Month: November 2019

Send our regards to… Kristin Chenoweth! The Tony and Emmy award-winning performer has conquered Broadway’s Wicked, TV’s Pushing Daisies, and the music world with her latest album, For the Girls. Now, she faces ELLE’s Song Association, belting Whitney Houston, Cyndi Lauper, and Natalie Cole in the way only she can. Chenoweth also reflects on meeting
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Photography by George Pimentel“Thank you for helping me live,” says CANFAR ambassador Muluba Habanyama. By Bernadette Morra Date November 28, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter Bloor Street Entertains, the annual fundraiser for the Canadian Foundation for Aids Research, has turned into one of the A+ fashion events of the Toronto social scene. The evening starts with intimate
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(Photo: Getty Images) *Trigger warning* This article contains references to psychical assault and violence. If you’ve scrolled through Twitter in the last 24 hours, you may have noticed a very particular hashtag trending. #IStandWithMelissa has been steadily climbing since Wednesday afternoon, and with super good reason. Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist shared a heart-wrenching Instagram live
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Courtesy Thanksgiving is tomorrow and you’re facing endless highway miles and/or hours queuing at the airport. These podcasts—some brand-new, some old favorites—will take the edge off with an immersive dive into stories weird, wonderful, forgotten, and unknown. If anything, you’ll have a lot to discuss at the dinner table on Thursday. Advertisement – Continue Reading
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Medium Duplex Dog House with Heater Boomer & George hayneedle.com $323.00 Humans aren’t the only ones who deserve a little pampering. If she treats her dog like her first-born child, she’s probably in the market for a swanky new dog house—and bonus points if it has heat to keep them toasty when the snow starts
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Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for DisneyPraise Bey By Maddison Glendinning Date November 27, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter The holidays are right around the corner, but if you’re the kind of person who isn’t excited for the festive season until December 1st (or ever), Beyoncé is here to change your mind. Behold, the Queen B’s new
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November’s not even over, yet we’ve already seen two new streaming services launch with a dozen shows between them, the requisite monthly onslaught of Netflix Original Content™, and the annual start of the awards season deluge. That’s enough visual stimulation to inspire a lengthy nap, but instead of burrowing under a blanket and ignoring the
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Alex John Beck The holidays are fast approaching, and while you shop for all of your friends and family, why not treat yourself to a little something special? We’ve gathered up six winter style essentials, from the shoe that will define an outfit to the it-bag you’ll be wearing all season long. Gift yourself these
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Photograph courtesy of brandLooking to simplify your skincare routine? This is your answer. By Maddison Glendinning Date November 27, 2019 icon-facebook icon-twitter In SL&Co., Susanne Langmuir’s new Toronto lab, a long minimalist countertop invites the feeling of endless possibility and hints at the values of her new brand: aN-hydra. Langmuir, best known for Bite Beauty,
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Prepping for, talking about and anticipating winter is a trusted Canadian pastime. For good reason—most of the country experiences extreme dips in temperature for a decent part of the year, we consistently sit at an average of -15 degrees Celsius in the coldest months and in places like Ottawa and Montreal, the dead of winter
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It started with a bouquet of flowers. They were delivered to my desk on a dreary Wednesday afternoon. They were excessive, over-the-top, bright red roses and waxy lilies shedding petals all over my keyboard. I had to dig through thorny stems to locate the card, which was scrawled with a saccharine message. You’d be forgiven
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