For the last 14 years, Jessica “Jess” Allen, correspondent on CTV’s The Social, has lived in Roncesvalles Village. Located in Toronto’s west end, it is the heart of the city’s Polish community. Allen loves the European feel of the area, which is full of small grocers and specialty food stores. “I’ll be on the way home and think, ‘Oh, this is what we’re going to have for dinner,’ and everything is literally at the end of the street…” Read the whole thing HERE!
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“For many, actor Jay Baruchel’s voice is instantly recognizable. Equal parts twang and child-like enthusiasm, it breathes vivid life into the animated character of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, the bold, young protagonist in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise…” Read the whole thing HERE!
“His new movie may be set in the 14th century, but Chris Pine says the story of Robert the Bruce and his defeat of the English, has a message which is still relevant today. “This man, who comes from great wealth and power, decides—at a very difficult time—to give up all of that,” says Pine. “He is able to do something great for many, many people…” READ THE WHOLE THING HERE!
My newest column in WestJet Magazine! It’s a look at Misty Copeland, the first African-American female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, and her new film “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.”
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