Alternative future sub-genres like cyberpunk, atompunk, dieselpunk and others generally define the inspired era of technological advance. However, none of them have reached the popularity of steampunk, the fantasy based on the Industrial Revolution and Victorian times.
Archives for May 2017
When I was a young singer I went to a lot of jam sessions. Jams are great for meeting other musicians, learning how to improvise, and how to communicate with other players. I learned a lot this way, but there was one jam session in particular where I learned something unexpected.
Countries like Japan, South Korea, and China are dominant in the video games industry!
My last modeling gig brought new meaning to the words ‘showroom model’. On a very cold and snowy Saturday the 26th of March 2017, I was the much celebrated and over-photographed Product Demonstrator at the Hydropool Hot Tubs showroom at 335 Superior Blvd in Mississauga, and everyone was really nice and totally professional.
Here we are, nearing the end of the second semester of the first year of the first of our four children’s evacuation from the nest. I didn’t write about the halfway point, in January, because I didn’t feel like wallowing. Now, I’m in the post-spring-break funk.
As a representative of The Metastabilian Movement, Shaya Weinberger is showing his new exhibition, on the opening of The Matthew Gallery in New York.
This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 14th. What many people aren’t aware of is this is the American version of a worldwide holiday, but not necessarily when most of the world celebrates it.
There are no surprises when I say that the health benefits of cycling are huge. A little aerobic exercise can go a long way to help you live longer, loose weight, and fight depression all simultaneously. But there’s more. Did you know that riding your bicycle can make you smarter? Yeah! Smarter!
Toronto’s Forest Hill Jewish Centre has a new home, one that has been ten years in the making and is a testament to faith on many levels: Faith in God, of course, faith in people, and faith that the Orthodox shul that started in 2000 without even a minyan (or quorum of 10 Jewish men) was meeting both a religious and broader community need.
When we got married and combined everything we owned, it was overwhelming. We liked the idea of less stuff, less to worry about. However, it is easier to embrace minimalism in the abstract than actually do it.