Book Review: Lighthouse Bay by Kimberley Freeman

I won Lighthouse Bay by Kimberley Freeman on Goodreads as a first reads book curtesy of Simon and Schuster Canada. I read Wildflower Hill and knew what I was getting into when I… Continue reading

Designing 007 @ Tiff Bell Lightbox

“Bond, James Bond”. “Shaken, not stirred”. Over the years, the iconic Bond movie franchise has brought us a number of memorable quotes, characters, gadgets and style. Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce… Continue reading

Book Review: The Mapmaker’s War by Ronlyn Domingue

While it’s not heavily represented on this blog, us City Girls spend a lot of our free time reading. We read on the commute to work. We read on lunch hours. We read… Continue reading

Lord of the Flies

What happens when the Lower Ossington Theatre unleashes a group of stranded British school boys on a makeshift island stage with no adults and no rules? Well, their sense of civilization crumbles; they… Continue reading

Review: Red Dawn

These days it seems like Hollywood is saturated with half-assed remakes, reboots and big blockbuster movies that are made to rack up the numbers at the box office, not necessarily to leave an… Continue reading

The Break of Dawn is Finally Among Us

We are proud/ashamed to say that we were wrapped up in all this Twilight chaos well before there ever was any chaos to be wrapped up in. We read the books before there… Continue reading

Butterfly up High…An Evening of Song with Laurance Tan and Friends

Join international artist Laurance Tan and his musical friends for Butterfly Up High… An Evening of Song with Laurance Tan and Friends on Saturday, October 20 at 7:30pm at the Betty Oliphant Theatre… Continue reading

All Female Chef Line-Up at 17th Annual Eat to the Beat Fundraiser

Sixty of Canada’s top female chefs are donating their time and talent to create mouthwatering treats at the 17th Annual Eat to the Beat culinary fundraiser TONIGHT (Tuesday, October 16) at 7:00pm at… Continue reading

Sinister – A Horror Review

There’s nothing more satisfying to watch before Halloween than a horror flick with someone you can cling to. And if you can score a prescreen pass then you’re already ahead of the game.… Continue reading