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...
Tag Archives: June/July 2018
Window displays became popular in the late 1800s because large plate glass was now available to make windows that ran the length of a store. When Selfridges opened in London, England, it featured the longest continuous window façade Britain had seen. The window displays at Selfridges became an instant hit, setting a trend that retailers still use today in order … <entire article…>
2018 marks a milestone for Beaches Living – our 15th anniversary! Throughout this incredible journey, our vision has stayed the same: connecting you with your community for better living. In 2004, we had a vision to create a resource in print and online that would give local residents helpful and fun information at their fingertips. We would tell the stories … <entire article…>
Welcome new neighbours: Welcome new neighbours: Bespoke Butchers – 1378 Queen St. E. Budapest Restaurant – 1959 Gerrard St. E. Daughter of Oz Salon – 1360 Queen St. E. Distill Gallery – 1360A Queen St. E. Dulcinella – 7 Coxwell Ave. Freedom Mobile – 1889 Queen St. E. Freshii – 1002 Kingston Rd. In Bloom Flower Shop – 155 Main … <entire article…>
Maurice Fiorio loved The Beatles when he was a young boy living in France in the 1960s. In fact, he and his friends desperately wanted to look like the hottest new music group, with haircuts like John, Paul, Ringo and George. “Our local barbers only knew how to give us crew cuts,” Maurice recalls, “But we wanted to look cool, … <entire article…>