Since 1987, Laywine’s has been selling the finest writing instruments and materials you can find in Toronto.
The newest location for Toronto bees is on the second-floor roof of the Colonnade, at 131 Bloor Street West, where two hives were installed yesterday.
In March 2018, the Pecorella Hair Salon & Spa will have been at its most recent location, at 106 Cumberland, for 25 years, and in business for 35 years.
To learn what you need to know about luxury leather bags and cases, I’ve come to visit Betty Hemmings, a Yorkville-exclusive specialty retailer.
The Sassoon Academy in Bloor-Yorkville is the best place to learn advanced styling and coloring using the Sassoon signature technique: precision haircutting.
Migratory birds get confused, injured, and killed by two things found in abundance in downtown Toronto—artificial light and glass. This is how you can help.
Pearl Miller almost missed her calling. After separating from her husband, the continued boredom of a fourteenth year working for the federal government was off the table, as she found herself wanting to do something more ambitious. She started staying up late, making batches of clothes in her house, and throwing a party every couple […]
Perhaps as Yorkville keeps changing, the Scollard Deli will remain timeless.
The story of Carrera y Carrera starts in Madrid, Spain, in 1885, when Saturio Esteban Carrera opened a small jewellery workshop in the Barrio de las Letras, the same artistic neighbourhood where the first edition of Don Quixote was printed. The Carrera family continued the tradition of fine jewellery-making through multiple generations, reaching Saturio’s great-grandson […]
It’s a sunny afternoon, and Norm Wright is doing highlights for two women who are reading magazines as sun pours in through the second-floor window of TAZ Hair Co. in Bloor-Yorkville. In most other salons, you might be able to see the sharp reflections of sunlight in small folded pieces of tin foil in the clients’ […]