Chef’s Plate, a food delivery service originating in Toronto, brings together farm-fresh ingredients and simple recipes to create delicious meals at home.
After a seeing two shows, and having a couple of drinks of at the beer tent I walked over to check out the “season premiere” of Fringe Late Night. Now, there are very few things in heaven or on earth that I love as much as a variety show – so this thing was pretty […]
In What Happened to the Seeker, there is an illuminating moment when an aging hippie living in India muses on the local custom of going about the everyday business of living when young, working and raising families, then seeking enlightenment later when they are older. He speculates that maybe much of his current disappointment and […]
Bahamas is a hard act to Google. What’s a reviewer to do? If left to my own devices, I might start making assumptions based on the page one search results. I might think of adjectives like warm, inviting, pristine. Smooth. And, well, probably not coincidentally, I wouldn’t be wrong. But there is a deeper layer […]
This post is by Amanda Putz, CBC Radio host and new contributor to NXEW.ca. It is reproduced with permission under a Creative Commons license agreement. Make sure to check North by East West, it’s an awesome Canadian music blog. It’s hard to say anything that hasn’t already been said about Canadian indie sweetheart Joel Plaskett […]
Our Belated Review: “There are a lot of crappy things about Victoria, but your neighbors let you play your music really loud”
Thanks to the the NAC’s BC Scene, we’ve learned so much about the great music of B.C. over the past couple weeks. It’s nice to get so much west coast fun without the carbon and cost of air travel. The show from Immaculate Machine this past weekend was a special treat for me, as I’ve […]