Under the darkest skies…

After an extensive 10-month rebuild led by South African-based Fox Browne Creative, andBeyond’s Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is once again open to guests.

Under the darkest skies…

After an extensive 10-month rebuild led by South African-based Fox Browne Creative, andBeyond’s Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is once again open to guests.

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Not your grandpa’s cottage…

By Edilka Anderson

Mention family cottages to many Canadians and they’ll get sentimental and start musing about romantic weekends “Up North,” crackling campfires, lazy afternoons on the dock, water-sports and walks in the woods.

The mystery of the missing socks

By Mark Eglington
Ever since the eighth century BC when socks were invented by the ancient Greeks, humans have struggled with what’s been called the “lost sock phenomenon.”

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Cobbled streets and classic pubs

Whether you’re ready to party like the Irish at Temple Bar, visit the Guinness Museum or take a dip in the ever-cold River Liffey, Dublin is a small capital city with a big heart.

An English quickie in Tree City

Referred to by some as Tree City, Ann Arbor is a friendly university town that’s full of café patios, art galleries, bookstores and an eclectic mix of fine and casual restaurants.

Not your grandpa’s cottage…

By Edilka Anderson

Mention family cottages to many Canadians and they’ll get sentimental and start musing about romantic weekends “Up North,” crackling campfires, lazy afternoons on the dock, water-sports and walks in the woods.

Happiness is…brave, bold and beautiful

By Edilka Anderson
I’ve got a few ideas that’ll help you lighten your mood and refresh your space as you hunker down for what just may be a once-in-a-lifetime spring and summer season.

Just me and the kids

By Edilka Anderson
With the right finishes (and some pragmatic design advice), you can create a low maintenance, kid- and teen-friendly space that you’ll all love.

Not your grandpa’s cottage…

By Edilka Anderson

Mention family cottages to many Canadians and they’ll get sentimental and start musing about romantic weekends “Up North,” crackling campfires, lazy afternoons on the dock, water-sports and walks in the woods.

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Through the looking glass

Bigger, thinner and brighter By Marc Saltzman For self-professed geeks such as yours truly, the annual Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is simply nerdvana. We’re

Ode to joy

Widely considered as one of BMW’s best, the new 8- Series means simply “Driving Pleasure.”

Cadillac XT6: The crossover you didn’t know you’d covet

An archipelago, situated in the Gulf of St. Lawrence between Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland, would appear to be an odd location for the press launch of a new luxury vehicle. And this is precisely where the fascination for an adventure-minded automotive journalist kicks in.

Through the looking glass

Bigger, thinner and brighter By Marc Saltzman For self-professed geeks such as yours truly, the annual Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is simply nerdvana. We’re

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Fall for these wines

by Natalie MacLean

Antinori Guado al Tasso 2015, Bolgheri DOC, Italy (LCBO #986380, $117.95)

A modern-style Italian red, with fleshy ripe blackberry and lots of toasty oak. This Italian Superiore is a blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot grapes. The wine was aged in small oak barrels for 18 months and then in the bottle for another 10 months before being released from the winery. Food pairings: Filet mignon, prime rib, rack of lamb, gourmet burger. Alcohol: 13%. Sweetness: Extra dry. 750 ml. Drink: 2018–2025. Score: 94/100.

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