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Bartending: the inroads towards passion?

I’m going to put a lot of weight on the Blue Moon about to happen. You see, I believe in synchronicity. Things start falling into place and connections are realized when my head is in the right space. 583 more words


Making Room On Istedgade

Every port city has them, raw and racy red light districts adding their own challenges and spice to a city’s identity. Copenhagen’s own hub has historically centered on and around Istedgade, a vibrant nerve in the central district of Vesterbro. 189 more words


Eastside Coffee Culture

A friend and neighbour of mine likes to text me when she’s in the mood for a cup of coffee. She knows I like to explore the neighbourhood’s cafés as much as she does and we both work on flexible schedules. 968 more words


Secrets to Buying the Right Home

In the next 20 years, Energy prices are expected to more than double. If your home costs $70 a month to heat today, it could cost around $200 a month to heat in 20 years. 322 more words

What better time to check out the Bloor Street Culture Corridor.  It’s one of several neighbourhoods in TORONTO with a healthy concentration of arts and arts-related venues and institutions. 

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Despite the smelly-sounding name, Cabbagetown is a cherished well-known neighbourhood in east-central Toronto, its streets graced with some lovely Victorian homes. The area was home to Irish immigrants in the 1840s, when they came to worked in nearby industries. 225 more words

Creative Living

Please Sir, Can I Have Some More

When Oliver Twist uttered those famous words to Mr. Brumble, ” Please sir, can I have some more,” little did he know how gruel would transform to a nutritional food fit for kings and paupers. 288 more words