We hear about luxury a lot, and sometimes it’s clear what it means, but for different brands, does it mean the same thing? Last week, BMW Canada launched their BMW Luxury Lounge in Yorkville (151 Bloor Street West), and with the opening, they took some time to discuss luxury with a few other brands, including Air Canada, Sotheby’s, and interior designer Shai DeLuca.
For the last three weeks I’ve been testing out the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and a few features in particular left a lasting impression, but it’s the overall package that confirms my love for the Note series, and Samsung’s excellent user experience.
Slander’s “Slow Motion” is a tricky, fluid track with serious bass, and vocals that feel otherworldly, ethereal, and a bit trippy.
Whether you’re planning a vacation in Dubai, exploring the United Arab Emirates, or you’re flying to India, Pakistan, or parts of the African continent, Emirates is one of the most prestigious airlines flying to the region, and this summer they announced additional capacity, thanks to two new flights leaving from Toronto every week.
The BlackBerry Key2 is exactly what you expect, and does exactly what it needs to, and that’s exactly why I love it. If you’ve used a BlackBerry before, it’s a familiar update, and if you’re an Android user, the Key2 is easy to get used to, with the added benefit of having a dedicated keyboard.
October is one of my favorite times of the year. I love sweater weather, I adore Halloween, and Thanksgiving weekend is one of my favorite excuses to cook a great big meal for my family and be thankful for what we have while spending time together.
The Purge franchise takes a step back with director Gerard McMurray’s horror prequel, The First Purge, as the “New Founding Fathers …
Kayla Ruby’s “Never Really Know Somebody” is a bright, confident new single from an up-and-coming country artist, and I’m thrilled to have the premiere from this very talented young singer.
Savoir Adore’s “Black and Blue” is a charming indie pop single with the perfect hooks, beautiful vocals, and a chorus that’s been stuck in my head all night.
Figures (137 Avenue Road) is officially one of my favorite new restaurants in Toronto, and it’s about more than just the food, the style, or the very fun comic book theme. Figures is a great restaurant because they do all of those things so well, and they do it all with heart, and excellent attention to every detail.