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  • Toronto - Everything 
for everybody
    that Toronto is an interesting place because for such big city we ve only recently made a bang on the international music scene says David Matisse Acts like The Weeknd or Drake once made free mixtapes put them online and got a huge international fanbase I think this has really changed urban music s business model not just in Toronto but internationally Lifestyle Whiskey Shivers Top 5 Bobby tells us his top 5 Austin picks to eat drink and get weird Lifestyle The laid back city People here just don t seem to get hectic Advertising Top Five Best of Toronto 1 KENSINGTON MARKET Kensington Ave This place is run down but legendary A multicultural area full of Indian shops Rastafarian cafés and hippies having a smoke Each week there s the Pedestrian Sunday street festival Corbis 2 PIZZERIA LIBRETTO 221 Ossington Ave You can get good pizza all over Toronto but what chef Rocco conjures up here is unmatched You have to have their sausage pizza with caramelised onions RW Photographic Inc 3 TRINITY BELLWOODS PARK 155 Crawford St An oasis right in the heart of the downtown hubbub and a chilled place to drink wine with your friends outdoors The cops never bother you Everyone sits and watches the white squirrels which live here peacefully and aren t scared of people at all Getty Images 4 COSMOS WEST RECORDS 652 Queen St West An extremely overpriced record store You pay double what an LP is worth So why do people go Because no other shop in the world has such an extraordinary selection of rare treasures 5 THE HOXTON 69 Bathurst St An insider tip for anyone who wants to hear live house music Acts that are just about to make it big play here You should never

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  • My city-Barcelona
    of food try the small inconspicuous places that locals go to The paella will be cheaper and just as good as on the beachfront at Barceloneta Onetip for drivers and motorbike riders for the most part the streets are laid out in a grid system so there s no problem getting from A to B This place isn t just relaxed It s user friendly too Top Five PEDROSA S PICKS Lifestyle Drizzle to dribble US basketball star Jamal Crawford shows us his hometown Seattle Lifestyle Bekzat Amanjol s Almaty Bekzat Amanjol talks about Kazakhstan s economic and cultural centre 1 W Barcelona Plaça de la Rosa dels Vents 1 A five star hotel with the stylish Eclipse Bar on the 26th floor As well as the excellent array of cocktails there s also a great view of Barceloneta But be warned there s a dress code Photo Corbis 2 LA RAMBLA PROMENADE Plaça de Catalunya Puerto Maddest place in the city Mime artists acrobats and performers everywhere You can watch all the hustle and bustle in peace from the restaurant La Poma Photo Coverpicture 3 CINEMA COLISEUM Gran Via d L C Catalanes 595 This cinema dates back to the 1920 s Its single screen has three levels of seating and it can accommodate roughly 1 700 filmgoers Non Spanish speakers like it here because it shows a lot of foreign films with subtitles Photo Antonio Sánchez Cruz 4 SANTA EULALIA Passeig de Gràcia 93 This is my favourite shop It s where I have my suits made It s absolutely huge and full of the latest stuff by big name international designers Have a coffee on their terrace once you re done shopping 5 BLING BLING Carrer de Tuset 8 For dancing after 2am in Barcelona this is

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  • Austin city guide
    musical style has been labelled trashgrass and hardcore roots Fitzgerald was neither born nor raised in Austin but quickly adopted the city as home Contrary to the cut throat nature of the music industry the Austin scene is known for its good vibes Everyone wants to help everyone he says We re all just trying to get to the same place Lifestyle East meets West Shanghai filmmaker CHENG LIANG shows us his Shanghai Lifestyle Bekzat Amanjol s Almaty Bekzat Amanjol talks about Kazakhstan s economic and cultural centre Advertising TOP FIVE Messing with texas 1 THE WHITE HORSE 500 Comal Street A honky tonk dive bar on the East Side A taco truck outside usually a couple of horses tied up out front Bikes everywhere It s loud dirty and kinda smells like pee says Fitzgerald 2 MELLOW JOHNNY S BIKE SHOP 400 Nueces Street Yes it was founded by Austin s very own He Who Shall Not Be Named Lance Armstrong but it has excellent weekly group rides you can take part in 3 CONGRESS AVE BRIDGE 111 S Congress Ave Stake out a spot on the bridge early in the evening in order to see the largest urban bat colony in North America make its post sunset flight Don t worry they don t fly above the bridge but even from a distance there is a distinct batty smell 4 UNCOMMON OBJECTS 1512 S Congress Ave This antique shop is like a museum of the absurd but with a Texas bent stuffed armadillos cow skin lamps and vintage bizarre dolls The city s motto isn t Keep Austin Weird without reason 5 BOULDIN CREEK CAFE 1900 S 1st St I didn t realise until a couple of months eating here that they don t have meat on the

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  • City Guide | The Red Bulletin
    Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home City Guide City Guide 8 articles found Lifestyle Drizzle to dribble US basketball star Jamal Crawford shows us his hometown Seattle Lifestyle Bekzat Amanjol s Almaty Bekzat Amanjol talks about Kazakhstan s economic and cultural centre Lifestyle East meets West Shanghai filmmaker CHENG LIANG shows us his Shanghai Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International

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  • Watches | The Red Bulletin
    articles Tags Home Watches Watches 3 articles found Lifestyle Back to the bronze age Our pick of the best bronze watches and why you need them Lifestyle TAG Heuer sets the pace The watchmakers unveil a smartwatch to challenge the market titans Promotion Win a Razer Nabu Live smarter and survive your world with the Razer Nabu Here s how to win one Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard

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  • The Next Generation : Tag Heuer Connected
    Heuer Connected will save or download data directly to and from the cloud via WiFi or your smartphone via Bluetooth Unlike the Apple Watch the Connected is bilingual meaning it can communicate with both Android and iOS devices although there will be some restrictions to the latter Like the Apple Watch the TAG Heuer Connected uses wireless inductive charging and will reportedly provide up to 40 hours of battery life per charge TAG Heuer CEO Jean Claude Biver with Bernard Arnault chairman of LVMH Brian Krzanich CEO of Intel André Schaller Swiss diplomat based in USA The interest in the new watch was huge Advertising Future proofing TAG Heuer CEO Jean Claude Biver gives the lowdown on Connected THE RED BULLETIN What was the idea behind the TAG Heuer Connected Jean Claude Biver The idea is in our slogan Avant garde since 1860 If you ve been avant garde since 1860 then obviously you should be avant garde in 2015 too It s an ongoing process TAG Heuer is about both tradition and innovation In that sense the Connected watch fits the bill perfectly So how did it come about TAG Heuer CEO Jean Claude Biver We came up with the Connected watch thanks to Apple The Swiss watchmaking industry has never been very deeply involved in smart technology We have always thought of it as something peripheral for sport and outdoor activities But the Apple Watch really woke us up and gave us a bit of a fright By the time that happened Apple was already way out ahead We understood that we would be entering the arena with a lot of catching up to do You ve brought some powerful partners on board in Intel and Google The only way for those of us who were so far behind to make headway was to team up with partners who were as advanced as Apple For software Google and its Android Wear was the only option as it has a 70 per cent market share As for hardware Intel is undoubtedly one of the technological market leaders They re our strategic partners Google gives us the chassis and Intel the engine It was a logical move linking up with the market leader means you always keep up with the latest developments whereas if you only buy the technology there s the danger that you might end up with something obsolete Did TAG Heuer develop the hardware alongside Intel or did the ideas all come from California Intel provided us with multiple suggestions The last involved using a real computer In summer 2014 there was still talk of using a microprocessor as Apple and some of the other companies were doing But then the head of development turned up with this thing that was just the size of a coin but full of electronic components When I asked what it was the answer I got was A computer I was stunned They told me that this element was easy to

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  • 37 Minutes with Surfing's Sexiest Supermodel
    and part of that is surfing big waves I didn t want to not surf every day If it s 10 feet I wanted to be out there as well Also having the competitive background it s kind of like things get repetitive and old it s been an opportunity to challenge myself What are your big wave goals I really want to do Jaws that s a goal of mine And get some really big barrels That s more my vibe I really want to focus on big barrels Your surfing seems to have taken a back seat recently The last couple of years my work and personal life is a big overlap I do feel like my career is my life It s a full time thing Elisabeth Caren Contour by Getty Images Do you want to be known as a model or a surfer Definitely surfing But I would say it goes hand in hand Anyone who s in the public eye that s part of what comes along with it People are always going to say something Honestly I really embrace it all everything outside of surfing is a positive thing to draw attention on to female surfing You do it in a very seductive way though Your Instagram isn t huck shots or many photos of you riding barrels Honestly I m just sharing my life with people and being a surfer I m always in bathing suits always doing cool things and traveling to awesome places I think overall it draws more attention to surfing in general But you re using your sexuality for that I would not say that s what I m doing Any profession except for fashion if you re a girl you re always in a man s world If you re in a sport it s insane I m just doing me so that s what people are picking up on Adam Franzino Sports Illustrated Contour by Getty Images Does your social media following hit on you a lot Some of the Internet emails love letters I ve had some amazing photos snapchatted to me I m talking about snapchat art Some send videos and marriage proposals and I really respect some of the creative ones because there s a lot of work that goes into that No bullshit cut to the chase How tough is it to find the quality ones I get a lot of guys who are like You re job is cool you re so awesome and cut to them complaining You re always on the plane or you re always gone I would love to meet someone who understands my lifestyle and what I do To me it s just my job My job is my life I have had boyfriends in the past who ve been able to travel with me or be flexible How have your past boyfriends dealt with your engaged following It s sometimes intimidating to guys I date because

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  • Travel | The Red Bulletin
    Follow us via Twitter Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Travel Travel 52 articles found Lifestyle Top 6 carnival cities 6 alternatives to Carnival if you don t make it to Rio this year Lifestyle Adventuring in Asia Leave the roads and explore Cambodia s wilderness on a dirt bike Lifestyle Rachel Unmoored Rachel Moore works and plays while sailing the world Lifestyle SPIN CYCLE The best places to get barreled on a bodyboard Lifestyle Elon Musk The South African born entrepreneur is ready to take the human race to Mars Sports Leaving Your Goals Behind Michelle Parker explains how failure can be more instructive Sports Over the Top The method behind the madness of paddling over a waterfall Lifestyle Perfect sunsets Tips from the experts on where how and when to score the perfect sunset Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook

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