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Palm Beach Stories

Palm Beach was created by men at the turn of the last century who had the foresight to buy up a tiny island of swampland. They had princely tastes and built majestic vacation homes....
New Orleans, French Quarter

Moon Over Bourbon Street

New Orleans is a Crayola box of sights, sounds and tastes bursting around every corner at any moment. Any week of the year is a different festival with an intoxicating allure of the voodoo...
Soba Bowl

Meatless Monday Recipe: Sesame Soba Noodles

Not only does Health Canada tells us that we should eat less meat, but we all know it. Therefore, be the change you want to see in the world. Every weekend DINE Magazine vows...
Province Apothecary Self Care Products

Prioritize Your Self Care with Products from Province Apothecary

When the cold weather hits, we all experience some discomfort, especially when it comes to our skin. Generally, I’ll get a scalp rash or eczema on my arms and feel itchy all over. Being...
Buna

Coffee Sommelier Experience at Buna, The Soul of Coffee

If you are anything like the majority of people in the world, one of the first things you have in the morning is a coffee. The injection of caffeine to the body is what...
Rachel Cargle

International Womxn’s Day: Intersectional Feminists and Activists You Need to Follow on Instagram

When celebrating International Womxn’s Day, it’s important to lift up the voices that are often silenced. If you’re looking for inspiration, some hilarious memes, or good old fashioned gutting of the patriarchy, here are...
Gina Godfrey Gallery

Pretty, Happy, and Prolific Women – A Visit to the Gina Godfrey Gallery

When the elevator doors open on the 17th floor of Postmedia Place in the Upper Jarvis neighbourhood of Toronto, you’d expect to find a National Post newsroom, a government agency, or boutique investment firm....
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co

A Taste of the Funk Zone in Santa Barbara

It’s Thursday night and Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone is hopping. The culinary scene in the small, California coastal city is creative, locally driven and often playful, propelled by regional star chefs and new arrivals...
San Diego Skyline

San Diego: Rediscovering “America’s Finest City”

As we make the turn on to 5th Ave., the hub of the historical Gaslamp District, it’s clear we’re not in Kansas City anymore. With a Pacific Ocean breeze wafting up from the bay...
CBD Gummies

How to Use CBD for Endo, PCOS or Other Torturous Reproductive Conditions

Menstruators who suffer from Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or other reproductive conditions know that when the sharks come around, the pain is debilitating. As an Endo and PCOS battler myself, I know first-hand that...

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