A colleague and I walk up to Shops at Don Mills a few times a week to get lunch, coffee and to just get out for a bit. Today we went over and took a slightly different route to the grocery store. On our way I saw a Lucian Matis store. [Read more...]
Which I don’t advocate because between the pressure, the quality of a lot of items and spending money – it just doesn’t seem like a good deal.
If I was, I might get this – mostly so I can tick off the cities. [Read more...]
Flipping through a magazine, I saw this: [Read more...]
It’s not as difficult as you’d expect. The trick is to offer an alternative.
Click to see what else happened in and around the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. [Read more...]
Formerly one of the duo that was Pavoni. Mikael D sent some beautiful dresses down the runway – most suited for weddings but some suited for the club. [Read more...]
The latest issue from The Ethnic Aisle takes a look at death. As the opening article says, “It’s the time of year to honour the dead, usually by wearing outrageous costumes and eating too much candy. While we at the Ethnic Aisle love a good party where you can’t tell who anyone is, this year we thought we’d take All Hallow’s Eve and Día de Muertos a little more literally.”
You can read the stories – publishing this week – right here.