Truly Unique Pizza on King and Jarvis

I recently had the opportunity to try True True Pizza on King Street, just east of Jarvis.  The pizzeria, which recently reopened after re-branding from One Pizza, offers uniquely shaped, oblong, personal sized pizzas with a variety of different toppings… Continue Reading

Fuller House: Nostalgic and a bit Cheesy at Times

Fuller House, television, Netflix

Us late Xers and early Millennials grew up watching Full House on Friday evenings, and later, Tuesdays.  And now that the sequel (can we call it a sequel?) has launched on Netflix, many may be binge-watching the first season, which… Continue Reading

The Knockoff: A Book Review

I typically don’t listen to novels, but I felt that a book about an online publication HAD to be an audio…on my iPhone.  The Knockoff by Lucy Sykes (she’s Plum Sykes’ twin) and Jo Piazza and narrated by Katherine Kellgren… Continue Reading

Casualization of the Wardrobe and Apologizing for What I Wear

When I was in my early 20s, people would often ask why I was “so dressed up” and it got really annoying.  As if it’s really weird to wear dresses and heels on a weekend.  It still happens once in… Continue Reading

Everything Old is New Again: Toronto’s Cultural Institutions’ Appeal to the Young

Art galleries and museums were once considered the exclusive domain of society’s elite – not for nothing was the term “art snob” coined. But in recent years, Toronto’s largest galleries, museums and performing arts centres are aggressively targeting a younger… Continue Reading