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  • TorontoVerve.:: Jason: Jammin' in Kensington Market
    unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women Yonge Yorkville Counter Followers The Verve Archive January 2016 1 November 2015 4 October 2015 12 September 2015 28 August 2015 3 July 2015 12 June 2015 26 May 2015 22 April 2015 1 March 2015 4 January 2015 6 December 2014 18 November 2014 15 October 2014 2 September 2014 21 August 2014 31 July 2014 32 June 2014 28 May 2014 17 April 2014 16 March 2014 8 February 2014 7 January 2014 1 December 2013 10 November 2013 15 October 2013 29 September 2013 33 August 2013 30 July 2013 33 June 2013 38 May 2013 30 April 2013 19 March 2013 22 February 2013 19 January 2013 21 December 2012 21 November 2012 12 October 2012 28 September 2012 35 August 2012 33 July 2012 31 June 2012 30 May 2012 31 April 2012 30 March 2012 44 February 2012 30 January 2012 30 December 2011 30 November

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Sarah London Bergman
    in vintage magazines but she was real It s rare when those illustrations become reality She was one of those mean and scary women who was empowering I always thought that she was this badass babe who had these crazy curves which she often used as weapons She was a warrior She also wore these slanted and wild eyebrows as if they were warpaint TorontoVerve How do you think pin up culture has stood the test of time Sarah I think that pin up is increasing in popularity because of the internet and social media The 50 s revival seems to come in vogue more and more every decade since the 70 s We re inundated with pin up images only because they re more accessible now TorontoVerve Are you a fan of Bettie Page Sarah Bettie Page had a magnificent presence in front of the camera but so did so many other women I understand her celebrity She had a lot of charisma but she s also a bit of a walking cliché There were so many other interesting women in that genre around her time and after I think Bettie s great but her cult is a bit excessive TorontoVerve What has surprised you the most about yourself this year Sarah I recently realized that I m more of a Type B I really enjoy relaxing and sleeping in Sometimes having a Type A personality can be damaging For instance some people in my industry work extremely hard and have no work life balance I find my friends and my recreational time precious I work really hard but I also find time to gratify myself and there s nothing wrong with that Follow Sarah Bergman on Instagram and Facebook Check out her incredible work at SarahLondonMakeUp com Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 7 15 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest No comments Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Follow TorontoVerve Contact torontoverve at gmail dot com Copyright Notice No portion of this website or any of its content may be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St

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  • TorontoVerve.:: John
    Share to Pinterest No comments Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Follow TorontoVerve Contact torontoverve at gmail dot com Copyright Notice No portion of this website or any of its content may be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women Yonge Yorkville Counter Followers The Verve Archive January 2016 1 November 2015 4 October 2015 12 September 2015 28 August 2015 3 July 2015 12 June 2015 26 May 2015 22 April 2015 1 March 2015 4 January 2015 6 December 2014 18 November 2014 15 October 2014 2 September 2014 21 August 2014 31 July 2014 32 June 2014 28 May 2014 17 April 2014 16 March 2014 8 February 2014 7 January 2014 1 December 2013 10 November 2013 15 October 2013 29 September 2013 33 August 2013 30 July 2013 33

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Sneak Peek of Our Photoshoot with Morgan Baskin
    be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women Yonge Yorkville Counter Followers The Verve Archive January 2016 1 November 2015 4 October 2015 12 September 2015 28 August 2015 3 July 2015 12 June 2015 26 May 2015 22 April 2015 1 March 2015 4 January 2015 6 December 2014 18 November 2014 15 October 2014 2 September 2014 21 August 2014 31 July 2014 32 June 2014 28 May 2014 17 April 2014 16 March 2014 8 February 2014 7 January 2014 1 December 2013 10 November 2013 15 October 2013 29 September 2013 33 August 2013 30 July 2013 33 June 2013 38 May 2013 30 April 2013 19 March 2013 22 February 2013 19 January 2013 21 December 2012 21 November 2012 12 October 2012 28 September 2012 35 August 2012 33 July 2012 31 June 2012 30

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Blogger Spotlight: Sarah De Melo's The Curvaceous Closet
    founder of Voluptuous Within three weeks I started modelling for her store TV So what do your friends and family think of your modelling SD They re really happy for me They re pleased with the exposure and experience I m getting I m working with women who empower and motivate me I was recently chosen to model at New York Fashion Week in September so they re very excited TV Tell us about your blog The Curvaceous Closet SD My blog is my fashion diary It s what I wear daily I also inform other curvy girls about where to find quality clothes TV You say on your blog that this is your journey of becoming not a plus size model but a my size model something model Ashley Graham talks about in her TedTalk Is she a role model of yours SD Definitely Everything she says resonates with me I hope the fashion industry drops the plus because she s a model and now I m a model and it shouldn t matter what size we are The reality is that the majority of women in North America are a size 8 That s what the fashion industry calls plus size which is sad TV On your blog you ve expressed your frustration about being described as pretty for a fat girl SD Yeah that s right I ve had the same best friends since I was five years old and they re all under size 6 I m a size 14 and much taller than them so I stand out wherever we go In the fifth grade I was definitely one of the tallest and I developed quickly I remember once walking down College Street and hearing a guy say She s hot but she s big I just laugh it off now Model Dita Von Teese once said Even if you re the ripest peach there will always be someone who doesn t like you and that s true Not everyone is going to like my body shape and that s ok I m happy with myself and that s what really matters Follow Sarah on her personal Twitter and Instagram and The Curvaceous Closet on Instagram Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 7 14 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest No comments Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Follow TorontoVerve Contact torontoverve at gmail dot com Copyright Notice No portion of this website or any of its content may be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Eric & Amanda
    Follow TorontoVerve Contact torontoverve at gmail dot com Copyright Notice No portion of this website or any of its content may be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women Yonge Yorkville Counter Followers The Verve Archive January 2016 1 November 2015 4 October 2015 12 September 2015 28 August 2015 3 July 2015 12 June 2015 26 May 2015 22 April 2015 1 March 2015 4 January 2015 6 December 2014 18 November 2014 15 October 2014 2 September 2014 21 August 2014 31 July 2014 32 June 2014 28 May 2014 17 April 2014 16 March 2014 8 February 2014 7 January 2014 1 December 2013 10 November 2013 15 October 2013 29 September 2013 33 August 2013 30 July 2013 33 June 2013 38 May 2013 30 April 2013 19 March 2013 22 February 2013 19 January 2013 21

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  • TorontoVerve.:: A Conversation with Zane Caplansky: T.O.'s Deli Man
    the foods that his cardiologist wouldn t let him have for the last twenty years He wanted fatty smoked meat chopped liver Kishka knishes schmaltz and Boston cream pie and we got the call I drove up to a cottage on Lake Simcoe and all his children who were in their 60 s and 70 s grandchildren who were in their 30 s and 40 s and his great grandchildren were there Over 50 people It was such an incredibly joyous occasion to celebrate that with them TV What separates a great smoked meat sandwich from a bad smoked meat sandwich ZC It really comes down to two things flavour and texture Fat is what gives food its flavour Here we use my proprietary spice rub on the meat during its aging and curing process So what happens is the salt cure draws the moisture out of the meat and the juices mix with the spice and get sucked back into the brisket over time Then it gets smoked more spices added cooled steamed sliced and any of the spices that fall on the cutting board are put on the sandwich That s the flavour part The texture part is the hand slicing which is against the grain If you ask for lean there s no fat on it If you ask for medium there s some fat and if you ask for fatty it s from the fattier and more marbled cut of the brisket That s really the art and science of smoked meat TV How would you describe yourself as a boss ZC Best ever laughs You know what I ve actually changed a lot as a boss When I first started it was just me so you don t require a lot of management skills For the first couple of years that I was open I tried to manage my own restaurant and that s really a mistake because when your name is on the door you take everything personally and you can t You have to realize that your team is doing the best that they can and if they re not doing it right you have to be able to talk to them in a compassionate way to get the best out of them The other part is it takes time to figure out what kind of person you need to have on your team who ll be able to deliver the experience you want It really has taken me time to find my own role in the deli to know that I can t be the general manager If I have a problem with something that s happening I won t deal with it directly I ll talk to the manager instead The manager balances my interests with the staff interests to make sure that everybody is well served Right now I couldn t be happier with my management and team TV How often do you cook for yourself at home ZC Probably more often than you would expect I still love cooking and eating in other restaurants is one of my great pleasures I probably eat out disproportionally more than other people do but I still like to make at least one of my meals every day I live very close to the restaurant It s literally a five minute walk So if I need to leave to have a meal by myself or sit down with my girlfriend and enjoy a meal I can do that TV What meals do you enjoy preparing at home ZC I really like uncomplicated food I spent a very important five years of my life backpacking all around the world and during that period I worked in restaurants in London Sydney and British Columbia I also started a chai shop in the foothills in the Indian Himalayas where I learned to cook Indian food from a guy who was a very good cook I can still do it but it takes so much effort to prepare that I can just go to Banjara on Bloor Street or any of the wonderful Indian restaurants on Gerrard Street East and have something easily as good as anything that I can prepare for very little money It makes sense but to answer your question I generally like very good quality grilled meat and very fresh vegetables I m trying to follow a sugar free plan so I m not eating a lot of breads pastas rice and potatoes I m also avoiding alcohol It s working so far Since December I ve lost 40 pounds It s not a diet I know if I want to maintain what I ve done I can t go back That being said if I crave Vietnamese noodle soup or naan with my Indian food or tacos I m not going to deny myself either I m just not going to have a beer with it I also workout at the gym about two or three times a week TV What are your thoughts on vegan restaurants creating meat substitution meals ZC I have no tolerance and patience for it at all I can accept vegetarianism quite easily but the vegan diet just seems obtuse There s all kinds of ethical treatment of animals that shouldn t preclude people from wiping out that entire part of their diet I have in the past made veggie burgers with mushrooms and lentils I love to eat vegetables myself but to say that it tastes like meat no it doesn t I guess I have a problem with labels Being vegan means you can t eat meat Give a guy a break Just because you re a vegetarian shouldn t mean you can t have a little chicken TV You once said that you have a love for the city of Toronto more than most people do What do you love about Toronto so much ZC The thing I love most about Toronto is the

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Aluad
    City Fashionista July 22 2015 at 1 41 PM Loved her as a Punk girl and she looks incredible like this too Reply Delete Add comment Load more Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to Post Comments Atom Follow TorontoVerve Contact torontoverve at gmail dot com Copyright Notice No portion of this website or any of its content may be used or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Nigel Hamid Editor Photographer of TorontoVerve Any unauthorized usage of TorontoVerve photographs will constitute an infringement of copyright About TorontoVerve Editor Photographer Nigel Hamid What is TorontoVerve TorontoVerve on CBC Radio Video Interview by STYLE INVASION FASHION SERIES Magazine Interview Featured in New York Daily News Twitter Tweets by TorontoVerve Categories alley Annex Artists and Boutiques bags Bathurst Bay beach bikes black and white Blogger Spotlight Bloor boots Cabbagetown café celebrity Charles St Chinatown Church Street College St cool frames cool hair couples dance dogs Dundas Dundas Square fall farm Film Reviews financial district Forest Hill Gerrard graffiti hats horses INK Interviews Kensington Market King St leather Leslieville Liberty Village men My Favourites Nathan Phillips Square Ossington park parks patios pets Profiles Queen Roncesvalles Rosedale Ryerson Scarborough Spadina spring St George St Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women Yonge Yorkville Counter Followers The Verve Archive January 2016 1 November 2015 4 October 2015 12 September 2015 28 August 2015 3 July 2015 12 June 2015 26 May 2015 22 April 2015 1 March 2015 4 January 2015 6 December 2014 18 November 2014 15 October 2014 2 September 2014 21 August 2014 31 July 2014 32 June 2014 28 May 2014 17 April 2014 16 March 2014 8 February 2014 7 January

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