Alexia Wulff

Having grown up in a multicultural family, Alexia was born to travel. Many of her most treasured memories include compassing the globe in search of the biggest waves, best wines, and greatest foods. It was at the University of California at Santa Barbara, that she stumbled upon her love for writing and fascination with culture. Upon graduating, she sold every possession to travel South America, blogging about her adventures. After a stint reporting on the Los Angeles 'scene', this Southern California beach girl made the leap from Los Angeles to Toronto in the pursuit of happiness… and all things delicious.

Yayoi Kusama's 'Infinity Rooms' To Embark On A North American Tour In 2017

One of the most celebrated artists of our time, Yayoi Kusama is known for her psychedelic designs, pop art and surrealist imagery that crosses between different mediums with ease, including painting, design, sculpture, and large-scale installations. Next year, Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. will launch the beginning of Kusama’s five-city North American tour, Infinity Rooms, before heading to Seattle, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Cleveland.

The Best Craft Cocktail Bars in Seattle, Washington

Forget dive bars; chic restaurants and bars have been stepping up their game, implementing cocktail programs that highlight handcrafted syrups and tinctures, fresh herbs, and unique spirits amongst the remarkable talent of the bartenders who make them. Whether you’re a fan of the classics or are a cocktail snob, check out Seattle’s nine best spots for craft cocktails that are downright revolutionizing the drinking experience.

America's Lesser-Known National Parks: Where Beauty Is Endless

The National Park Service, established in 1916 to preserve America’s most treasured lands, protects 58 different parks across the nation. And while the more popular national parks – Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, Yosemite – have their draw, with millions of visitors attending each year, there are dozens of other majestic oases of natural beauty. These landmarks with the fewest visitors are some of the nation’s best-undiscovered gems.

The Color Black: Norman Lewis & Abstract Expressionism

Post World War II, a new wave of American art filtered through New York City. Abstract Expressionism – shapes, lines, and non-objective styles – became an influential movement that helped put NYC at the center of the western art world. Born and raised in Harlem, Norman Lewis was one of the few black Abstract Expressionists. His work, which depicts African-American life, urban living, and his community’s struggles, is characterized by both abstraction and representation, without straying too far into the world of the subjective. Lewis’s work is often overlooked, but there has been a revival of interest in his collections since the 1990s.

This Street Artist Paints Portraits On Glaciers And Icebergs

Sean Yoro, self-taught street artist and native Hawaiian, is known for his thought-provoking murals painted along the sides of old buildings, shipwrecks, and abandoned walls. His work, which became publicized in 2015 after his semi-submerged water murals arose on the scene, captivates all of those who bear witness to these lively creations. In a recent project – ‘What If I Fly’ – Yoro headed to a region greatly affected by climate change: the Canadian Arctic Circle.

A Tour Of The USA's Three-Star Michelin Restaurants

A ‘Michelin star’ is the paramount recognition that most restaurant chefs strive to achieve. A hallmark of fine dining around the world, Michelin defines a one-star rating as ‘a very good restaurant in its category,’ two stars as ‘excellent cuisine, worth a detour,’ and three stars as ‘exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey’ – the latter being the most difficult of honors to acquire. The 2017 Michelin guide has awarded 148 Michelin stars to US culinary powerhouses, 14 of which remain in th

Toronto Street Art: From Ancient History To A Cultural Phenomena

Toronto street art has become as much a part of the culture in the city as the art galleries and cafés that line the streets. Although the argument of vandalism vs. art still exists, thanks to StreetARToronto, street art has now become a vital part of the culture in the city, giving artists an outlet to express themselves outside of the constraints of the normal art world, ‘one neighbourhood at a time’.