Asset Acquisition Anxiety

In two weeks, I will be moving into my first home. I don’t quite own it, in that I did not pay for the down-payment, nor can I afford the monthly mortgage payments, but it is legally under my name, and supported by my parents. As a University of Waterloo graduate, I lived the life of … Continue reading

Alex Pangman @ the Reservoir Lounge

An old friend of mine and I went to see Alex Pangman and her Alleycats on an impromptu dinner date. I decided to bring my boyfriend’s camera with me to see what I could do. It turns out you have to take about a hundred pictures to get one good one. I wish I had … Continue reading

Marché: Yummy, Expensive, Awful Service

I’d been hearing about the return of Mövenpick, so this weekend, I took the opportunity to visit the restaurant.  Honestly, I never visited Marché while it was in Toronto, and I only visited Richtree once a few weeks ago.  Despite all the reviews declaring the superiority of Marché over Richtree in terms of freshness and … Continue reading

The best pho I ever had

Okay, seriously, it’s the best. This weekend, I went to The Beach for the jazz festival.  We found a place called Queen Crepe & Funnel Cake boasting French/Vietnamese cuisine.  I love pho, and have had lots of it at many different places.  So far, the best I had found was in Montreal; far too far. … Continue reading

Starstruck by RENT

I went to watch RENT last week.  I think I was undeserving. Every time I go to the theatre, I make a choice about how much I want to prepare for the show.  I usually avoid synopses, but I often acquire the soundtrack and learn all the music.  Sometimes I can’t because I’m too busy, … Continue reading

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