Yes, these Iceland lists are all over the Internet. Trust me, I know. I studied them obsessively before heading to the mystical land of fire and ice by myself last month. But one more list can’t hurt. Everyone’s experiences are going to be different. I travelled alone, didn’t rent a car and stayed in Reykjavik […]
Alright, so I admit it: It took me 30+ years to finally get on a plane and do the all-inclusive beach vacation. It wasn’t my idea. It was an incredibly generous gift given by a friend’s mom who saw I needed a vacay. After declining a few times, I finally broke down and said yes.
It was sometime at the end of May or beginning of June 1995 that I caught a video of some song called Waydown by some band named Catherine Wheel on MuchMusic (back in those crazy days when music videos were played on TV).
The SNL40 extravaganza was one of the more appreciated multi-hour TV celeb fests to grace my TV screen in quite sometime. I remember the first time I saw an episode of SNL. I was 8 or 9 and having a sleepover at my friend’s house. As expected, we were pretending to be asleep in her […]
Since I (what for some reason some say was brave) first ventured into the Big Apple on my own at the age of 18, I have since been back to my favourite city eight times. While I have never actually written an NYC to-do list, the one that lingers in my head (with new things […]
The Toronto Powers That Be murmured and grumbled again yesterday on whether or not the soon-to-be-defunct TTC Scarborough RT should be made into a park similar to the popular High Line in New York City. Nothing is set in stone, and as with everything in Toronto even if it were set in stone, it’s unlikely […]
“Don’t forget to buy $10,000 worth of useless crap, right here, at NBC Experience,” Conan once encouraged at the end of his virtual desk ride video. On April 27th 1999, a wondrous land full of over-priced TV memorabilia emerged in the heart of midtown Manhattan. The NBC Experience Store opened its doors to legions of peacock […]
…And this is why.