Crushing On: Lady Peel’s Modern Victorian

Crushing On: Lady Peel’s Modern Victorian

A successful actor has the ability to transform into a convincing character in front of the audience to a point that the audience no longer sees the actor as a performer, but sees a character as a completely different being. … Continue reading

416 Weekend: Things to do in Toronto (Oct.4th – Oct.6th)

416 Weekend: Things to do in Toronto (Oct.4th – Oct.6th)

It’s Friday and it’s the weekend which means it’s times to shut down the computer, get out of the office and start planning your next few days of freedom. There’s no shortage of thing to do around Toronto this weekend. … Continue reading

Crushing On: Sense and Sensibility in Cabbagetown

Crushing On: Sense and Sensibility in Cabbagetown

Owning a Victorian home in Toronto’s Cabbagetown means owning a piece of Toronto’s history. A neighbourhood that was once home to many immigrants fleeing the Potato Famine, is now designated a Heritage Conservation District with beautifully preserved homes and rich streetscapes. One … Continue reading

City Living: Live Big in a Small Space

City Living: Live Big in a Small Space

Working in Real Estate I meet and talk to many people about their wants and needs in regards to their home. Lately I’ve been meeting buyers and renters wanting to make the move to the city. Some are young professionals … Continue reading

A Day at TIFF Bell Lightbox

A Day at TIFF Bell Lightbox

Most people associate that “end of summer” feeling with Labour Day weekend or kids going back to school, but if you’re a film buff in Toronto it’s the start of the Toronto International Film Festival.  For one week every September … Continue reading