Archive for March, 2011

Vancouver’s Return to Tiki Time

(Mar 30, 2011) The Waldorf Hotel is one of those of those Vancouver legends. Slightly scuzzy, very surreal and absolutely legendary. Home to Va...

A Different Kind Of Spooky TV

(Mar 30, 2011) It’s true, I’m as big a mark for the BBC as it comes. My latest find has been Spooks or MI-5 as they’ve been ...

The Return Of Godspeed You! Black Emperor

(Mar 29, 2011) I’m not one to fanboy hard, but the masters are back. The gospel of indie rock and if you want to be super-specific, post-...

Going Soundcloud Watching

(Mar 29, 2011) The advent of Soundcloud in many ways was heralded the death of music-oriented elements of Myspace, or at least the ones that wor...

iLove

(Mar 29, 2011) I did it. I bought an iPhone.  And you know what?  I love that thing like I’ve never loved a phone before. I equate this m...

Mad Scientist Chef Turns to Mixology

(Mar 28, 2011) What do you do when you’ve become one of the most recognizable chefs in the world, beaten Stage IV cancer of the mouth, hav...

The Ombre and Dark Roots

(Mar 28, 2011) It’s fashion week and I have managed to avoid/not get invited to most of the parties except for a few. Last night it was a ...

Daily Paradox

(Mar 25, 2011) Last year when Rupert Murdoch announced that his News Corporation was working on the world’s first newspaper made exclusive...

Tumblr x New York Fashion Week

(Mar 25, 2011) From Monique Lhuiller's Fall 2011 Ready to Wear collection... The Yankee in me is extremely sad I’m not up in New York d...

I Don’t Roll On Saturdays

(Mar 25, 2011) It used to be that if you wanted to channel The Big Lebowski, you had to leave the comforts of downtown and head to an area of T...

James Blake: The Neo-Minimalist Post-Dubstep D’Angelo

(Mar 24, 2011) I may have written about James Blake, or perhaps his collaborative project Mt. Kimbie, but it is finally clear that the post-dubs...

Depressing TV

(Mar 24, 2011) The Rachel Zoe Project has a marathon every Sunday and my girlfriend makes me watch it. I’m addicted to it. It’s awful and ma...

Olde America Still Dominates American Dining

(Mar 24, 2011) While Manhattan continues to pride itself on pristine spaces with private dining rooms inaccessible to the ghastly plebes, Brookl...

Log Drivers Do It Better

(Mar 23, 2011) While having lunch at The Beaver, a West Queen West establishment known for it’s eats in the day and DJs at night, I was sl...

YouTube Faves

(Mar 23, 2011) Two of my favourite new YouTube clips came courtesy of the aforementioned Cerith.They are the awe-inspiring, emotionally intense ...