Some Canadian news

Posted on Sun, 18 Dec 2011 by KiM

I wasn’t going to blog today as I am trying to get as much last minute cramming in for my French test in a few days (almost. done. thank. gawd) but I recently got wind of 2 tidbits of information regarding some Canadian happenings that I had to mention.

First up – the first issue of Pure Green Magazine has been mailed out and I cannot wait for my copy! It is centred around entertaining and looks fantastic from the teaser shots Editor in Chief Celine sent along. Get your subscription here!

Next up is some television news. Oone of my favourite design couples is finally coming back to HGTV Canada (better late than never, as it usually happens up here). Details after the jump.

Bob and Cortney Novogratz. Yep, that’s who. I love these guys – and I’m not just saying that because DTI was mentioned in their book. 😉 They have such funky, eclectic style and always manage to find the coolest vintage pieces around. We’ve blogged about them several times, and I watched their first show religiously when it finally aired up here. I am so stoked to hear their new show is making it up here too (going to make my sisters PVR it for me). The first episode is due to air on January 2nd @ 8 pm. We were sent some photos from this episode – a condo in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This “industrial but cozy in the city” look rocks, as always. (Photos by Matthew Williams)

…. and coincidentally they now have as many kids as I have cats.

carola says:

It's my first time here!!
I like your blog!! 🙂
thank for sharing.

oooh juicy post! Love Pure Green Mag, and love the uber royal design couple! Can't wait to see the new show on Jan 2, thanks for the heads up.

Thanks for the discovery.
I really like your blog.

kisses

Bev65 says:

I saw the Novogratz show alrady here in the US. Its awesome, jsut saying. I won't spoil it for you!

Louise says:

I didn't get a subscription for Pure Green magazine but I did order the first magazine last week.

Valérie says:

Hello Kim,

I guess that today is the day… I wish you all the best for you French exam. "Bonne merde" (as you say in French).
I'm living in Brussels and I'm French-speaking and if you need any explanation on the French grammar, don't hesitate to send me a message, I'd be more than happy to help you.

And thanks for you blog,
V.

KiM says:

Thank you ValĂ©rie! My test is tomorrow morning – so I'm cramming right now. What I need more than help is a miracle! LOL

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