Year: 2019

PUP Morbid Stuff

PUP delivers a more frenetic, expansive but tight and poised ‘Morbid Stuff’

You know, it’s funny, I was talking with a fellow Canadian music writer when I was catching a few punk bands performing in downtown Toronto and mostly making fun of the label guys who are clearly too cool for any of this and aren’t nearly as inconspicuous as they think they are, and I was […]

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Travel Ontario • C is for Cruises

  Ever since I was a child watching Tim Curry acting all handsomely sneaky-like in Muppet Treasure Island, the idea of exploring new places by boat or ship seemed exhilarating. To this day, I still love being on the open water, regardless of the destination, or lack of celebrity pirates, and you don’t have to […]

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Bed and Breakfast Ontario

Travel Ontario • B is for Bed & Breakfasts

Despite food and beds being two of my favourite things, I’ve had a previously strained relationship with bed & breakfast accommodations. In my traveling teen years, I wasn’t very aware of them. In my hospitality years, I avoided them. Then, in Scotland, I fell in love with them. Staying at The Roods B&B in Inverkeithing, […]

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Inhale the Future, Exhale the Past

Where to Buy Sage for Smudging in Toronto (& Why!)

Ever since I recently started my knowledge journey into manifestation, courtesy of Manifestation Babe Kathrin Zenkina, I’ve been fascinated by one of the rituals she swears by so often; burning sage.

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Algonquin Park - Casey Wolfgang

Travel Ontario • A is for Algonquin Park

In 1893, Algonquin Park was launched as the first of what’s now 340 protected provincial parks and I’m happy to be giving a special post to this special destination.

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