FROM THE ARCHIVE: Anyone who might have thought that a busy kitchen was a well-oiled machine learns differently from Bourdain’s tell-all, which reveals that you should never eat fish on a Monday, and that if you’re a fan of eggs benny, you’re the most hated kind of restaurant-goer there is.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: On November 12, 1951, the National Ballet of Canada made its debut in Toronto. At the helm is artistic director Karen Kain, one of Canada’s most beloved and honoured ballerinas.
When does good design become a distinctive style? According to Fred Thornton Hollingsworth, good design never becomes a style because good design is all about planning a solution to an individual problem. Fred Hollingsworth practiced architecture for more than 60 years, designing solutions for the way people live in homes and occupy public buildings.
Stephan Moccio writes hit songs for superstars and now himself.
Gracing one full side of Phillips Square in Montreal is the stately, elegant Birks flagship store, boasting coving and detail work that belies its 19th-century origins. It is today a lovely space to shop in, to browse among the products.
It is Montblanc’s 100-year anniversary, and to celebrate the company is premiering a variety of exquisite new pieces.