It's D's and Asa's favourite day of the week, What We Hate Wednesdays! On this episode of OUR ION, your style hosts touch upon the subject of fashion. Specifically vile fashion and "the worst fashion trend I've ever seen in my life."—Asa Fox.
From the team that brought you KNOWSHOW, Canada’s premiere lifestyle tradeshow for business-to-business, comes ROAM Winter Expo, an annual consumer trade exhibition launching in Vancouver this weekend, October 17th and 18th.
On this week's episode of OUR ION, What We Hate Wednesdays gets heated when D and Asa go head to head with a personal issue involving that “one friend.” You know, the one that takes forever to get ready. Don’t worry they have tips on how to deal with him/her.
“I bowl. Drive around. The occasional acid flashback.” Jeff Bridges' The Dude is one of the most iconic and beloved characters of the past twenty years. The bathrobe-wearing, White Russian-drinking, half-baked Eagles-hating American hero is a favorite to many—including, apparently, Michael Fassbender.
In this episode of OUR ION, ION Magazine's Fashion Editor Deanna Palkowski and her Protégay Asa Fox discuss coffee, how you should take yours, and list some of their favourite cafés in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver that you should try.
ION Magazine's Fashion Editor Deanna Palkowski and her Protégay Asa Fox introduce to you OUR ION. Their debut segment is one of their personal favourites called #WWHW "What We Hate Wednesdays," where in this episode they bestow upon us tips on how to attend Fashion Events.
What if your love was illegal? That’s the question Lush is asking as they kick off their global #GayIsOk campaign. Starting tomorrow to July 4th, Lush will be selling a special gold soap scented with their signature Love fragrance to help raise funds to support grassroots LGBTQ equality groups all over the world. Customers are encouraged to post a selfie with the fundraising Love Soap telling the world why they think #GayIsOk.
This weekend (Friday and Saturday) the creative dance collective known as OUROis hosting an evening of contemporary and street dance, and will be premiering a 20-minute piece that they’ve been developing over the last six months.
Thank you for an awesome interview! It was very good and absolutely needed. I've missed The Radio Dept. I remembering standing a bit up from the scene where they were playing in Arvikafestivalen 2003, I was 18. Every Radio Dept song was like the best sex, most profound political stance and pride. I am from Karlstad, Sweden.
Jag älskar er, Radio Dept! Tack för alla åren och tack som fan för detta!