I’m too fat. My nose is crooked. Ears too big. Hips too wide. Arms too long. Body too lanky. Head too small. I feel stumpy. I’m not strong enough. I’m too weak. I need to be taller. I’m too short. No, I’m too tall. Zero confidence.
My new life was destined to be full of calorie tracking and high heels. Cocktails and coffee mugs. Car insurance and a live-in boyfriend.
Look for chic raw leather accessories, pared-down knitwear, organza dresses, casual shirt dresses and SO much more.
The fourth annual Salon raises runds to help keep the arts at the heart of city-building in Toronto.
One of the things I look forward to most each week is spending Saturday afternoons with my mama bird. Our repertoire is diverse: we shop, we consume our weight in sushi, or we bake. Sometimes we even manage to cram in all three. Last Saturday we decided to try to make Peanut Butter Snack Bites. A welcome departure… Read More »
We talk to Damian Rogers about living in Toronto, staying happy and eating hippie salads full of sprouts.
The RISER Project, an initiative aimed to create more accessibility and opportunity for indie theatre, kicks off this weekend! Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Toronto Arts Council, The Riser Project is premiering three new works, including Mouthpiece. Created and performed by the dynamic duo behind Quote Unquote Collective, Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava,… Read More »
An art gallery, fashion runway, and stage all rolled into one, [FAT] – Arts & Fashion Week has become one of our favourite events in the city.
Her voice was smooth, her smile was knowing and warm, her eyes twinkled like a Disney character’s, and I swear to you, that tranquil bitch was judging me.
If you treat him like gold, but treat yourself like shit, Houston, we’ve got a problem.
What would it be like to grow up with folk star parents? Jessica Edwards turns the lens on her own family for her new doc, Stay Awhile.
Because finding that flow, that ease, that peace of mind/body/spirit is hard to do.
There is no allotted space for men. They are unhampered and entitled to go where they please, and do as such. But what if that wasn’t the natural order?
On May 9th, the 3rd annual Toronto Flower Market will celebrate locally grown flowers, the growers that cultivate them and the florists that style them.
If you love your local park and enjoy it regularly, now’s your chance to give back and help get it spiffed up in time for summer.