Isn’t this the truth?
Month: September 2011
Two days after Saudi Arabia granted women the right to vote in municipal elections, a woman was sentenced to 10 lashes for driving a car.
It can’t just be wealth and fame that make Justin Bieber so romantic. He’s 17, not a typical age for grand gestures of amour.
What a day we had! Excellent weather, a lovely, trouble-free ride for a couple of hours through the country and small towns, and things went off without a hitch. Not to mention raising about $5,000. for the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.
You have a nice house. But is it a dry house? This weekend at the Toronto Fall Home Show, The Insurance Bureau of Canada is offering free plays at their interactive display, The Dry House, in hopes of helping homeowners and renters learn about ways to keep moisture outside where it belongs.
For a month and a half or so, every Friday at noon, a text message has been coming to my iPhone.
Having lived in Wingham for four years, and now living just about an hour away, I’m watching with interest the reports from the first ever murder trial of a Winghamite.
When we were kids, we only communicated face to face or on the phone.
Sunday, we’re riding in support of the Brain Tumour Foundation once again.
I adore Jane Lynch. Whether she’s track-suited up in Glee or doling out sarcastic advice to Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men, she’s always the best thing about a scene.
Thank you to The Toronto Star for this list. A recent survey from Thomas Cook and the Association of British Travel Agents revealed 20 of the most ridiculous complaints by “holiday-makers” made to their travel agent. (Comments in brackets are mine; things I wish I could say to these fools!)
When Domino Magazine folded a couple of years ago I was temporarily without a favourite design/decor publication. Then I found Design Sponge.
Gals, remember the days of toasting Cocoa Puffs in your Easy Bake Oven?
So many times a story will cross the newswire without any context. If you only read or know the bare facts, you don’t get the whole story.
The title of today’s blog says it all.
The Toronto International Film Festival has taken over that city and made the masses a little goofy with star-struck wonderment.
Most radio stations, TV stations and newspapers subcribe to a news service called CP, Canadian Press, formerly known as BN or Broadcast News.
The thing that dominates my memories of 9/11 is confusion.