Issue: February/March 2020
- What are your 2020 Oscar Predictions?
- Embracing a New Winter Attitude
- March Break Adventures
- Everyone Has A Role Model
- Weather Might Be Frightful But Fashion Doesn't Have To Be
- Let Your Child Pursue Their Dreams
- One of the Biggest Infrastructure Projects in Toronto's History
- Sampling The World In Toronto
- Beaches Living Guide Online
- Holiday Greetings...
Category Archives: Movies Pics
This edition of Beaches|life will be featuring some of the most critically acclaimed films of the 1950s. Inuit Canadian are given the right to vote (Jan. 1, 1950), CBC Televsion started to air (Sept. 6, 1952), Korean War (1950–53), Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame was founded (Oct. 1957), St. Lawrence Seaway officially opens (1959), Lester Pearson was awarded the Nobel … <entire article…>
This edition of Beaches|life will be featuring some of the most critically acclaimed films of the 1940s. And it wouldn’t be right, if we didn’t include a couple holiday season gems. Some events that occurred in this decade include the federal government introducing the Unemployment Insurance Commission (1940), Norman Breakey of Toronto invented the paint roller (1940), D-Day (June 6, … <entire article…>
Over the next few editions of Beaches|life we will be featuring some of the most critically acclaimed films of specific decades. The first decade we focus on is the 1930s. Some events that occurred in this decade include the Dionne quintuplets born in Corbeil, Ontario (May 1934), the CBC was created (November 1936), Canadian artist Joe Shuster and American Jerome Siegel … <entire article…>
We think it’s better, and on a whole, it is, but we are also reminded that there’s a long way to go. This edition of Beaches|life we are featuring films that address social justice. Some are Hollywood re-tellings, others are documentaries, but all are considered some of the best on the subject. They are funny, sad and most of all … <entire article…>
It’s never just one moment – it’s an ongoing journey. Ask anyone who’s done it; they’ll all have a coming out story. It’s a process that can be terrifying, exhilarating, heartbreaking and confidence-building. There are so many films that cover the subject: from high school to discovery in later life, from passion to awkwardness. Beaches|life has gathered together some of … <entire article…>
They touch our lives every day. We make them part of our families. When they are with us, we understand what it means to be loved with no judgment and when they are gone, they leave an emptiness. Of course, some are not so friendly but either way, we are always intrigued by them. In this edition of Beaches|life, we … <entire article…>
It may have been your mother, girlfriend, sister or even teacher, whomever it was, we all have had special women inspire us. In this edition of Beaches|life, we are saluting the strong women in film, both the actresses and the characters they portray. The Color Purple | Thelma & Louise | Frida | Mona Lisa Smile | Million Dollar Baby … <entire article…>
With winter knocking at the door and shortened daylight, people like to cocoon in the comfort of their homes. This edition of Movie Pics, we are tugging on your heartstrings with ten feel-good films. They may not all be happy stories or even have happy endings, what they do have are good messages, hopeful story lines and most of all, … <entire article…>
With Torontonians getting ready to cast their ballots for the upcoming municipal election, as well as our friends to the south getting ready for their very important mid-term election, Beaches|life is celebrating these films that are themed around our democratic right to vote.