Tag Archives: June/July 2014

Straight Razor Shave – Treating Yourself to the Past

With today’s multi-blade disposable razors, an entire generation (or two) has never experienced the luxuriousness of an old-fashioned straight razor shave. Fortunately, this simple pleasure is making a comeback.   Why Get a Straight Razor Shave It’s relaxing – There’s nothing like a hot towel on your face or the manly fragrance of warm shaving cream to zap the stress … <entire article…>

Toronto’s Pride to the World

This June, Toronto invites the planet to celebrate WorldPride. This is the fourth WorldPride, with the first held in Rome (2000), then Jerusalem (2006) followed by London (2012). Toronto has a long history with its annual Pride week. The festivities feature many activities such as a street market, open-air concerts and of course the Pride parade that in recent years … <entire article…>

Local Farmers Markets & Seasonal Produce Chart

Local Farmers’ Markets East Lynn Park Farmers’ Market – 1949 Danforth Ave Thursday, 3-7 pm, June 5-Oct. 16 my-market.ca East York Farmers’ Market – East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Ave Tuesday, 8 am-2 pm, May 13-Oct. 28 Fairmount Park Farmers’ Market – Upper Gerrard between Coxwell & Woodbine Wednesday, 3-7 pm, May 21-Oct. 15 Leslieville Farmers’ Market – Jonathan … <entire article…>

3 Questions to Inspire Business Success

No matter what your business is, you can’t do it alone. If you can get others to share the excitement you have for your business you can inspire them to work with you toward the same goals. Simon Sinek, a communications expert, offers insight into leadership through his lecture at TED Talk “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” which identifies effective … <entire article…>

Real Taste of Bangkok – Authentic Thai Street Food Awakens Your Taste Buds

After setting up four Thai restaurants in Toronto satisfying Canadian tastes in Thai cooking, owner Patrick Suxsaen decided it was time to introduce real Thai street food to Torontonians. His fifth restaurant, Jatujak, serves the kind of street food one enjoys in the hot, busy outdoor markets in and around Bangkok where street vendors set up barbeques and prepare many … <entire article…>

Coming, going and on the move.

Welcome new neighbours Boardwalk Beauty Spa – 2279 Queen St. E. Fearless Fitness – 1429 Kingston Rd. Hammertime Sports Cards & Memorabilia – 952A Kingston Rd. Jatujak – 1466 Kingston Rd. LCBO – 1986 Queen St. E. Main St. Veterinary Clinic – 170 Main St. New Energy Muay Thai & Fitness – 1480 Kingston Rd. Tim Hortons – 1089 Kingston … <entire article…>

A Symphonic Father Figure – Peter Oundjian, Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO).

World-renowned and beloved by those he has worked with and entertained,Canadian violinist, conductor, and music director, Peter Oundjian is celebrating ten years with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). Under his stewardship, the TSO has flourished, attracting new audiences, earning rave reviews, and a European concert tour this summer. Born in Toronto, Peter, the youngest of  five children, was raised … <entire article…>