(Warning: Super-romantic post ahead. Gentlemen readers may want to brace for impact.) Once upon a time, a knight in shining armour called me up and said, “My Lady, allow me to show you a Valentine’s Day in Montreal you’ll never forget.” Not one to resist such chivalry, I jumped out of my slippers and PJs, threw on some red lipstick and donned my cutest LBD…
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It’s Thanksgiving this weekend in Canadaland! While some people in Montreal will fill their bellies with delicious turkey dinners, many others will opt to shake their bootays to the best electronic music at the most successful all-night dance party on the planet – Black & Blue. If you’re looking for more than stuffed birds or sexy dance parties, we’ve also got some contemporary breakdancing, Canadian theatre, some princesses dancing on frozen water and plenty more.
This weekend in Montreal will be bustling with activity. The city’s favorite indie music festival, Pop Montreal, will be rocking locals and visitors with the hippest of chord progressions. And if you’re into dance, photography, art, food or getting yourself pampered (who isn’t?), we’ve got something for you!
With countless spa options available in Montréal, it might be hard to make a choice that will be best for your needs. If you are interested in environmental sustainability, Espace Nomad might be the choice for you. It’s ironic, even choosing the best way to rejuvenate oneself can be stressful – the market is loaded with possibilities.
When Britney Spears sang the words “Don’t you know that you’re toxic?” she might as well have been referring to a bathroom. As Michelle Regev, owner of Nubia Spa Vert, cleverly reminds me, the bathroom is the most toxic space of all households. Unsurprisingly so, as makeup, creams and shampoos pile up in cabinets and cleaning products are stocked under the sink. Kind of ironic for a place that is dedicated to all things sanitary, don’t you think? Sadly, bathrooms and spas have a lot in common. “With Nubia, we wanted to offer our clients a safe and green environment, in which your body isn’t actually fighting gruesome toxins all the time”, says Regev.