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07 Oct 2016

Are You “Phubbing” Kidding Me? Put the Phone Down

A recent study out of the University of Kent examines the practice of “phubbing” — concentrating on your phone in a social setting. But is “phubbing” truly the new norm? Two men stand adjacent to each other at a local...
By Daniel Calabretta
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Jann Arden poses with copies of her popular novel, Falling Backwards: A Memoir
07 Oct 2016

5 Questions with Jann Arden

We caught up with Jann Arden at this summer’s Wonderful Women event hosted by Weizmann Canada at Casa Loma, where she was part of a panel of ladies who — pardon our French — seriously kick a**.  Listen in on...
By Erica Giancola
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Move over, UberEATS! Stocking the cupboards just got a lot easier thanks to InstaBuggy, an app that lets you select your groceries from your smartphone and then delivers your goodies within the hour.
07 Oct 2016

Q&A with Julian Gleizer, Founder of InstaBuggy

So you ran out of eggs for breakfast but you want to spend your Sunday lounging in your pajamas. What to do? Order them on InstaBuggy! CL: What inspired the InstaBuggy concept? Julian Gleizer: I was working 12- to 15-hour...
By Amandalina Letterio
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Entrepreneur by day and vintage arcade game refurbisher by night, Sasha Sekretov has built up an enviable collection of flawlessly restored antique games
07 Oct 2016

The Arcadian

Sasha Sekretov left his heart in a 1980s arcade. Today, he resurrects his favourite childhood pastime by giving new life to vintage games. The year is 1988. A 14-year-old boy walks into the corner pizza joint and orders a slice...
By Amandalina Letterio
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The Past Life Perspective
07 Oct 2016

The Past Life Perspective

City Life takes a peek into a new form of therapy: taking a walk through our past lives. The book arrived at a good time. A month after my grandmother’s sudden passing, I found myself opening a package to find...
By Amanda Storey
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07 Oct 2016

Appreciate, Don’t Appropriate

One of Canada’s most poignant qualities is its multiculturalism. But despite our “melting pot” status, racism still exists here — and oftentimes appears in the form of cultural appropriation. City Life asked Selina-Rachel Mendez to clear the air surrounding this...
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Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D.
06 Oct 2016

Worried about thanksgiving overeating? Giving thanks before meals helps weight control, health

As millions upon millions of Canadians look ahead to Thanksgiving with trepidations about overeating, I’d like to focus on one of the most fundamental staples of the Thanksgiving meal that will help prevent overeating not just on Turkey Day, but...
By Susan Peirce Thompson
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Aperol summer drink
16 Aug 2016

You Snooze, You Lose (the Booze) – Aperol

Where’d the Aperol go? This season, the aperitif has been near impossible to find, leaving an alco-hole in our hearts. City Life investigates the disappearance of 2016’s favourite summer drink. Every summer has a song, a film — and a...
By Amanda Storey
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Sam Perri
04 Aug 2016

Supernova Sam Perri – UFO House

Did the Millennium Falcon just touch down in Caledon? City Life Magazine embarks on an interstellar mission to the area’s most outlandish address. When the bones of a flying-saucer-like home began to appear off an unassuming gravel path near Caledon,...
By Simona Panetta-Kerr
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