What happened to innocence? These hand-painted dolls will make you think twice about buying another doll at the store. In fact, you might just want to recreate one yourself.
There is no real evidence to show exactly when, or how it was first discovered that a stimulating brew could be made from the coffee bean (seed). The stories remain as Middle Eastern legends and myths. The most popular legend tells about an Ethiopian goat herder from the province of Kaffa who was amazed by the lively behaviour of his goats after they had chewed red coffee berries. Continue reading…
On Sunday June 8th, nearly 15,000 participants walked together across 59 Canadian communities raising funds towards a future without Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. The GUTSY WALK, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada’s largest single day fundraiser raised $3,004,624 to advance medical research Continue reading…
If I had a name like Rosie Fernandez
I would wear gardenias and orchids
in my hair.
I would buy some hot sauce
called “Jump up and kiss me.” Continue reading…
I can still recall the weightless feeling of sitting cross-legged, without any effort, in the Dead Sea. Floating in that historical body of water in 2008, I experienced the unusual buoyancy that results from such an uncommon concentration of salt water. At the time I believed I had just completed a once in a lifetime event.
Carpets are signature pieces that withstand the test of time, while accommodating our evolving lifestyles.
The artistic weaving of carpet dates back to 700 B.C. when West Asian artisans knotted intricate pieces for commerce across the orient.
Lately in the world of interior design, it seems you can’t swing a throw pillow without running into the historically disgraced staple of grandmother’s past — wallpaper.
Infamous for blanketing homes in atomic patterns of green, orange and brown, could this former paper pariah actually be staging a comeback?
The historical remnants of a time when neon signs were alight and businesses were booming have long been a mainstay of Granville Street, Vancouver’s legendary entertainment strip.
Music ownership is dying quickly, much to the chagrin of distributors such as iTunes and Amazon, who thought they had cornered the market with their online download business model. And so they did for a few years, converting music fans everywhere from the hassle of owning records, CDs, DVDs and the like.