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Your Urban Lifestyle Guide

There is a wine revolution going on all over the world right now. More and more young people are moving to the country side to rehabilitate old wineries and vineyards. Wine popularity has been on the rise the past few years and according to a new report by the Wine Market Council and as reported by the Wine Spectator, millennials accounted for 42% of all wine drunken in North America in 2015.

t’s a well-known fact that we have an issue when it comes to food distribution across the globe, and the only winners are large corporations who keep prices high, and the quality at an all time low. Rural communities across the world rely on farming as a source of sustenance for their families and villages.

Written By Kayla Miller
Ottawa art gallery Studio Sixty Six’s upcoming exhibition Erupt, opening with a reception on October 5th (6-9PM) features new works from recent graduates of the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO). Located in Ottawa’s Byward Market, SPAO is an independent, not-for-profit school and career college aimed at giving intensive learning experiences and enriching the culture of photographic arts.

Dunhill has always been a brand synonymous with quality. In this stunning visual treatment that is shot in Wrotham Park, Hertfordshire. Dunhill kicks off the fall winter season superbly by demonstrating their craftsmanship in luxurious knits and outerwear. This video will definitely help you get some ideas to round out your hit list for the season.

Forget What You Think You Know About Crossfit.
This widely popular sport has quickly become the latest trend for exercise and it is so much more than shirtless athletes grunting through insane looking workouts. CrossFit workouts are based on functional movements, and these movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing and more.

Nature versus nurture. It’s hard to say how much influence each has on who we might become, but for some of us, the way we are brought up has surprisingly lasting implications. Consequences that last a lifetime, impressions that might recede then return, adding inspiration to the way we live or how we express ourselves.