Posted May 31, 2010 in Arts, Cool Shit


The FASHION Behind SEX and the CITY 2

The fact that a franchise showcasing four middle-aged, self-obsessed women facing trials and tribulations with menopause and men has received such a large scale acclamation from young generations is a phenomenon in its own right. As I surveyed the crowded movie theatre lobby, it was not the expansive line-ups that stretched around the room that...

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Posted May 31, 2010 in For Both


Stylish Summer Items

All the dreary winter long, I dreamed of a chic summer style. I had visions of bike rides with floral sundresses blowing in the wind, mini-skirts and espadrilles and smart-looking shorts with tailored blouses. Fast forward to the muggy month of May: Forget about elegance – in last week’s humidity, the only items I was willing to don were...

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Posted May 30, 2010 in Arts


The Comics Pimp: Buffy and Angel

If you’re a huge Joss Whedon fan (Buffy, Angel, Firefly, and Dollhouse), you’re probably devastated each and every time one of his shows gets canceled. The good news for fans, particularly considering how unceremoniously some of the series ended, is that Buffy and Angel live on! At the end of the last season of Angel, the gang of evil bashers...

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Posted May 29, 2010 in About Last Night, For Her


STATUS Urban Fashion Show presented by EMPIRE bout...

This past Saturday night I attended the STATUS Urban Fashion Show presented by EMPIRE boutiques and held at the Just for Laughs Museum in Montreal. The line-up of people was a true preview of the looks that would later parade down the catwalk: ‘Street’ inspired. Featured brands included Bruxe, Hurley, Insight, Lifetime, Nixon, Obey,...

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Posted May 28, 2010 in Music


Let the glorious rays of King Sunshine beat agains...

Garnering nationwide recognition by wowing crowds at Canada’s largest music festivals, including the Ottawa Blues Festival, Toronto Jazz Festival, Toronto Harbourfront Festivals, Halifax Evolve Festival, and our very own Montreal Jazz Festival, the band known as KING SUNSHINE has illuminated many a dance floor with their discofunkalicious...

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Posted May 27, 2010 in Music


FUNKERMAN – House For All

When I was asked to review this CD for, part of me was kind of skeptical. House music? Don’t get me wrong, I love the genre, but I haven’t really gotten excited by a house CD in what seems like ages. Surprisingly, Funkerman’s House For All did just that. Featuring a wide variety of vocalists, including Ida Corr (singer/songwriter of...

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