Category: City

#MusicMondays: Lights

The Canadian music industry is abuzz about Little Machines, the new album by Timmins-born artist Lights. This is her third studio album and, personally, it’s definitely my favourite. I’ve been following Lights’ career since the Myspace days when she was in an Old Navy…

Top 4 Bars Open ‘til 4am For Nuit Blanche

We should preface this by saying that, yes, we do know that Nuit Blanche is supposed to be about art, and culture, and whatever. But let’s be real, the actual fun is the all-night parties/after-parties/awkward realization that you have no…

VAN: What’s On In Vancouver This Weekend

Well, its official – we’re into October and with that the leaves are already starting to change. With the seasonal shift comes an array of events, openings, and ways to get out and explore our city. This weekend, we’ve got…

Dear “Nice Guy”: This Is Why I’m Not Dating You

Dear “Nice Guy,” I don’t have to use your real name because you already know who you are: you’re the nicest guy in the world! Or at least you’re the nicest guy I know — a guy I heartlessly refuse…

Perrier Inspired By Street Art Launch At The Storys Building

Last Tuesday marked the Canadian launch of Perrier Inspired by Street Art at the Storys Building, which inaugurated a collaboration between three of the world’s most influential street artists (JonOne, Kobra, and Sasu) and Perrier to create bold and vibrant…

Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award At Michael’s On Simcoe

On Monday night, Michael’s on Simcoe was shining bright as Veuve Clicquot presented Canada’s 2014 Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award to the against-all-odds restaurateur Cora Tsouflidou, owner and founder of the Chez Cora breakfast chain. An award that has been…