Issue: Dec/Jan 2019/20
- Holiday Greetings...
- O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree
- Everyone Has One, What’s Your Story?
- Winter Protecting Your Home
- Glamming Up Without Breaking the Bank!
- Seeing Beyond the Dollars
- Holiday Gift Guide @ Local Shops
- 2020 Awards Season & Sports Galore Schedule
- Your Essential Home Kit for the Winter
- Sampling The World In Toronto
Tag Archives: October/November 2019
You probably have seen her on the New Year’s Eve Special, broadcast each year on CBC for New Year’s Eve. Liza Minnelli, Michael Jackson and Celine Dion, are just some of the many celebrities impersonated by Canadian comedian, Jessica Holmes. As a stand-up comic, Jessica has opened for comedians such as Jerry Seinfeld, Russell Peters and Ellen DeGeneres, as well … <entire article…>
Many choose Halloween as an opportunity to dress up and impersonate their favourite celebrities. A child might choose to impersonate a favourite sports’ star or animated character from a popular movie franchise. An adult may have a favourite singer or comedian in mind, perhaps someone they followed growing up. There are advantages to dressing up as someone you can impersonate. … <entire article…>
Feel like a superhero this season in one of fall’s trendiest capes. There are various styles to choose from, whether you want to make a BIG fashion statement, or just a nod to this season’s fashion. Let’s talk about capes for women first! Long Cape – Next-level your work day wardrobe with a tailored knee-length stunner. It’s gorgeous and bold, … <entire article…>
Pumpkin seeds have been called one of the “world’s healthiest foods”. This is not just a flattering description. The World Health Organization rates foods for their nutritional benefits and pumpkin seeds score excellent on the food rating system. Pumpkin seeds are edible, flat, oval-shaped green seeds inside a white shell. When removed from the flesh of a pumpkin, they … <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…>
Harvest time brings to mind a rich array of colours, patterns and textures. You just have to look at a fall garden to be inspired by the mixture of golds, deep greens, purples, reds and bright yellow. With so much natural beauty around us, it doesn’t take much to bring harvest’s glory into your home. Here are some great ideas. … <entire article…>
Children do well at school when their family and friends take an interest in their school and schoolwork. The same applies when you have teenagers in high school or older teens in college or university, although the way you show support may be different. Getting involved in your child’s education, even in the simplest ways, shows that you care about them … <entire article…>
Healthy looking hair is generally a sign of good health and good hair-care practices. For those with less hair, everything that applies to hair health also applies to a healthy scalp. We all can take steps to keep our hair and scalp healthier. Hair and Scalp – What You Eat Research shows without a doubt that correct nutrition is instrumental … <entire article…>
Did You Know? In what lovely Ontario town would you find the Grand River? Name two classic styles of church architecture found in the Beaches? Where did Mr. Ryan, former owner of Ryan’s Hardware Store, find a lost river? What is the Baymouth bar? (hint, it is not a restaurant!) Where might you find signs of a lost river at … <entire article…>