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  • TorontoVerve.:: Heather Babcock: Ode to Summer
    present that they are really closer to fantasy than memory Speaking of memory I have a lot of wonderful memories of this summer but probably my favorite is of releasing butterflies in the park with my nephew and my mother Requiem for Honest Ed s Fifteen years from today A young man stands at the window of his condo unit On Bloor and Markham Streets Sipping his twelve dollar latte He looks out at the Stepford skyscrapers Stretching above him And he doesn t know what We know He s lost Honest Ed s is one of the most inclusive places in the city Heather shares It s not just a bargain basement it s also a free museum of Toronto s theatrical history I think that Toronto tends to take itself a little too seriously sometimes and Honest Ed s is a reminder that it s okay to be a little silly and to have some fun I will miss it Where Did My Face Go Where did my face go It was just here two days ago In the looking glass over my sink An artificial pink landscape Populated with a pair of eyes one nose and one mouth All arranged in precise order and easily accessible But today everything is astray Cracks and holes Nothing left but two grey half moons Circling a starless sky Where did my face go Perhaps I ll find bits and pieces of it around my house My nose in the clothes dryer rolled up in a forgotten sock Eyelashes hidden between my sofa cushions A mouth under my bed stuffed with dust bunnies The face itself is gone Skipped town It was too big to lose So where did my face go And why didn t I notice it leaving Where Did My Face Go is about the danger of not loving yourself Heather explains When you deny your own true beauty when you try to change yourself to suit someone else s ideal you risk losing what makes you unique and special Check out Heather s website Writing to Exhale for more poetry and photos Heather will be reading her poetry at The Central on Wednesday September 24th and The Urban Gallery on Saturday September 27th Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 7 02 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

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  • TorontoVerve.:: 2014 Toronto Tweed Ride
    liked the look of it When I heard about the Ride I just had to wear it Amanda Today my style is eclectic This is my mom s dress scarf that I bought hat that was given to me and a bracelet from Florence I pick up things along my way and put them together to tell a story I ve participated in all the Tweed Rides because I love the Bikes Without Borders cause The Tweed Ride is also a nice way to come together with Cycle Toronto and celebrate bikes and fashion Check out Amanda s blog Girl About Toronto It s all about covering arts and culture in the city Camille This is my first Tweed Ride and I had a good time It s fun to dress up in Toronto and ride through the city Tanya My style today is a mixture of different periods because I was having trouble sticking to one I like them all So apparently my dress is from the 50 s and my hat is from earlier I helped organize the Tweed Ride so this is my third outing Seeing everyone participate was so heart warming for me because it just means that we re fundraising more and more for the work that we do From a fashion perspective the Tweed Run is a fascinating entity because it gives adults a platform to dress in vintage and celebrate vintage and I don t think there s much else event wise that s out there for people to do that at least I haven t heard of one It s like Halloween for adults except tasteful and fashionable Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 8 02 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 Lawrence Market Street Photography summer The Brick Works The Distillery The Junction TIFF TIFF Inspirations TIFFTalk Travel Verve Shoot video vintage winter women

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  • TorontoVerve.:: Monica
    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 December 2012 21 November 2012

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  • TorontoVerve.:: TIFF 2014: A Conversation with The Editor's Sheila E. Campbell
    that In Winnipeg they are idolized by other filmmakers so when I meet with them I just market myself I say my name is Sheila You don t know me but I know of you so let s talk You just have to keep forcing yourself on people I also take the time to prepare I walk into auditions with confidence Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn t But lately it s mostly worked I keep getting cast so it s been great TV I understand that you weren t familiar with giallo films and Astron 6 before getting the part What Astron and giallo films did you see as research SC When I got the role I watched Astron 6 s Father s Day and then I watched their shorts and I quickly became an obsessed fangirl I thought they were brilliant and couldn t believe I was going to be working with them They also suggested a few giallo movies like The Beyond and Dario Argento s Suspiria I then began doing my hair and make up in 70 s style The one thing I didn t do was train to be blind because I figured my character is a newly blind person so she wouldn t know how to navigate When I put on those white contact lenses I literally couldn t see anything and was stumbling around TV What was the production like for you SC It was thrilling and I got really into it I m not going to give much away but I get shoved pretty hard against a door in the film Initially they didn t really want to hurt me and then I got real amped up and said just smack me up against the door guys Just go full force I also made a point of trying to be onset on my days off For instance I did most of the hair and make up for my co star Samantha Hill I did craft services just anything I could do to help out I love making movies so much that it was a privilege just to be there TV What was the most challenging part of the film for you SC The love scene wasn t too hard but it took 18 hours to shoot one day and then another 8 hours the next TV So now that you re starring in The Editor are you a fan of giallo or gore films SC Yeah totally I always liked film with a lot of gore and blood I also love Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez I hope more film homages come out for giallo films Of course they won t be as good as The Editor laughs So yes I m a fan of the genre I ve seen the film 3 times now and I m going to see it again Saturday night I love it I wanted my husband to see it too but due to his military service he

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  • TorontoVerve.:: TIFF Inspirations: Secrets Beneath the Skin
    will have audiences riveted well after the final verdict is read This is my tribute to the Toronto International Film Festival It is not a real film Click here to see last year s TIFF Inspirations Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 8 07 AM Email This BlogThis Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest 1 comment Anonymous September 13 2014 at 9 58 AM Excellent 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

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  • TorontoVerve.:: TIFF Inspirations: Red is a Painful Colour
    see last year s TIFF Inspirations Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 7 06 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 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

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  • TorontoVerve.:: TIFF Inspirations: Toxic
    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.:: TIFF Inspirations: Bloggers
    Festival It is not a real film Click here to see last year s TIFF Inspirations Posted by TorontoVerve Street Style at 7 00 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 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

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