Toronto’s hottest contemporary art fair, the ULTIMATE 2000’s dance party, Bellwoods Flea, and luscious and heavy house music that will make you feel like you’re poolside in St.Tropez!
Amy Nelson: “Be ambitious but never forget why you began pursuing these dreams in the first place. Too often, we abandon joy for the sake of follower counts.”
We went backstage with Canadian Screen Award nominees to see how they get glammed up on a budget.
Alex Grant: “I think that 30 years from now, people will be able to see a very noticeable turn from fast fashion obsessions to a more minimalist, pared-down approach to style and shopping.”
When I was fourteen I had a lot of ambitious, unrealistic and thought-consuming plans for how my exciting future was going to unfold. Things didn’t exactly turn out that way.
For once I wanted to look in the mirror and feel that the outside matched the inside.
A pesky craving can come out of nowhere, and is often thought of as a mental weakness. You can stop beating yourself up though, because cravings are generally a true signal from your body that you should listen to, and not just a sign of weakness. There are plenty of causes for cravings, including improper… Read More »
“We couldn’t find a retail store that offered fashionable, curated activewear, so we decided to create one.”
Easy swaps to make your fave recipes healthier.
Hilary Noack is raising funds to start up an all-female auto body shop, Ink&Iron.
As you feel loss now, you are joined by earlier versions of yourself lamenting alongside you, compounding aches from that earliest fear of loss, built in to help you survive.
Artist Project kicks off on Feb 19th with its annual Opening Night Party followed by three whole days of art! It’s an experience like no other, where event-goers can meet and buy art directly from emerging and established artists alike. Now in its eighth year, the contemporary art fair boasts the works of 250 artists working… Read More »
The Power of Movement returns to Toronto to raise funds and awareness for the 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis and autoimmune disorders.
“Once you are in a non-judgmental space, you stop worrying about how your body looks and start being intrigued by its capabilities.”