Author: Nellie Chen

It’s finally warming up in the city and I make up any excuse to hit the beach. Bikini season calls for heavy-duty maintenance on the hairy jungle that you’ve neglected all winter (hey, don’t judge!). Fortunately, the newly opened Yonge and Eglinton location of Fuzz Wax Bar came to my rescue. I tried their Brazilian, and was impressed by their speedy effort and solid quality of the treatment.

Celebrating 25 years of premium casual dining for all, Milestones busts out its retro menu favourites along with some help from Kim Crawford Wines.

Bigger than ever this year, The Stop Community Food Centre has once again brought together the city’s culinary wonders to its sold-out annual fundraiser, The Stop’s Night Market. Featuring inspiring dishes from 70 chefs, 20 beverage vendors, and over 39 one-of-a-kind food carts by local designers, this two-night extravaganza last week displayed the very best of food, art, and music this city has to offer. Held at a spacious vacant lot off Sterling Road on the west end, we had…

Just last week, Argentinian inspired restaurant, Branca and Alamos Winery teamed up for an unforgettable night of epicurean exploration. We were in for a real treat as we got a chance to create our own wine and food pairings.

The WORKS Gourmet Burger Bistro kicks off a fun rock-n-roll themed menu for this long awaited spring. Aptly titled, Patty Like a Rockstar, we taste tested a few of the items from this new, limited time only menu.

Actor Marc Labreche

Back by popular demand is celebrated Canadian writer and director Robert Lepage’s highly visual theatre piece, Needles and Opium. Presented by Canadian Stage and running at the Bluma Appel Theatre, this production of a two-man act surrounded by a spinning 3D stage proved to be visually stunning.

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