Kitchener Holds An Exhibition To Celebrate The Pop Culture Impact Of The Rolling Stones

For more than six decades, The Rolling Stones have ruled rock ‘n’ roll. The band’s original members are none other than Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, and Brian Jones. Not many musical acts have reached the same level of success and fame they have attained.
Thanks to their musical gifts and stage antics, the band now has a huge global following. You still hear “Paint It Black,” “Satisfaction,” and “Start Me Up” on the radio even in this day and age. The members might have changed over time, but their music has never strayed from its bluesy rock roots. …

What To Do In Toronto This Labour Day Weekend

Here are our top picks on what to do during the long weekend in Toronto from September 3 to September:
Electric Island
The electronic music party has returned with a solid lineup made up of Maceo Plex, Addy, Nathan Barato, Karim Olen Ash, and more. The event will not take place on the island this time, but the name still works since the venue is West Island at Ontario Place. It will run from September 4-5. Tickets start at $85.
Fragments Of Epic Memory
Head on to the Art Gallery of Ontario to see this stunning exhibition about Caribbean art and history. The museum first got …

How Does This Donor Relations Manager Spend Her Annual Salary of $90,000 During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Dawn Green is a 44-year-old donor relations manager working at the CAMH Foundation. Let us hear how she has been spending her $90,000 annual income lately. For context, she lives in a two-bedroom, two-bath loft close to Dufferin and Castlefield. Her roommate is none other than Punkie, her 14-year-old cat.
In a month, she spends $1,140 on a mortgage. She purchased her home for $741,000 two years ago and expected to pay it all off in two decades. Aside from that, her monthly expenses constitute $855 on other housing costs, $68 on the internet, $79 on phone bills, $400 on groceries, $10 on Spotify, $45 on pet-related expenses, and $100…

Luxury Shopping Spots In The Bloor-Yorkville Area

As Toronto gradually returns to normal, people are becoming more interested in previous activities. While online shopping has been convenient, the experience does not compare to brick-and-mortar shopping. Luxury shopping, especially, just has not been the same online. Luckily, Bloor-Yorkville is here to serve customers who need retail therapy. Check out these spots when you next shop in the area:
The leading luxury legwear store is located at 138 Cumberland St. This is the place to be when you need new leggings, lingerie, tights, and more. Make Wolford your first stop when you are looking for yoga …

How Does This Couple Spend an Annual Income of $94,000 During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Jessie Skinner is a 34-year-old construction writing and research consultant. Melissa Embury, his partner, is a 38-year-old freelance writer and the editor-in-chief of the Community Edition. He has an annual income of $54,000, while she earns $40,000 per year for a combined total of $94,000.
In a month, the couple spends $2,250 on rent, $60 on internet, $560 on groceries, $160 on takeout, $72 on subscriptions, $90 on TTC fare, and $250 on car expenses. Other monthly expenses include $230 on therapy, $70 on cannabis, and $120 on pet-related expenses. Aside from these costs, they set aside $300 in savings as well. All in all…

Is Downtown Still Worth It?

The answer is yes, according to a realtor who bought a pre-construction unit at Dundas and River.
A 48-year-old realtor called Giuseppe Flammia has been in the real estate market since the ’90s. Recently, he purchased a one-bedroom pre-construction condo at Dundas and River. In November 2020, he was on the lookout for a new place to live. He used to live at Bayview and Front, but the pandemic caused the market prices to go down. This was how he stumbled upon the development and made up his mind to buy the unit that faces Broccolini Park.
The development had a yoga studio, a rooftop terrace, and co-working …