Who won and who lost isn’t the only story to tell.
While Wya Point possesses many of the qualities one expects of a resort, such as an idyllic location—in this case 600 acres shared by statuesque old growth conifers with five kilometres of photogenic beachfront—it’s no stock character.
Kristin Lehman plays the indefatigable Detective Angie Flynn on the unapologetically Canadian crime drama Motive; the series’ second season premieres tonight on CTV.
The fact that it’s the year of the horse is not lost on Band of Horses’ lead singer Benjamin Bridwell; like an indie rocker sporting a scruffy beard or showing up hungover for an interview, it’s just too obvious.
The same technology that enables someone without pipes (say, Paris Hilton) to dabble in music-making, motivated Boris Favre to try his hand at making bagpipes.
Eat, drink, and merrily take a few tasting notes; that’s usually how these things go. But this is Forage, set in the adventure capital of the world, so food and wine scribes don’t get away with simply writing for their dinner—they have to really work for it.
Constructing harpsichords has been Craig Tomlinson’s passion for the past 35 years, but the instrument long precedes him. The harpsichord’s plucked strings and exterior embellishments typify the sound and opulence of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Acclaimed for his modernist furniture, designer Christian Woo has released a new collection informed by the natural setting of the Pacific Northwest. Each piece is crafted from sustainably harvested hardwoods with a profound respect for the raw material.
There is nothing superfluous about Niels Bendtsen, and by extension nothing superfluous about his designs. To put it another way, if his sofas or chairs were crafted like stories, he’s a Hemingway—minimalist and understated.
Tiffany & Co.’s fifth Canadian location at Oakridge Centre features some of the architectural characteristics of the beloved Fifth Avenue flagship in New York. Tiffany Blue fluted glass, wheat leaf–patterned stone, and those large show windows grace the façade.