1st June, The 1975 | #MusicMonday

By: Julia Agris

If you don’t know by now, Alia and I are big fans of The 1975. Recently, they’ve been dropping hints about Music For Cars. So in order to deal with my emotions and to get hyped af for new music, I made a playlist.

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Weekend Reads | May 25th-27th

  • #BingeFringe: The Ottawa Fringe Festival is coming soon and tickets for shows are now on sale! Check out their listings here.
  • Important: Oui are loving the new laws about catcalling in France!
  • Now Playing:
  • Yanny or Laurel? The internet can’t stop talking about it.
  • “You’re not supposed to take videos, grandma” Blue Ivy tells grandma like it is.
  • Jay Parks’ New Song:


February 16th – 18th 2018

The LIAs share some interesting reads that you should know about. Take a read over the weekend!

  • Egg-cellent: Or, I guess we know what the Norwegian team will be having for breakfast from now until… forever, probably
  • “Remember queens have the absolute best advice so”:
  • 13 Reasons Why (or in this case one really, really good reason) author Jay Asher has been expelled from The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
  • #TFW they tell you to dial it down with the whole feminism “thing” but all you want to do is bring down the patriarchy
  • Netflix and Winning, congrats on winning the gold Red!
  • #nowplaying:

Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman | #MusicMonday

For our first ever #MusicMonday Book Mix, I wanted to pick a book I just recently finished. Here’s some tunes I was thinking of when I was reading Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman.

By: Julia Agris

If you remember our answers to the #10thingsthatmakemehappy tag I do love me a good playlist! So I wanted to share my most recent one – it’s a book mix about one of my most recent reads this year.

Call Me By Your Name, by André Aciman, is about a budding romance between Elio and his family’s summer guest, Oliver, somewhere in Italy. The book has been picking up momentum since its movie counterpart has been Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Actor (Timothée Chalamet) and Writing Adapted Screenplay.

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