It is Saturday morning and you have only recently crawled out of bed. The weather may be warm and sunny, or cold and grey. As you enter your favourite brunch spot, the thought that immediately comes to mind (right after
I've been in several book clubs with different formats; one focused solely on the book, in another we talked little about the book but had some great meals. And then there's BooknBrunch, an event that brings the literary and community
I don’t typically read non-fiction books, but this one was a pleasant surprise. As a newly-minted senior, my interest is piqued by any reference to immortality. Alas, there were no secrets revealed on how to live forever, per se, but
So, dear reader, having finished your latest book, you’re looking for something new. Question: Where should it come from? To help focus the mind on this topic, consider that finding your next book is like looking for your next (albeit, short-term)
While many restaurants go for gimmicks and fancy colour palettes focused on their Insta-worthiness, it’s Maple Leaf Tavern’s old world class that makes it stand out from the crowd.
Picture a quaint little city. One that has a trendy aesthetic, takes inspiration from its rich heritage, and focuses on sustainable locally-sourced food, oh – and it’s conveniently located in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood. Welcome to Stadt. Taking its name from the
When it comes to failure, Anthony Rose tends to handle it “horribly, then really, really well.” And we’re thinking of following his approach–after all, it seems to be working out pretty well for him. If you live in Toronto, you’ve probably