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Your Urban Lifestyle Guide

November 25, 2015 @ 3:02pm by Nana

The amount of times I hear someone read a cocktail menu and say ‘Eggs? There’s no way I can have a drink with an egg in it”, truly saddens me. In cocktail heavy cities such as San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, and Chicago, this may be an afterthought, but in some cities, putting eggs in cocktails is still a trend that some may view as ‘gross’.


Feeling bummed out about the state of the world? It’s a good things there are tons of ways for you to contribute!
What you can do to help?

For beginners, you can sign this petition to voice your support for Syrian refugee acceptance in Canada.

Next, if you have some extra green lying around you can make a donate to Lifeline Syria, a Toronto based non-profit, that as its name suggests, aids Syrian refugees

If you’re more of an online activist, you can take to social media to show your solidarity.

November 24, 2015 @ 10:54am by Andrew

Your best bet on making a statement at the workplace would be putting on one of these effortless looks.
Photography @colinarmstrong
Model Nico Bompadre

Available at Schad Boutique | Wolf & Zed

Tucked away in a quiet side street of Centertown Ottawa sits North & Navy, which is every bit as elegant as it sounds. A converted century home creates a parallel between Northern Italian cuisine and Eastern Ontario fare; conveying a sense of excitement that lies somewhere between the discovery of something original and simply coming home.

November 24, 2015 @ 1:13am by Nana

I do declare, I am in love with whisk(e)y and I am officially shouting it from the mountaintop. From the moment Don Draper took a sip of his Old fashioned, we have become obsessed with whisk(e)y-based cocktails. After Mr. Draper inspired a new generation of brown liquor lovers, the Japanese swooped in and bought up whisky distilleries from Scotland all the way down to the whiskey distilleries in Kentucky.

Surfer Blood, the Florida-based indie rock band, first stumbled into fame in 2009 with their song “Swim” catching passing glances from prestigious music journalists. This song, as well as the band’s SXSW performance, shot Surfer Blood into a heated circle of anticipation. The youngsters had yet to put out a proper album.