Bear with while I try something new. Nowadays, so many people start blogs and then abandon them because they feel they have nothing to say. Even if we’re blogging about a popular subject such as food, odds are someone’s already said it before. That recipe, that interview, that perfect Instagrammable shot – they’re all already […]
Northern Soul is a little film by director Elaine Constantine that came and went without so much as a whisper. Released in the UK in 2014, Northern Soul debuted in North America at TIFF in September 2015 and opened to a limited release in October, disappearing the following week. In as much as the […]
Caplansky’s hosts the 2nd annual Latkepalooza Celebrate the flavours of cinema Brockton General hosts a Swiss Hunter’s night Grab and Go on Dundas West Viva Tastings hosts a holiday open house
David Rocco creates a new menu for the Roosevelt Room. An Italian wine dinner at Vertical. Luma lunchbox turns TIFF into a picnic. New York Subway reopens. Whose sticky toffee will reign supreme? Art & Drinks – a gallery attached to a cafe, attached to a locavore deli.
The biggest opening of this year’s film festival isn’t taking place on the movie screens. Instead, it’s all about where movie stars and movie goers will be dining. Torontonians have been watching the Bell Lightbox reach for the sky for the past couple of years, and when it was announced that Oliver & Bonacini would […]
And with a sigh of relief – this year’s Toronto International Film Festival is over. How I hate the damned thing. It’s not that I don’t like the movies, or that I don’t appreciate what goes into them, but TIFF seems more and more about the “celebrities” each year than the actual films. Who’s wearing […]