As a self-parent, we recognize that we are responsible for our own shit.
Toronto Hit List: Soul Step, X-Files 90s Halloween Party, The Craft Dance Party, Leslieville Flea & more!
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“I want people who create to know that they are not alone in their struggles, and that if they are suffering, there are other avenues open to them now which can make things a little easier.”
I once had a panic attack because I couldn’t decide between tea or coffee. The comedian inside of me thought this was hilarious, which made it even more frustrating.
Her album is set to be released early November, with her album release party this November 15th at Lula Lounge (1585 Dundas St. W).
Photographer Kate Killet hits busy platforms across Toronto to focus her lens on striking style headed westbound, eastbound, northbound and downtown.
Ryerson has a great little initiative to help you hit the ground running, and best of all, it’s FREE.
In reality, a lot of the people dealing with addiction are regular people with jobs and families, from all walks of life.
I’ve taken up a beginners ballet class at Canada’s National Ballet School and am learning a lot more than just how to grand plié or do a pas de bourrée.
Get your leopard print out, our pals at Beau’s All Natural Brewing have extended a pair of Boobyball tickets to a Shedoesthecity reader and guest!
Have you ever found yourself stuffed into a garish corset that looked great on the mannequin, but makes you feel like an overstuffed sausage? This fall, Stole My Heart is going to make you have the OPPOSITE of that experience.
“Accompanying someone through their darkest moments can be challenging and even overwhelming but your support can be crucial to their recovery.”
60% of the stroke comes from your legs, so push hard.
I wish I’d known about Shameless Magazine back when I was in high school instead of the bullshit I read instead.