Dashing through the snow is all the more, well, dashing, when one partakes in a sleigh ride amid perfectly exquisite scenery (with a warm drink in mitten-clad hand).
Normand Latourelle strides into one of the white tents anchored near the shores of Lake Ontario, where the members of his multinational equestrian spectacular, Odysseo, are having lunch. He is all smiles, even as he acknowledges that he can’t remember anyone’s name.
Vienna has been known as the ball capital of the world for over two centuries, and hosts about 450 separate balls annually.
The sixteenth in Nick Jones’s fast-expanding empire of Soho House private clubs, Ludlow House opened earlier this year in New York’s Lower East Side, known for tenement buildings, storeys stacked on storeys.
Wainwright’s elegant, vibrational vocals work within each track, unifying the album with her powerfully distinct multifaceted emotional spectrum.
Explorations of whether loneliness is a social malice, or something prehistorically determined, even necessary.
Calgary-based Old Trout Puppet Workshop reminds us that the core of puppetry is a desire to infuse inanimate objects with spirits, which is an incredibly ancient ritual.
To better understand the nuances of holding the title of poet laureate, we spoke to laureates from select Canadian cities (and a Territory) about what the title means to them.
In new photography collection, Wade Davis: Photographs author, anthropologist, and former National Geographic explorer-in-residence Wade Davis has selected 140 photographs from the thousands he has taken over the course of 15 years of travel across 80 nations, from Africa to the Arctic, the Columbian Amazon to the temples of Tibet.