Jess Beaulieu: “It proved to be a tad more difficult when you have a feminine care product the size of a frisbee in your pants.”
One of the best parts about living in Toronto is the abundance of free ice skating in the winter – particularly the fabulous DJ Skate Nights at Harbourfront Centre.
The #MUFFSociety (Monthly Underground Female Film Society) kicks off its monthly series this Thursday night at The Royal Cinema (608 College St.) with a special screening of Spice World.
Evelyn Wu: ” At Borealia, we’re serving modern interpretations of historic recipes that we’ve found through months of researching history books and old cookbooks.”
This last summer was, simply the best. A whirlwind season of milestones and life-long memories. We had a baby (go Jen!), got hitched (go Olga!), and soaked in every opportunity for fun in the sun. From epic beach days to live shows and impromptu dance parties in our kitchen, we will remember the summer of… Read More »
In this innovative re-imagining, women really can do and be anything they want (including Mr. Darcy!)
“As an adult, you forget that what you are good at now was a skill that had to be learned.”
“We should dance every morning,” she said. “For 30 days. One full month. To see if starting your day out with a dance can actually cheer us up.”
The Notable Awards touched down at 99 Sudbury last week to honour the brightest and best celebrities, entrepreneurs and young professionals in Ontario. With the launch of Notable.ca in 2008, founder Julian Brass sought to “offer young professionals an online destination for them to call their own.” Today, Notable.ca has evolved into the largest online publication for young professionals… Read More »