Daily 5: April 17th, 2015
Dancing in front of a small crowd can be intimidating. Dancing for 20,000 screaming fans is downright terrifying. Well, not for Nina Pizans who does it every other night as the captain of the Toronto Raptors Dance Pak. Between being the First Lady of the Raptors and completing her Bachelors Degree majoring in dance, Pizans keeps a tight schedule. Luckily, she spared a few minutes to school us in the rules of Dance Pak.
Size does matter. It really does. Take it from our home of the week, this 28,000-square-foot French style chateau located on more than four acres on Toronto’s Bridle Path. Through its wrought iron gates, down its long winding drive, past its circular cobblestone court encircling a magnificent fountain and inside its palatial exterior, lay 14 washrooms, 10 bedrooms, 7 wood-burning fireplaces, an Olympic-sized indoor pool, an elevator and two-storey ceilings throughout.
Turns out our fascination with professional athletes is not limited to their actions on the field, rink, court or pitch. And thanks to their lucrative occupations and social media’s most voyeuristic medium, Instagram, we don’t have to stop watching when the cameras switch off. Most of these pros have enough flashy cars, adventures, clothes, beautiful friends and toys to keep any onlooker double-tapping for days. Here are twenty of the most ‘likable’ professional athletes and their inspiring Instagram accounts.
J.Lindeberg’s head designer Jessy Heuvelink on marrying his rock and roll style with Scandanavian simplicity.
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The streets are crowded for a reason: Hong Kong is home to a surplus of modish hotels, clandestine cocktail bars and off-kilter boutiques that perfectly complement its life-altering food scene. Here’s where to begin.