April 24, 2017

Toronto Celebrates Margaret Atwood

You just never know how these things are going to go. Popular author or not, writers aren’t exactly the pride of pop culture. So when my YYZ Living colleague, Erica, told me that Margaret Atwood would be speaking at the Chapters inside of Eaton’s Centre, I was curious for more […]
April 23, 2017

Guys are the Bomb – Bomber Jacket Maniah

I’m starting to love seeing guys be all casual and attractive in Spring bomber jackets. I don’t know what it is, but bomber jackets will give you the freedom to look super stylish but super chill and relaxed all at the same time. These jackets have been on trend for […]
April 23, 2017

Spotify’s New Deal Ensures Continued Indie Artist Access

Music streaming service Spotify recently renewed a nine-year-old licensing deal with indie digital agency Merlin that has ensured users access to independent music, even as the service itself becomes more mainstream. Merlin currently represents over 20,000 independent record labels in 51 countries,  making it Spotify’s fourth largest partner after major […]
April 18, 2017

Samsung Takes Canadians Across Country for QLEDTV Launch in Toronto

Samsung pulled out all the stops, literally, to take Torontonians on a virtual ride through Canada without leaving the downtown core. The electronics brand partnered with Canadian cinematographer, Jon Simo, to provide Canadians an opportunity to see the country’s beautiful landscapes displayed on the Samsung QLED TV. All of this […]
April 18, 2017

Quick Coachella Fashion Tips

What do flower crowns, aviator sunglasses, and short shorts have in common? Yes, it is time to grab your tents and head over to the dusty fields of the Coachella Music Festival. The first week has already passed and the fashion did not disappoint.  All the celebrities, instagrammers, and hipsters […]
April 11, 2017

VizEat Comes To Canada

My parents went to Cuba a few years ago and loved everything about the island – the people, the hospitality, the weather, the natural scenery – they went on and on. My dad even went old school and set up a slideshow after Sunday dinner. Of course, all I really […]