Emojis. Palm trees. 5 likes. 40 likes. 69 likes. 150 likes. Internet famous. Lonely. Still broke.
What if I just loitered outside of my RBC branch building and smirked, and leered, and made weird kissey sounds to the tellers inside? Do you think they’d increase my line of credit or give me a better client package?
Hope springs eternal, and the Toronto Festival of Beer’s 2nd Annual Spring Sessions Festival is almost here!
A housewife from Westchester moves to Brooklyn to become a rapper.
The screening takes place at The Royal (608 College St) with a reception to follow at Bar Italia (582 College St).
One lucky She Does The City reader will win a sweet laser cut from Etsy Shop ‘Light & Paper’
We’ve come to associate break ups with negative emotions, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. Especially when we take control of our lives and do the breaking up ourselves, like a #girlboss. A break-up doesn’t have to signify a major life change either. Sometimes, it’s the smaller, trivial things that can make… Read More »
“I Love You” is the hardest statement in the world to make. It hasn’t happened yet, but it’s on the way. The signs are clear.
On Friday, April 17, 2015, Pink Pearl Foundation is hosting its 9th annual fundraising event to support young women battling cancer.
Since its inception in 2013, the Lucky Ball has raised money for the Fort York Food Bank.
Scoop up the best vintage, contemporary, and designer ladies wear; accessories; and footwear – everything is under $50!
A night w/ Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk, co-authors of ‘Darling, You Can’t Do Both & Other Noise To Ignore on The Way Up.’
As part of their 20th Anniversary celebration, Stephen Bulger Gallery is presenting FREE Saturday Afternoon Screenings at Camera.
I started to picture what would be the defining moments of my life to come. It turned out there were only 3: My first kiss. My inevitable marriage. Our first child.