You only get one chance to make a good impression with parents. So what happens if you blow that chance?
Single gals and Valentine’s Day go together like chocolate and chocolate?
Someone asks how it is possible to trust and love after suffering pain.
The only thing between you and love might be 36 questions.
After trauma, everyone recovers at a different speed and in a different way. So shut up critics!
Sometimes discerning an abusive relationship from a loving one can be difficult. It’s Only Love irons out the differences.
While we hope for a perfect world where there is freedom to be yourself at any time and any place, sometimes things just go wrong.
When the person you love is more Mr. Big than Aiden, but won’t let you go either.
Koalas is a play about intimacy and the trepidatious struggle of indecision by young playwright Felix-Antoine Boutin. Review here:
What should you do if you catch your partner talking to an ex and lying about it… only you find out by reading his email? Read Celina’s response here.
Charming ballet knows exactly where to break convention and allow characters to shine.
Why do so many people meet by screen rather than in person? Celina does some soul searching to answer this question.
All the things your parents never knew about: OKCupid, Tinder, and WhatsApp.
Smarting from your last break-up? Or, maybe you’re more homicidal? Here are ten tips to move on from down and dumped to a happier future.
Montreal Rampage’s brand spankin’ new dating column with Celina Flores invites you to share your best and worst stories, as well as look for some sound advice.
Exhibit of photographs and line drawings explore the connections between pain in a relationship, silence, and later understanding of events.
Apart from the obvious legends, there are many paid shows at the Montreal Jazz Fest worth seeing. Here are our picks.
Damon McMahon from Amen Dunes talks about his music, influences, and his thoughts about song writing and the music industry.
Reviews of Shine On and Unrepentant Geraldines.
Belgian Stijn Celis’ new masterwork shows both the perils and the rewards of two stories of true love.