For the young professional (YP), October either signals the end of summer far too soon, or the beginning of fall, just in time. Now, if you find yourself in that latter group of “glass half full” types, you won’t mind...
Another week of glorious live music is on the horizon. You’ll find everything from classic rockers to indie pop singers, reunion tours, and even some prog rock thrown in for good measure. Just pick your genre and we bet you’ll be able to catch it in Toronto this week
When you think of Baltimore what comes to mind? We’re going to go with either The Wire or nothing. But here’s something you probably didn’t know: Baltimore is home to the super popular indie group Beach House, who played an incredible show at Republik on Saturday night. Here’s why you shouldn’t miss them next time
Another great week on the Toronto music scene kicks off tomorrow night at Massey Hall with some old-school CanCon. Follow that to Fucked Up, Black Lips, Dandy Warhols, Lily Allen, and more. If you haven’t been to a show since September started, this is the week to get out and do it. Mosh pit included
Most of us can’t simply call in a magic carpet (or, say, Lear Jet) to transport us for one night across Canada, or even the world, just to catch our dream concert. So what did American Express do? They created “American Express Unstaged” so you can have a live, front row experience from wherever you may be. Including your couch
Earlier this month, the Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF)’s Montreal Chapter held its 37th annual Gala at Place Des Arts, which featured a two-hour intimate concert by nine-time Grammy Award-winning artist, current heart throb, and chart-topper John Legend
Concerts mark the perfect opportunity to bond with clients or the girls and guys, or to impress and let loose on a first date. Obviously, this means you need to look good – but you don’t want to be too overdone, and comfort and versatility are a must. Here are two of our top footwear choices for both the YP lady and gentleman