Erin is a Toronto-based actor, writer and queen of the side hustle. When she’s not writing the day away in a face mask, she’s taking in the city’s vibrant arts scene, doing a red carpet interview or brunching with her leading ladies. Follow me: @erinnicoledavis
Saturday’s Hush Hush Fundraiser Had Us Partying in the Stacks
There was no keeping down the voices at Hush Hush on Saturday night. In fact, guests could fulfill a childhood dream of being as loud and boisterous as they wanted to in a library – without librarians shushing them from...
Despite his hard-nosed and intimidating reputation on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, Kevin O’Leary was warm and welcoming on Tuesday for the launch of his first-ever photo exhibit, Kevin O’Leary: 40 Years of Photography, at First Canadian Place in Toronto
This much we know: the complexities of young professional life, emotion and circumstance are never accurately reflected on social media platforms. If this wasn't outrightly obvious before, it certainly was following the shocking death of a dear friend
We haven’t had as much fun as we did on Thursday evening at Art Battle’s Paint the Halls in a very long time. If you missed out, you unfortunately will probably never be able to experience anything like it. In just a few event-filled hours, the walls of Toronto’s landmark Women’s College Hospital were transformed into one of the most vibrant galleries of art in the city
The “L word” is off limits at Maderas Village. Any mention of having to leave is instantly silenced with a reminder to live in the moment and savour the memory – ingraining the sunset, your cold Tona beer and the conversation with new friends. Here's why every young professional should consider booking this once-in-a-lifetime experience
The Oakville native has shot to instant stardom, with his face plastered on Toronto billboards, commercials that air in prime time slots, cameras focused on him at local sporting events and fans who scream his name on Toronto streets.
As countless angst-ridden young people tried to make sense of life and navigate the crazy world around us during the past one and a half decades, Douglas Coupland’s books were there to offer insight, intrigue and, at times, even confuse us more