We live in the constant, ruthless flux of job and housing markets, of family and relationship reconfigurations and career impediments. As circumstances or conditions change, how do we respond? This issue presents a few examples of alternative ideas and practices, both new and old.
When you enter the latest Aga Khan Museum exhibition ― The Lost Dhow: A Discovery from the Maritime Silk Route ― you are literally aboard a 1200-year-old Arab trading ship, a dhow.
All The Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr, is at the top of many ‘best of the year’ books and was a recent pick of our book group. The general consensus was pretty much total adoration for many reasons.
Tonga calls itself the land where time begins. Situated immediately left of the International Date Line, Tonga is the first place on earth to greet each new day. That’s where Mary Li will spend the next year. But she’ll miss so many things about Toronto.
One of the by-products of royal icing (when you make four cakes) is a large number of ‘spare’ egg yolks. What to do?
Everyone seems shocked that five million of us have downloaded and listened to what is essentially an old-fashioned weekly radio series. “How can that be?” they marvel. “In this day of 140-character missives and nano-second attention spans?”
Baking Christmas cookies is serious business in Italian home kitchens. When a regional recipe is published with controversial ingredients, it causes a stir.
So long darkness, hello sunshine. For 25 years Torontonians have congregated in Kensington Market to ignite the darkness of the longest night.