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Nigella Lawson’s all about sass and sustenance, with a side of sensuality
With her famous, luminous eyes, luxurious mane of hair and bodacious beauty, the internationally acclaimed Nigella Lawson can best be described as a culinary institution, who continues to inspire new generations of fans. After all, the ...
'Godzilla vs. Kong' Tops Box Office Again, Crosses $80 Million in the U.S.
By Rebecca Rubin LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "Godzilla vs. Kong" remained atop the domestic box office in its third weekend of release. The Legendary and Warner Bros movie added another $7.7 million, boosting its North American tally to $80.5 ...
Oscars show reinvented as a movie -- with masks, longer speeches
By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Oscars ceremony next week will have the look and feel of a movie, giving winners more time for speeches, while coronavirus masks will play a major role, producers of the show said on Saturday. The ...
'We’ve allowed this to happen': Why it's 2021 and Ontario is still headed for a COVID cliff
In the hours leading up to the release of new modelling showing Ontario careening toward a COVID cliff, physician Andrew Morris wondered on Twitter, “When do we start saying that 2022 will be a whole lot better than 2021?” A quarter of the way ...
Mobile vaccination clinic a shot in the arm for Etobicoke highrise residents
If you can’t get out to a vaccination clinic, let the clinic come to you. That’s what happened Friday at a highrise on Richview Rd. — in Etobicoke — where members of the Humber River Hospital mobile clinic visited to vaccinate residents against ...
VIDEO: At home library science club reaches more students in Cape Breton
Let's Talk Science clubs are back in Cape Breton and reaching more young scientists thanks to the new pandemic-friendly format. The nationwide program, which is run locally through Cape Breton University, brings science into the community, ...
Colin and Justin: Whisk away the most determined spots and stains
From coffee to spilled milk, and from vino to cigarette ash, herewith a hit list of spot removing alchemy, arranged into a handy two-parter. Today we’re addressing soft surfaces (like upholstery and carpets) and next week we’ll turn our ...
Karl Lohnes: Cool whites and blues lead summer bedding trends
Summer bedroom decor often starts with putting heavy comforters and flannel sheet sets into the closet and pulling out lighter bed linens and brighter colours to help signify the warmer months. The trend this summer is all about the classic ...
Mark and Ben Cullen: Pollinating plants you can eat
Pollinators are the great enablers. We need pollinator species to help us produce more than a third of the food we eat. In the garden, we believe the percentage of plants that require native pollinators to produce a harvest is much ...
At a growing number of condos, solar and geothermal energy runs everything from garbage chutes to elevators
bird’s-eye photo of the newly occupied Beech House Condos in Toronto’s Upper Beaches reveals an unexpected feature. Invisible from street level at Kingston Road and Beech Avenue, the patio awnings cascading down the six-storey ...