This is so inspiring I could cry. A police officer in DC shows up to stop a fight between two groups of teenagers. When one of the kids pulls out her phone and plays Watch Me (whip/nae nae), the officer challenges them to a dance off. If the officer wins the kids would break it up and leave peacefully. The kids very generously called it a tie, and left happy. "Instead of us fighting, she

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  What a beautiful sight: Seeing Toronto Song Project on the Bell Local banner on the Toronto page at bell.local.ca. In case you weren't aware, you can watch all four inspiring episodes on Bell's Fibe TV service, channel 1217 and on Bell VOD. We love our friends at Bell Local, and could not have made this show without them.  And seriously, why haven't you pitched them a show yet?  Message me and I'll tell you

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We are very close to finalizing a venue for our official launch bash!  Expect to find Kevin, Maddie, Martha, and Russella on stage along with what I hope will be free booze.  All I can tell you is the event will take place in.... Thunder Bay!  No, Toronto of course.  And I'll be looking for more talent to appear on stage so keep in touch to find out how you can be part of Toronto

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I have to say I am firmly in the guitarist's camp on this one. I find it disrespectful and narcissistic of the kid to interrupt a performance so he can get a photo of himself, treating the artist as if he's a stage prop and the audience as if they're insignificant. You have to earn a spot on a stage.. A band works unbelievably hard and sacrifices so much to get too that position. Honestly

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