Robert Kananaj: Times Of Reflection

Robert Kananaj: Times Of Reflection

Sculpture and installation exhibition. Apr 30-July 30, 2022. Robert Kananaj Gallery (RKG), 172 St. Helens Avenue, Toronto. Over the past two years, the ongoing pandemic and now the war in Ukraine, encouraged us at RKG to reconsider much that had been taken for granted. After ten years’ continuous work, the forced closure of public spaces … Read more

As tourists return, locals consider the future of Vancouver’s Granville Island

As tourists return, locals consider the future of Vancouver’s Granville Island

People enjoy the sunshine on the pier at Granville Island in Vancouver on May 8.Jesse Winter / The Globe and Mail On a sunny spring weekend, the plaza in front of the market on Vancouver’s Granville Island is lively. A crowd has gathered around Quinn Beasley on his unicycle, watching him teeter precariously while he … Read more

Mother Mother at the NAC – Apartment613

Mother Mother at the NAC – Apartment613

Back in Ottawa for the first time since 2019, Mother Mother brought their Inside tour to the National Arts Center in Ottawa. Opening the show was Toronto alt rock band Monowhales. Photo: Marc Lepage / APT613 The band’s set included their most recent single “New Threads” as well as an excellent cover of Nine Inch … Read more

A Lockdown Sandwich Obsession Has Resulted In Cut Lunch Deli, a Randwick Eatery Turning Out Stellar Sangas

A Lockdown Sandwich Obsession Has Resulted In Cut Lunch Deli, a Randwick Eatery Turning Out Stellar Sangas

To keep ourselves sane during lockdowns, many of us turned to upping our kitchen skills, whether that involved perfecting sourdough loaves or whipping up dalgona coffee. Libby Dunlop – a trained pastry chef who spent 10 months working at Quay before leaving to study finance and accounting – dedicated herself to the art of the … Read more

Ripponlea’s historic Ulverstone mansion dubbed the ‘perfect trophy home’ after being restored

Ripponlea’s historic Ulverstone mansion dubbed the ‘perfect trophy home’ after being restored

A restored circa-1890s estate in Melbourne’s southeast with original stained glass windows, handpainted gold-leaf cornices and carved marble fireplaces is for sale after being restored. A grand circa-1890s Ripponlea estate described as the “perfect trophy home” is for sale with a $ 4.5m- $ 4.7m asking price. Named Ulverstone (also known as Ulverston), the house … Read more