Moving effortlessly between standards, RnB and country swing, Guelph-based chanteuse Brenda Lewis’ voice is described as “an elastic instrument – especially in songs which speak to the heart”
JASMINE D’COSTA … The story of an innocent teen mom wrongfully convicted of the murder of her two‐year‐old son — thanks to the false testimony of a famous doctor
Rarely does the world get a glimpse of the process by which an asylum seeker can traverse international borders to wreck havoc on the lives of others. Sharon Thomas’ debut novel is a fictional account of some of the immigration issues faced by countries trying to protect their borders. Thomas’ literary depictions take the reader behind the scenes to examine the mindset of a terrorist, individuals who must face making choices that may carry grave consequences, and the lives that they affect.
Known as the act of marking the skin with indelible ink, tattooing has become an intrinsic part of pop culture today, especially in North America where millennials consider getting tattooed the same way they do hair dye and clothing choices. But with all the progress of youth there is still a lingering stigma that tattoos belong on sailors and criminals. So how to we bridge the gap between acceptance from our younger generations and mass misconception about tattoos among those over 25?
Monica Chapmans new CD titled “P.S. I Love You” produced by Bill King and featuring William Sperandei, CD coming JANUARY 2015 and will be available on iTunes!
Monica’s CD Release will be at LULA LOUNGE, Fri. April 24, 2015 at 7:30 pm, No cover, reservations guarantee seating