET “I’m excited to wear my new white shoes! They’d be cute with some light-wash jeans and a graphic tee, maybe some gold bangles.” ALYSSA “I’m excited to see more floral prints. And I love white shoes in the summer time!” KATHERINE “Mint green, floral dresses with booties and denim jackets, oversized sunglasses, floppy hats and statement necklaces.”
ZOE “High-waisted shorts, sleeveless tops.”
ERYN “Low-back dresses with straps!”
HANNAH “I’m excited to wear flowy tank tops and my Birkenstocks! I also love to wear aqua blue nail polish in the summer. “
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20SS: WHEN DID YOU MAKE THE CONSCIOUS DECISION, ‘HEY, I MAY HAVE SOMETHING HERE, LET’S SEE WHERE THIS GOES? DELTI: Well for me it wasn’t really thinking I had a talent, I did and even still till this day, do it as a hobby and see it more as a medicine for myself, a temporary remedy. I also just really enjoy writing and rapping. Rapping to
20SS: SO YOU’RE A 20 SOMETHING FROM SUDBURY. WHAT EXACTLY GOT YOU INTO HIP-HOP?
me is fun. It’s also challenging in a way, because I try to push myself to think
DELTI: I’ve always been interested in writing and poetry and would use it
concepts which won’t be heard until my next album which is an LP called
more to vent, just like when people write in a journal. What really got me
Incognito, (which is in the works right now) which I know have not been
deeply in tune with making hip-hop I guess, was when I broke my leg playing
done before and I am really excited about.
outside of the box as best I can when it comes to concepts. I’ve got some
OCAA soccer for Cambrian College, back in September 2012. Soccer was a room mostly by myself so I had so many hours to just think, reflect, and it
20SS: TELL US A BIT ABOUT ‘THE BREAKTHROUGH’. WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIAL TO YOU?
really got me in tune with myself. At that point I began writing hours on
DELTI: The Breakthrough is special to me because it is my first release.
end, just what I was feeling, mainly depression, sadness, anger, regret. That
It is a darker, more raw, lyrical type of project. I mentioned some names
specific event traumatized me, and without that I would more than likely not
like Miley Cyrus, Stephen Harper, Kanye West to name a few, and kind of
be as in tune with writing and making music like I am presently.
took light jabs at them, poking some fun so I hope not too many people
big part of my life and being unable to walk, bed rested, confined into one
see it as anything more than that. It definitely was an awesome feeling getting the amount of love and messages I got from the Youtube lyric videos I posted on my channel. It really surprised me how most people seemed to enjoy it. I made some connections in this city, and different cities due to this project and it really makes me happy to have released some material. But The Breakthrough to me, was just a batch of songs which I wanted to release to get something out there and get heard. 20SS: EVERY TRACK HITS PRETTY HARD IN IT’S OWN WAY. WHICH SONG STANDS OUT TO YOU?
KOTD: SQUAD TOUR
DELTI: Many people have told me they love My Motion alot
IT WAS OBSCENE, IT WAS RACIST AND IT CROSSED THE LINE. IT WAS AWESOME!
to it. That song definitely took a bit more time to write due
On March 27th the King of the Dot Squad tour entered the Coulson and threw down a ground-breaking Sudbury event. If you’re unfamiliar with King of the Dot (KOTD for short) then here’s the 411: It’s a rap battle league where rappers trade anything-goes verses and insults against each other for 3 rounds a-la 8-mile style. The raps aren’t set to music however, opening up creativity, amplifying everything each rapper says and leaving room for everyone to laugh at every insult dropped. KOTD is huge all across the globe, with associated branch leagues in Alberta and California and well-known support from huge artists such as Drake and Deadmau5. The Sudbury event was everything you could have expected and more. Six local rappers battled against each other, with Hannibal Jester, EmceeCaution, and Omar coming out on top of their respected match-ups. KOTD alumni were on the scene to host and judge the event, and they even threw down an energetic set after all the battles were done. Perhaps the greatest treat of the night was Charron, B.E.T.’s 2013 Freestyle champion, who took on anyone who dared challenge him to a rap battle. A few brave souls tried their best against the champ, knowing their fate, perhaps only to witness the skill that makes Charron the talented battler he is. The night was one for the books and many are already anticipating the next KOTD Sudbury event. FOR MORE INFO CHECK OUT: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/KOTDBATTLES FACEBOOK.COM/THECOULSON FACEBOOK.COM/KCEVENTSANDPROMOTIONS
because of the funny lines, the faster rhythm, the lyrical side to the amount of puns, multi-meaning lines. Some lines and references I still think go over alot of peoples heads, but my favorite song would be The Chosen One. 20SS: FROM THE LOOKS OF IT, YOU DON’T LIKE TO STOP WORKING AND PROGRESSING. WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM ‘LOVE & DISTRESS’ YOUR UPCOMING EP? DELTI: Well Love & Distress has now expanded into a mixtape due to the amount of material I’ve been coming up with and different ideas I came up with using other artists songs. Love & Distress as a summary, is rollercoaster ride of emotions, and really reveals a side of me that no one knows, and I think would expect. I really went out on a limb and opened up way more than I probably should have. I touch up on past relationships, family life, friendships... Alot of this project was written while I was bed ridden and traumatized from my injury. People should expect something completely different than The Breakthrough, in every respect. I also hope people subscribe to my Youtube channel as I will be posting tons of material which won’t be on any projects, I will also be releasing videos not pertaining to music as well.
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20SS: WE’RE EAGER TO SEE HOW YOUR SKILLS TRANSFER OVER TO A LIVE SHOW! ANYTHING IN THE WORKS? DELTI: I have been asked to do a couple little shows, I’m confident in my ability but currently I am holding back from doing any shows/ live gigs. I know it will benefit me, but as weird as it sounds I’d rather not be seen for the time being, I like keeping Incognito. WHERE CAN WE FIND MORE? https://www.youtube.com/incognitodelti https://www.facebook.com/IncognitoDelti https://soundcloud.com/delti-becker
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Arts & Culture
THERE’S A FINE, FINE LINE
AND AVENUE Q IS ABOUT TO CROSS IT
20SS: WHAT IS AVENUE Q ALL ABOUT?
20SS: WHAT ELSE DOES STC HAVE COMING UP?
CATHERINE WITTY: What do you do when you are fresh out of
CW: Black Dog by Sudbury’s own Matthew Heiti is back by
college, with a B.A. in English and you are a puppet? … You move
popular demand! This play is based on Teen Mental Health
to Avenue Q of course. This Broadway fuzzin’ musical tells the
follows four teens through the ups and downs of a challenging
story of Princeton, a chipper college grad who moves to NYC
school year that begins with a suicide and ends with a great
with big dreams and a student loan. The only apartment he can
sense of hope. The show runs May 23, 24 & 31 at 7pm at STC.
afford is way out on Avenue Q, where everyone’s looking for the same things he is; a decent job, a stable relationship, and a
20SS: WHEN IS THE PRODUCTION AND HOW CAN I GET
purpose. But these puppets are not safe for kids! With titles like
“The Internet is for Porn” and “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” is enough of an explanation for the 18+ rating.
CW: Avenue Q runs April 24th - May 11th. Runs Tuesday- Sunday, 8pm regular Tuesdays 7:30pm curtain, Sundays 2pm matinee.
20SS: WHAT HAS IT BEEN LIKE WORKING AND REHEARSING
We have a special rate for patrons under the age of 30 for
WITH PUPPETS? HOW DOES THAT CHANGE THE DYNAMIC
$26.64, and 4 tickets flex pack for $76.72
OF THE LIVE PERFORMANCE? You can get ticket at the box office 70 Shaughnessy Street, by CW: If you think singing, dancing and acting is hard, let’s throw
phone 705-674-8381 Online: www.sudburytheatre.ca/box-office
in some puppeteering. This is the first time for all 7 actors to be performing with puppets. The actors become the voices and
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conductors of the puppets in plain view of the audience. These
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WHAT IS SULFUR CC?
sulfur.cc is a concert promotions group that myself and Frank Chartrand operate. We focus on putting concerts on for underground music artist as well as top chart artists. Our goal is to put Sudbury on the map in the concert industry. I personally feel great knowing that a band came to my hometown and were stoked about the response they got from the crowd. Sulfur is Sudbury’s number one promotions group in the underground music scene and have brought bands such as Cancer Bats, Dear Rouge, August Burns Red, Protest The Hero, Silverstein, Attack In Black and many more! HOW DID IT GET STARTED? (WHO IS INVOLVED?) Frank started sulfur in 2008, with help from a few friends in the scene, but before that he had ran The Realness Promo for several years. He decided to start fresh and create sulfur.cc . I had started to volunteer for Frank at all of the shows in Sudbury and in 2009, Frank asked me to join sulfur.cc and ever since then we have been growing and keeping our music scene going strong. WHAT WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOUR BIGGEST ACCOMPLISHMENT SO FAR? In 2011 a band called August Burns Red played the Jubilee Centre and there was over 500 people at this show, the biggest turn out that I’ve ever seen in the 10 years of being in the Sudbury music scene. It was an amazing show, the show consisted of a local band Sanctuaries Texas in July, Set Your Goals and August Burns Red. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE MUSIC SCENE IN SUDBURY? It slowly was letting go, but has started to increase, I think with a new generation of kids in the mix and new bands forming, our scene is going to grow and become big like it was back when I first started. Local shows would pull in 100 some kids, now were lucky to see 20-30. But lately I will admit it has definitely showed potential to become what it once was.
FAVOURITE SUDBURY VENUE? WHY? Jubilee Centre….hands down, this place was a second home to me. I would be going there 2-3 times a month for a show at one point in my life. The memories that place had will always be with me. I’ve seen my favourite bands there and hundreds if not thousands more. They currently just sold it to create apartments out of it so it will definitely be missed…pieces of the floor are currently in my house right now for memory sake! ha!
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ANY UPCOMING EVENTS? We have a show at the Townehouse Tavern on May 11th. It will be a hardcore show with bands such as Comeback Kid from Toronto and Backtrack from New York City. The show starts at 7 PM and is $18 in advance and $22 at the door. WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT MORE INFO: facebook.com/sulfurcc
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ONE’S HEALTH STYLE CHOICES AND TO OFFER THE MOST DELICIOUS YET HEALTHY TREATS AS AN EASY AND QUICK ALTERNATIVE. WE CAUGHT UP WITH OWNER AND HEALTH ENTHUSIAST VIVIANE TEDDY. 20SS: HOW HAS THE RESPONSE BEEN SO FAR? VIVIANE: The response has been very positive! We have only been opened for less than two months and we are happy to see familiar faces. Friends, friends of friends, friends of friends of friends are dropping by to hang out. We have met people of all ages, it’s definitely a family hang-out place! 20SS: WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE MOST CHALLENGING THING
bananas, strawberries, nutella, 3 scoops of vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate ice cream. For savoury crepe, it’s the “Join the Club”, chicken, bacon, swiss cheese, mayo, and tomatoes. Our soups are never a miss. No msg or preservatives. We have them in jars or you can enjoy them when you dine in! Fusion (Asian & Western soups). 20SS: ANY FUTURE PLANS? VIVANE: To spoil my grandparents.
ABOUT RUNNING YOUR OWN BUSINESS IN SUDBURY?
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VIVIANE: Business is tough, it’s a roller-coaster regardless, in any given
VIVIANE: I’m 25 years old, ran a full marathon because I lost a bet, been
city. Especially, the food industry, every product comes with an expiry date. The business is new, very difficult to judge the number of guests
working since I was nine years old, participate in many cause-related events including Diabetes Sudburyrocks run (3 half marathons, 1 full
marathon), raising money for Cancer, host of can food drive for St. Vincent
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I’m just doing my little bit to help change for a better tomorrow.
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de Paul (community food drive) since 2005, and I seriously love my career.
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getting ahead of everyone else or having a hang-over.
VIVIANE: Health is wealth. I’ve been following my grandparents eating
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don’t believe in biomedicine. It’s all in the food we eat. Come to Reggie’s,
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habits (lots of ginger, garlic & soup) and have not been sick in 2.5 years! I we will take care of you.
own with the help of my fiance. This includes: priming, painting, becoming a part-time plumber, electrician, construction worker, interior design, mover everything and anything in between. PAGE
2 Feet and a Heart Beat - 7 Reasons You Should Run
After a long, cold winter the roads are finally clear. What better way to take advantage of the spring weather and clear roads than by going for a run? Running has been proven to provide health benefits for almost every part of the body. Here are just a few of those benefits to motivate you to run! 1. Running can boost your immune system. Moderate physical activity such as going for a light jog, has been found to protect against upper respiratory tract infections. 2. Running can be useful in the management of some diseases such as early stage diabetes, hypertension or osteoporosis; but always consult your doctor first before beginning a new exercise regimen. 3. Running can also to help prevent the occurrence of the above mentioned diseases as well as many others, including: heart attack, stroke and even some types of cancer. 4. Running can fight stress. When you run your pituitary gland is stimulated to release endorphins; these endorphins are your body’s feel-good chemicals and can help to improve your mood and combat stress. 5. Running will help you lose weight. Everyone knows that exercising burns calories; but lesser known are the calorie burning benefits of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC). After exercising at a high intensity your body’s EPOC causes your body to burn more calories than it normally would to make up for the “energy deficit” accrued during exercise. 6. Running will help increase your mental sharpness. Research has concluded that running can provide significant improvements to overall mental function; including areas such as attention, concentration and planning. 7. You can run for a good cause! Sudbury holds many races which support worthy causes. If you’re feeling motivated check out these May events: Sudbury ROCKS for diabetes is being held on May 11th; Sudbury Defeat Depression Run/Walk will be held on May 25th. You can help improve your own health and the health of others at the same time by participating in one of these races.
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