Online Entertainment

Webevision to Watch

Posted October 17, 2011 by Recultured Team

Generally, when I return to my house after a long day of learning, I turn on my computer and peruse the Internet for a bit. When I check my clock, I usually find myself absolutely dumbfounded and perplexed as to how I had already lost the better part of my day and wonder what the […]

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Concerts

Concert Review: Florence + the Machine Album Release Livestream

Posted November 2, 2011 by Recultured Team

You know an artist has succeeded when they make someone sitting at home in Canada feel as if they have been transported thousands of miles to a venue in London. This show was absolutely amazing and has made me incredibly excited for the inevitable North American tour that will likely pop up in the first half of 2012.

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Music

Learning Guitar on YouTube

Posted December 7, 2011 by Recultured Team

Whenever I was asked where I took my guitar lessons, I would always say “YouTube!”. I haven taken a few beginners lessons with the AMS mini school before, but for most of the time when I wanted to learn a song or a particular technique, I would always search for tutorial videos on YouTube. They’re […]

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Online Entertainment

Very Mary-Kate-tastic

Posted February 21, 2012 by Recultured Team

Move over Mary-Kate, there’s a new Olsen twin in town – and this time her name isn’t Ashley. The comedic brainchild of writer and funny woman Elaine Carroll, “Very Mary-Kate“ is weekly web series that offers a fictional glimpse into the life and times of the comical yet allusive Olsen twin. Carroll, who also stars […]

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Online Entertainment

Project4Awesome: Reducing World Suck, One Video At A Time

Posted December 30, 2011 by Recultured Team

Sometimes it seems like the world is getting a bit more dismal. On the news, you rarely get those heart-warming aw-inducing stories. Instead, there are those telling of people going insane and pepper spraying others to get an Xbox. Or school officials being charged for fraud. Or violent clashes between soldiers and protesters. Every time […]

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