Issue: February/March 2019
- Our Annual Love Affair with the Oscars
- Cool Winter, Warm Hearts
- Playing Dress-Up How to Dress for a Formal Event
- WINTER Yum!
- DIY or NOT DIY...That is the Question
- What are your 2019 Oscar Predictions?
- Got Aluminum Foil? Your Problems are Solved!
- Winter Day Project: Time for a Refresh
- Beaches Living Celebrating 15 Years Connecting You and Your Community
- Gifts 2018: Be Part of the “I made it” Movement
Category Archives: Beaches|Life magazine cover stories
Canada’s newest and youngest rising star, Johnny Orlando, at age 16 has made his name through social media with 5.7 million followers on Instagram. This past November, Johnny was the opening act at the Hudson’s Bay Christmas windows unveiling with headliner Carly Rae Jepsen. When 8-year-old Johnny and his 13-year-old sister Darian were looking for something to do around the … <entire article…>
“You don’t have to preach diversity,” says Canadian actor, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, “you just have to live it. “ He then modestly reminds us that he didn’t come up with that quote, but it’s how he lives his life, particularly in his award winning role as Appa, where he plays the storeowner family patriarch in the new CBC Kim’s Convenience. … <entire article…>
Frontline reporter and co-host of CBC’s The National, Adrienne Arsenault, travels the world to countries hit by war, famines, disasters and conflict, and she always finds “family” wherever she goes. It could be with her friends, mother or her godson in Toronto, or when she’s thousands of miles away from home, working with a small international news team covering a … <entire article…>
Kinky Boots, Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, South Pacific, The Lion King (both on Broadway and in Toronto). Her latest role is in the hit Canadian show Come From Away, in Toronto. It was time to come home. After living in New York City for the past two years and performing on Broadway in the hit Canadian musical Come From … <entire article…>
We all know him as the blue-haired chef who yells a lot and calls himself the “demon chef”. But the term “demon” may not be what you might think. “Demons are playful,” Alvin explains, “They are mischievous, they like to create and surprise people, you know, have some fun!” It’s the element of fun and play that has characterized Alvin’s … <entire article…>
It was a life-changing moment. Just hours after “The Lucky Ones” was released, it was the No. 1 song in Canada, performed by Canadian music artist Logan Staats. The 29-year-old musician from Six Nations Reserve had become the first winner on The Launch, a new music competition show on CTV. First aired this January, each episode of the series follows … <entire article…>
As Olympic fever spreads across the nation, we all recall the many great Olympic moments given to us by Canadian athletes. For example, who could forget the game-winning goal that won our Canadian Women’s Hockey team its gold medal at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver? Jennifer Botterill, who set up the goal for Marie-Philip Poulin, is one of Canada’s … <entire article…>
Canadian actor and comedian Jonny Harris figures he was the only kid on the planet who had parents who encouraged him to actually go to theatre school! They must have seen what Canadians, who follow Jonny, also love about him – a warm, funny comedian from Newfoundland and Labrador, who helps all of us lighten life’s load by taking time … <entire article…>
From Hollywood to First Nations, from actor, dancer, choreographer to director and educator, Michael Greyeyes truly has it all! Recently as a featured Canadian actor he attended the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) for the world premier of Woman Walks Ahead, directed by Susanna White, starring Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain as Catherine, and Michael as legendary Sioux chief Sitting … <entire article…>