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
Assuming Perfect: Insight Gained From a Life Cut Short
The response to a picture posted recently on our personal Facebook page got us thinking. It was of our friend Melissa. In the photograph, she is wearing striking yellow designer dress. Her hair was styled by some of the best...
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
We left the Newport Beach Film Festival truly inspired by the many Canadians who were making big moves in the film industry. We sat down with writers, directors and actors to talk about their experience in Hollywood and hear advice for other young professionals looking to turn film and television into a career
We don't usually venture uptown to go shopping, but Dew in Leaside has managed to capture our attention. Launched five years ago by Ryerson fashion design grad Darci MacPhee, this small boutique has everything to keep you stylishly covered for any occasion
That fine line between just hooking up and wanting something more is one that inevitably gets crossed all too often. Emotions between two partners conflict, he wants one thing while she wants another; you know how it is. In a city where the young professional dating scene is quite the small circle, maybe it's time to rethink what you're looking for