Monthly Archives: May 2011

Before I Die Wall Installation Lives On

Public Installation Artist, Urban Planner, Co-Founder of New Orlean’s Civic Centre and TED Senior Fellow, Candy Chang, happily announced the extension of the display of her buzz-worthy urban design installation this month. Slated to be demolished in April, the project made use of an abandoned house (900 Marigny Street) to communicate Chang’s message of humanity […]

Ozon’s Potiche (Trophy Wife) – Fun and Witty

This recently distributed festival favorite got my attention. Catherine Deneuve plays 70’s trophy wife, Madame Pujol heiress to her father’s fortune. The reins of the family business are passed on to  Monsieur Pujol who, amidst a worker’s union uprising at the factory, is captured and suffers a heart attack. What is a homemaker to do? […]

Inside the Mind of Tech’s Youngest Entrepreneur

Brian Wong graduated from the University of British Columbia, moved to San Francisco to work for Diig and secured $4million to launch Kiip all before the age of 20. In the US Kiip is already capturing the attention of mobile game players on their smart phones with their game achievement ad rewards. Users scoring game […]

Salmon and Sour Cream Recipe Does Double Duty

I’m not a professional chef. I simply love food. Occasionally, I get inspired by the dishes I’ve have had growing up or by the fresh produce at a market. Here’s a new recipe that I would like to share with you. Whether you’re looking to take your game food up a notch, hockey and football […]