We decided to skip the column on The Broke Girl’s Guide to: Transportation, as it would have consisted of two words: “Walk,” and “bike.” The former is quite self-explanatory, but the latter is a bit more complicated and can become a pricey hobby for the inexperienced. Whether you’re already out riding a rusty set of… Read More »
Happy Bike Month! Toronto Cycling Cheat Sheet for Bike Lovers: Rules of the Road, our favourite bike stores, and great bike trail resources
Bike Month begins on May 28th in Toronto! Below, a Toronto Cycling Cheat Sheet for bike lovers: Rules of the Road, resources for bike trails, and some of our favourite bike shops in the city.
If your valiant steed has been chained to a lamp post all winter, it might need some TLC before blazing the urban trails. Getting back into a loving relationship with your hot ride can be a process once the weather gets nice again. Where to start, you ask? Read these tips to get inspired about… Read More »
by Kait Fowlie “Party tour” is possibly one of my favourite terms to describe a prolonged, extensive, possibly intercity drunk fest. It conjures the image of belligerent, brightly clad people hanging out of a big mystery-machine-esque van en route to ruckus and tomfoolery. Sub the van for a fleet of bikes, throw in a hell… Read More »
By Kait Fowlie Every once in a while, an entourage of blazingly rad females will cross paths, design stuff in a sustainable manner, bike around the city, and wear a lot of spandex. When this happens, the angels sing and the people of Toronto rejoice because they make our urban living situation a whole hell… Read More »
THURSDAY 6:30 pm Yoga of Food – Recipes for Health & Happiness @ Lululemon, 342 Queen St. W. Monk and practicing vegetarian Devamrita Swami explores the connection between food, consciousness and happiness. $10 (includes vegan dinner). Tickets available at: http://urbanedgeyoga.com/890 FRIDAY 7 pm Femiforma @ The Lens Factory, 2186 Queen St. E. Matthew Trotter’s series of black and white photographs… Read More »