Sometimes the first step in making a difference is to simply SHOW UP.
For me, wedding planning was The Hunger Games with less blood and more tears.
As a teaser to next week’s screening, we got to chat with Kelly Bishop (who played Baby’s mother in Dirty Dancing).
Calling all vegans and/or people who have veganism on the brain!
It’s important to encourage children to ask for help when things don’t feel respectful or safe.
Find your perfect bouquet at Toronto Flower Market this Saturday
“I don’t think likability makes for an interesting character. There’s strength in vulnerability and showing a full character arc.”
The FREE three-night event kicks off Thursday with a screening of Edward Scissorhands.
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These recipes are so beautiful, they might just inspire you to host a last-minute National Rum Day party. (We we won’t tattle if you call in and play hooky.)
Self-love and compassion aren’t new concepts to me, but the idea that no one is coming to save me has given me a renewed sense of confidence, security and hope.
Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of three brilliant African-American women working at NASA who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history.
What did they all have in common that addiction became so profoundly embedded into their psyche?
Presented by University of Toronto’s Art Museum, In Dialogue is a new exhibition with diverse works by eleven Indigenous artists.
We’ve partnered with Hudson’s Bay to offer one very lucky follower a $500 gift card!