Part two of the box office smash Now You See Me hits theatres June 10. In preparation for the film, we took to the streets to have our minds blown by the city’s best magicians, mentalists and illusionists.
If you’re like me and missed out on being part of the cool crowd, you can join a longboarding group and give it a whirl. I was invited by Melissa Lee to try this very hip form of skateboarding (with a much longer — and often faster — board).
The slowing down part is why he named the new place Piano Piano (which means “go slow” in Italian). The family part is why his two-year-old daughter’s art is on the walls and the place is informal, family-friendly and inexpensive. Lotsa pizza ’n’ pasta.
The stakes are higher for our social media–savvy kids than they were for us. Proms now come with more expenses than just the dress, not to mention all of the other expectations that will undoubtedly shape this milestone in their lives.
Aaron Neilson-Belman just returned home from a three-year journey to South America in his 1979 Volkswagen T2 Transporter. As if the journey and the vehicle weren’t hippie enough, Neilson-Belman recruited renowned Toronto artist Al Runt to paint a mural symbolizing the adventure across the van.
When I had young children, I began to wonder where their food was coming from. I wanted to get them the best quality food I could, so I started growing my own vegetables and received my first three chickens in 2007.
Recently, he got involved with The Brain Project, a Baycrest Health Sciences fundraiser and open-air art installation, launching June 3, that sees a slew of incredible artists, such as Rashid, Mr. Brainwash and David Drebin.