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Has reality television ruined TV?
An op-ed in the Guardian argues that the genre has ruined television.
DTLA Talks: Floyd Mayweather Versus Conor McGregor
Let's get ready to Russo! Kelly Russo and the DTLA Talks crew hit the streets of downtown Los Angeles to get the people's opinion about who's going to win in the upcoming, highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. What ...June 27, 2017| |Share this via
The next home cook eliminated from MasterChef Canada is…
Jordan Levin tells us about the blind taste test and what he would have done differently after he was sent home.March 24, 2017| |Share this via
On This Day in History: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' premiered
On March 10, 1997, 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' premiered, and soon became a cult hit that ran for seven seasons.March 10, 2017| |Share this via
Do grown-ups really need hobbies?
One writer argues that there’s too much pressure for adults to have hobbies.May 12, 2017| |Share this via
‘Teen Mom’ star says his 8-year-old daughter has a boyfriend
How do you handle when your kid says they have a boyfriend or girlfriend at a really young age? The hosts discuss.September 08, 2017| |Share this via
How one mom survives the summer holidays
She plops her kids in front of the television.July 21, 2017| |Share this via
Which ‘Sex and the City’ character are you?
The hosts’ match characters from the beloved television series to each other.August 09, 2017| |Share this via
Are barbeques sexist?
One writer argues that they are.June 06, 2017| |Share this via
The problem with applauding
One writer argues that not everything is worthy of a round of applause.May 31, 2017| |Share this via
In the defense of bridezillas
One writer argues that the wedding industry is a sexism-fuelled trap.August 11, 2017| |Share this via
Is it OK to double-book dates?
One writer argues it’s totally fine, as long as you’re not a jerk about it.August 09, 2017| |Share this via
Is daydreaming really a waste of time?
Or is it the doorway to creativity? Our happiness researcher explains.April 06, 2017| |Share this via
Stroller snobbery is real
The hosts reveal if they’ve ever experienced stroller snobbery.April 24, 2017| |Share this via
Do we really eat our feelings?
A happiness researcher explains our psychological relationship with food.July 04, 2017| |Share this via
Where do you stand on red velvet cake?
One writer argues it’s the worst dessert option.May 16, 2017| |Share this via
Are male stars getting too ripped?
In a piece for Vulture, one writer argues that muscles have become a requirement to lead a movie franchise.May 29, 2017| |Share this via
Should bread be free at restaurants?
One writer argues that some restaurants in New York have “forgotten” they’re in the hospitality business and don’t offer free bread.June 07, 2017| |Share this via
Why Barbie should be be anatomically correct
A writer for Metro argues Barbie needs a vulva because, without one, it gives girls another unrealistic ideal to meet.July 06, 2017| |Share this via
The problem with padding in bikinis and sports bras
One writer argues that, for women who don’t want to accentuate their chest, it’s becoming increasingly difficult.July 11, 2017| |Share this via
How do culture and race contribute to a person’s identity?
A Westerner who’s lived in China for more than two decades argues that Chinese identity should be cultural, not racial.July 24, 2017| |Share this via
What post-secondary school advice would you give your child?
A writer for ‘The Globe and Mail’ argues about the value of an English degree.August 15, 2017| |Share this via
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