Eat a Mother’s Day meal. If at all possible, treat any dear mother in your life to a home-cooked meal this Sunday. And it should probably be a brunch because moms love brunch. For some inspo, check out this list of 95 recipes from The Pioneer Woman.
Read the best journalism of last year and leaf through this year’s Pulitzer Prize winners. Honourees of journalism’s top award have written about a vast array of topics, from the war in Ukraine to Mississippi’s dirty dealings with Brett Favre. Be warned: there are paywalls.
Watch Blackberry, now in theatres. The latest film from pranksterish Toronto filmmaker Matt Johnson (creator of the underrated Nirvanna the Band the Show) details the rise and fall of the Canadian tech company and might just be our most anticipated film for this year.
Listen to Could Have Done Anything, the new album from singer-songwriter Charlotte Cornfield. The Toronto native keeps alive the proud tradition of understated, but brilliant, folky Canadian music. No frills—just rootsy guitars, shuffling drums, and powerful lyrics.—QH