avery quantrill

Avery Quantrill

December 2, 2017 thewire 0

Avery Quantrill is 16 years old and attends Trinity College School in Port Hope. She signed with STRUTT Central at age 14 and has valued their guidance and management immensely. Avery is thrilled to have been signed by PLUTINO Models Toronto last year and has been busy on the runway […]

Serena Ryder

Serena Ryder: Friday December 15, Showplace

December 2, 2017 thewire 0

It might have taken 4 1/2 years for this celebrated singer/songwriter to gift us with a follow-up to 2012’s expectation-defying critical and commercial hit “Harmony”, but that record’s signature single, “Stompa” and its anthemic follow-up “What I Wouldn’t Do” haven’t left the airwaves since. Her new album, “Utopia” compresses a […]

Jerome Godboo

Jerome Godboo

December 2, 2017 thewire 0

Toronto singer and harmonica player Jerome Godboo is always improving himself, as a musician, a man and a communicator. An accomplished and exceptional bluesman, his bending harp skills have been sought by everyone from Ronnie Hawkins to the late Jeff Healey. The one-time Toronto legend of explosive 90s rock band […]

Sydnee Condon

Cover Girl Sydnee Condon

November 25, 2017 thewire 0

This past month beautiful STRUTT / Plutino model Sydnee Condon graced the cover of NORD Magazine. Sydnee can be seen wearing outfits from international designers such as Ermanno Scervino, Lorenzo Serafini, and Toronto designer Narces. The photography by Jonathan Hooper clearly portrays the edgy renaissance style in the modern age. […]

LAURYN MILLS

FALL SHOOT: BACKROADS OF ONTARIO

November 25, 2017 thewire 0

Local Belleville Photographer BOB HOUSE has done his magic once again. On one of the quiet back roads of Belleville Ontario, Bob and STRUTT model LAURYN MILLS collaborated to show the bright colours of autumn. They were able to capture the sun light just as it was going down to […]

Jeremy Fisher

Jeremy Fisher: Market Hall Tuesday November 28

November 17, 2017 thewire 0

Listening to Mint Juleps, the fifth album by two-time JUNO Award nominee Jeremy Fisher, is like ambling through the long and relaxed dog days of summer. The acoustic-driven collection of 12 songs reunites Fisher with his folk-drenched musical roots and is a veritable throwback to the golden era of the […]

Séan McCann & Craig Cardiff: Market Hall, Nov 17

November 10, 2017 thewire 0

Séan McCann’s love for Newfoundland and Labrador folk songs shot him to international fame as a founding member of the renowned group Great Big Sea. After millions of albums sold, countless hit songs, and record breaking tours around the world, Séan realized that his 20 years with the band had […]

RICHARD D LEKO

Richard Daniel Leko

November 2, 2017 thewire 0

When Richard Daniel Leko was a small kid, he would marvel at the fun of it actually being ok to make mistakes, as he watched TV Bloopers & Practical Jokes. Watching this every week on TV, he would continually tell his parents that this is what he wanted to do. […]

No Picture

Why North Korea?

November 2, 2017 thewire 0

Since Donald Trump started prodding North Korea, the world is wondering whether it’s about to witness America’s wrath “The likes of which has never been seen before.” After threatening Kim Jong-un, the U.S. then slapped crippling sanctions of the DPRK, only to be answered with a threat of “A thousands […]

Smoke Em If You Got Em

November 2, 2017 thewire 0

so mary who stands in front of the liquor store says she heard that the government is going to sell pot soon. something about pot stores like beer stores except the government would own them not the pot heads. bob who sleeps on the couch says he’s pretty sure the […]