I love fall for a lot of reasons, but above all else the world seems to get this “Back to School” vibe—summer is over, and it’s time to get back to work.
Inspired by my colleague Jill Duke, I got to thinking about the Fall TV shows I am excited about, too.
It’s the dog days of summer and if you want to get in the last couple of family fun days and nights, it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg.
My mom is a teacher, so every year around back to school she talks a lot about how excited she is to go back.
It’s almost September, which means I have to give up on some of my favourite summertime shows, like True Blood and Louie (wahh!).
In the spirit of Cannes and Sundance, Toronto has managed to bolster its International Film Festival which is fast becoming a firm favorite with movie buffs and a marvellous showcase for the best fall movies.
Recently, I was roped into babysitting a friend of a friend’s kids while they were in the hospital having another baby, and I found myself terrified.
Well, now that the Summer Olympics are over it got me thinking about how these games stacked up against the 2010 ones.
The great Snoop Dogg has been a large part of the soundtrack to our lives.
Summer concert season is upon us—lasting roughly from spring to early fall in this country (a few crazy bands tour in the winter.