By Carrie Bell

British Columbia

A lone figure walks the sand between multiple Canadian forested rocky islets and outcroppings.

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I lived there for seven years while filming The 100, and during quarantine I took it upon myself to go on as many mini-adventures as I could: finding obscure hikes, taking beach runs—any kind of outdoor activity I could do that was away from others. I need to be in nature at least two to three times a week. It brings me peace and calms my brain down.

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Acting Heroes

A composite image of actors Daniel Day Lewis and Meryle Streep from some of their past roles..

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My acting idols are Meryl Streep and Daniel Day-Lewis. I call them my spirit parents. In my mind, they're married and I'm their love child. But everyone thinks that, right?

Daily Meditation

A woman lying on floor with legs up against a wall

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I've been doing Deepak Chopra's 21-day Abundance Meditation challenge. It's 15-minute meditations, free on YouTube, where Deepak Chopra talks to you about the laws of dharma and how we can have more abundance, gratitude, and joy in our life. I lay on the ground and put my legs on the wall, like an L. Being elevated like that means better circulation and more blood to the brain, so when I'm done I feel even more energized. Anytime I'm stressed out, I'm like, "I need a wall and a floor right now."

Homemade Bone Broth

Vegetables and chicken in a heavily herbed stockpot.

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COVID hit and reignited my passion for cooking. During quarantine, my boyfriend and I made fancy lamb tagine and butternut squash noodle lasagna. We even made bone broth that's so absolutely delicious, we've been flirting with the idea of selling it. Maybe we're a little high off our own supply, but we're like, "We'll be bone broth entrepreneurs!" We'd call it Bad to the Bone.


A whataburger chicken and gravy biscuit sandwich.

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I grew up in Houston and went to school in Austin. I'm excited to be back here to shoot Walker so I can do Whataburger stop-ins more often. I love their breakfast: I get the chicken sandwich on a biscuit with gravy and sweet tea. You just don't get that anywhere else.


An assortment of envirinmental protest signs and slogans.

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One positive thing I can attribute to social media is that people can share their views. I want to always create a dialogue. It gives me hope for the future that we are sharing our concerns and ideas with each other about civil rights, the environment, and making positive change. I love to see people getting informed, speaking up, and understanding that we have personal power as people.

Thrill Seeking

A lone skiier on a snowy mountainside.

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I'm a skiing and surfing enthusiast, but I'm terrible at both. I continuously get worked by the ocean, and if skiing I'm on my butt 90 percent of the time. But I keep going back—and with a smile on my face. The more I go, the better I get.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, January-February 2021.

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By Nate Millado

Remember when we didn't wear sweats and pajamas 24/7? (Yeah, we don't either.) Which is why National Dress Day on March 6 is the perfect time for a little escapism. Whether you're a fit and flare fan, a ballgown gal, or more of a mini, you'll absolutely love these lewks from the strong, talented—and drop-dead gorgeous—women of your favorite TV shows!

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Annie Murphy

Annie Murphy in a pink floral mini dress and pale green pumps

Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy in a pink floral mini dress.

Photography by Christopher Ross. Styled by Sasha Charnin Morrison.

Everything's coming up roses for Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy, who wows in this floral Rotate mini by Birger Christensen.

Schitt's Creek streams on the Pop Now app, plus Netflix and CW Seed.

Daniela Ruah

\u200bDaniela Ruah in a black dress with sheer peekaboo cutouts

Daniela Ruah puts a sultry spin on the quintessential little black dress.

Photography by Cliff Lipson. Styled by Jordan Grossman.

Ruah La La! NCIS: Los Angeles' Daniela Ruah trades her bulletproof vest in for this slinky number by Yousef Aljasmi.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sundays at 9/8c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Candice Patton

Candice Patton in a neon yellow ruffled dress at the edge of the ocean

Staring at the sun: Candice Patton dazzles in neon.

Photography by Christopher Ross. Styled by Nadia Rath.

Candice, take us away! The Flash's Candice Patton shines bright in Jamaica in this breezy dress by Guess.

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Camila Mendes

\u200bCamila Mendes looks fit for a garden party in a strapless pink and green floral dress

Camila Mendes models a floral silk cocktail dress with a matching beaded belt.

Photography by Derek Kettela. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Riverdale''s Veronica (Camila Mendes) looks retro-chic in Aisha McShaw.

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Bridget Moynahan

Bridget Moynahan in a black lace dress and strappy black heels

Bridget Moynahan strikes a pose in black lace.

Photography by David Needleman. Styled by Sasha Charnin Morrison.

Blue Bloods' Bridget Moynahan, who plays lawyer Erin Reagan, rests her case for "Best Dressed" with this Dolce & Gabbana lace dress and satin bra.

Blue Bloods airs Fridays at 10/9c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Melody Thomas Scott

\u200bMelody Thomas Scott shimmers in a hip-hugging metallic embroidered gown

Melody Thomas Scott shimmers in a metallic gown with a mermaid skirt.

Photography by Andrew Eccles. Styled by Christina Pacelli.

Celebrating 40 years as Nikki Newman on Y&R, Melody Thomas Scott is Daytime royalty—and looks the part in a regal Tarik Ediz dress.

The Young and the Restless airs Weekdays on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Lucy Liu

Lucy Liu channels film noir glamour in a red and black dress with a plunging neckline

Femme fatale: Lucy Liu looks downright dangerous in this black and red number.

Photography by Ruven Afanador. Styled by Jocelyn Goldstein.

If looks could kill, Lucy Liu would absolutely slay.

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Simone Missick

Simone Missick poses in a snakeskin-inspired mini dress

Simone Missick rules in a ravishing snakeskin-inspired design.

Photography by Jeff Lipsky. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

All rise for Simone Missick, who rules the courtroom—and the fashion closet—in a form-fitting off-shoulder dress by Ronny Kobo.

All Rise airs on Mondays at 9/8c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Emily Wickersham

Emily Wickersham poses on a balcony wearing an aqua dress

Emily Wickersham's breezy aqua dress reflects the sun-soaked backdrop perfectly.

Photography by Christopher Ross.

Princess of Monaco: NCIS star Emily Wickersham is radiant in an aquamarine dress as blue as the Mediterranean.

NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Christine Baranski

Christine Baranski in a green dress with a palm frond print

Ever green: Christine Baranski looks radiant in this jewel-toned palm-frond-print frock.

Photography by David Roemer. Styled by Cristina Ehrlich.

We're green with envy that The Good Fight's Christine Baranski can rock this palm-printed dress by Dolce & Gabbana like a true BOSS!

The Good Fight streams exclusively on Paramount+.

Carrie Ann Inaba

\u200bCarrie Ann Inaba models a metallic gown and matching shoes

Carrie Ann Inaba sparkles in a metallic gown.

Photography by Marc Baptiste. Styled by Rhonda Spies.

The Talk's Carrie Ann Inaba is a golden goddess in this shimmering metallic lamé maxi by Maria Lucia Hohan.

The Talk airs Weekdays on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Katja Herbers

Katja Herbers in a metallic green dress with a diamond pattern

Green piece: Katja Herbers in a metallic green jacquard sheath dress.

Photography by Williams + Hirakawa. Styled by Molly Dickson.

We see no Evil here—only Katja Herbers looking absolutely heavenly in this Dolce & Gabbana dress.

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Folake Olowofoyeku

Folake Olowofoyeku in a lavishly ruffled iridescent dress

Folake Olowofoyeku in a lavishly ruffled dress.

Photography by David Needleman. Styled by Toye Adedipe.

We ❤️ Folake Olowofoyeku in this heart-shaped puff gown by BCALLA.

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Sami Gayle

Sami Gayle\u200b channels her inner flapper in a pink dress with layers of fringe

Sami Gayle channels her inner flapper in a fringed dress.

Photography by Adrienne Raquel. Styled by Sasha Charnin Morrison.

Blue Bloods sweetheart Sami Gayle is a boardwalk beauty in Coney Island wearing this playful fringe dress by Marc Jacobs.

Blue Bloods airs Fridays at 10/9c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Mädchen Amick

M\u00e4dchen Amick in a black mini dress and matching black toenail polish on her bare feet

On the dark side: Mädchen Amick reclines in a fitted LBD, with nail polish to match.

Photography by Justin Stephens. Styled by Jordan Grossman.

We're absolutely mad about Mädchen—especially in this slinky Roberto Cavali dress.

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Lili Reinhart

Lili Reinhart looks retro chic in a polka dot turban paired with a pink bustier and matching skirt

Lili Reinhart looks retro chic in a turban with a bubblegum-pink bustier and skirt.

Photography by Derek Kettela. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Riverdale's Lili Reinhart is a true Betty in a bustier, skirt, and turban by Cult Gaia.

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Maggie Siff

Maggie Siff in a dark blue floral gown with a flowing train

Flower power: Maggie Siff models a ruffled floral-print gown.

Photography by David Needleman. Styled by Cristina Ehrlich.

Maggie Siff looks like a Billion bucks in this breathtaking Pamella Roland gown.

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Sonequa Martin-Green

\u200bSonequa Martin-Green models a blue ballgown with layers of ruffles at the bottom

Sonequa Martin-Green looks out-of-this-world gorgeous in a ruffled gown.

Photography by Marie H. Rainville. Styled by Sasha Charnin Morrison.

Sonequa Martin-Green of Star Trek: Discovery sets phasers to STUN in Zac Posen.

Star Trek: Discovery streams exclusively on Paramount+.

Melissa Benoist

\u200bMelissa Benoist wears a red sleeveless shirt with a sheer black skirt

Winning hand: Melissa Benoist's ruffle-trimmed drawstring-neck top and sheer skirt can't be beat.

Photography by Christopher Ross. Styled by Ashley Zohar.

Melissa Benoist is an absolute QUEEN! Supergirl's out-of-this-world ensemble consists of a Calvin Klein top paired with a Blindness skirt and Kat Macone pumps.

Supergirl returns for a sixth and final season on The CW.

Kaitlyn Dever

Kaitlyn Dever sports a bright yellow dress with a high collar and a pleated white bib front

Hello, yellow: Kaitlyn Dever strikes a pensive pose in this sunny dress.

Photography by Christopher Ross. Styled by Erica Cloud.

Kaitlyn Dever shines bright in this lemon-colored Louis Vuitton dress.

Unbelievable streams on Netflix.

Missy Peregrym

Missy Peregrym poses in a forest setting wearing a strapless white gown with flowers

Silver and gold floral appliques lend an enchanting touch to Missy Peregrym's white dress.

Photography by Tom Corbett. Styled by Nadia Rath.

Looking straight out of a fairy tale, FBI star Missy Peregrym is radiant in this magical dress by John Paul Ataker.

FBI airs Tuesdays at 8/9c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Nina Dobrev

Nina Dobrev steps out of the mist wearing a flowing scarlet gown

Lady in red: Nina Dobrev makes a bold fashion statement in blood red.

Photography by Jason Kim. Styled by Katie Bofshever.

Nina Dobrev is ravishing in red, vamping it up in a killer Maria Lucia Hohan dress.

The Vampire Diaries streams on Netflix.

Vanessa Ray

\u200bVanessa Ray models a peach wrap dress with pearls trimming the sleeves

Just peachy: Vanessa Ray wears a coral dress with pearl-trimmed sleeves.

Photography by David Needleman. Styled by Christina Pacelli.

That's a wrap (dress) for Vanessa RayBlue Bloods' Eddie—in Agent Provocateur.

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By Maria Neuman

If a happy life means living in balance, then actor J. Alex Brinson seems to be in joyous equilibrium. As the hard-working bailiff on the courtroom drama All Rise, he gets to come to Los Angeles for filming and a Southern California sunshine fix, then go home to Vancouver, where he lives with wife Sarah Brinson. "This city is so beautiful, clean, and feels very open because it's on the water," says the Philadelphia native, who has been based in Canada for the past 10 years. "I enjoy the energy of coming to L.A. and working and then being able to go back to nature in Vancouver."

But it's not all about the great outdoors. Here are some of Brinson's favorite mini-escapes. (Beware: Calories and caffeine ahead!)

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Back to Nature

The Sea to Sky Gondola soars above the mountains.

Photo Credit: Tara O'Grady

In Vancouver you don't need a car unless you're going up to Whistler for skiing or hiking a trail like the Stawamus Chief. That view is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen, but you've got to start early and pack a lunch—it's a 6 a.m. start type of thing. If you don't want to hike but still want to see the view, there's the Sea to Sky Gondola, which will take you all the way up to the top. I also like the Grouse Grind hike. It's not as high or long, but it's straight up. They call it Mother Nature's StairMaster, but if you take your time, you're fine.

An alpine valley view with river criss-crossed with bridges.

Stawamus Chief

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Croissant Crush

The interior of the Thomas Haas Cafe with a counter full of croissants and chocolates.

Photo Credit: Thomas Haas

The pistachio croissant at Thomas Haas café is the greatest croissant you will ever have in your life! For a while I went crazy and had one every day, but I had to cut back because I was trying to be more healthy. Now I just have one every once in a while. It's the butter that makes it so good.

Selfie and Sip Moment

A close up photo of a Cactus Club Bellini.

Photo Credit: Adam Chilton

On the west end of Vancouver is a magical spot, Sunset Beach. There's a restaurant nearby called the Cactus Club Café. They do these Bellini cocktails, and the view looks out over the ocean. Once you're finished there, you can stroll over to the big laughing men statues and snap a selfie. They're a group of bronze statues [created by Chinese artist Yue Minjun]. That's a great Vancouver photo moment.

A detail of the Laughing Men bronze statue in Vancouver.

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Two-Wheel Tour

A trio of bycyclists travel down a forest path surrounded by tall evergreen trees.

Photo Credit: Allison Kuhl

Vancouver is pretty small. I can walk the whole city in an afternoon, though I usually get around by bike [check out]. Riding along the Seawall [a path for bikes and pedestrians] is a great way to see the town. I like to stop and have lunch in Yaletown. Vancouver has amazing seafood. One of my wife's and my favorites is the sushi at Minami Restaurant. Delicious

Morning Brew

A cappucino foam art creation being made at 49th Parallel Coffee.

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Coffee drinkers looove Vancouver! The top of my list is 49th Parallel coffee because their beans are always great—strong, full, and never bitter. A little half-and-half and some sugar and it's wonderful. They have one on Main Street, but I go to the one on Thurlow because it's next to my gym, Equinox. They also do a keto-style breakfast with eggs and avocado, which is great since I try and keep it healthy when I'm working.

Brews and Shoes

This city is known for its beer, and they have some amazing craft breweries. 33 Acres is great. The beer changes seasonally; my personal favorites are the blondes. They've also done a delicious braised beef BBQ that is tender and awesome. Afterward, I like to do a bit of shopping at some of the local spots in Gastown, like the fun rubber shoes by Native Shoes, and OAK + FORT, which is a Vancouver clothing brand I really like. Gastown is a great mix of independent stores and bigger chains.

Best Date Night

An overhead shot of elegant dishes being sampled at the Sutton Place Hotel.

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Inside of The Sutton Place Hotel, they have a restaurant called the Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar. Sarah and I like to go there. It's fun to chat with the bartenders, and they make creative cocktails with mezcal that are light and refreshing. At the Hotel Georgia in the summertime, there's a rooftop restaurant called Reflections. We've had a few small gatherings there with family. It's the perfect place for some oysters and a glass of rosé.

An Outdoor Classic

While the 2020 season of Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival was canceled due to the pandemic, the program will hopefully return next summer. They put on a couple of Shakespeare's plays in Vanier Park, which is right on the water, and there's outdoor seating. Vancouver is a bit like Seattle, so it can get a little misty, which makes it even better.

Pick a Pickle

A Kaylin and Hobbs employee displays two hars of their artisinal pickles.

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A great souvenir is the mustard pickles from Kaylin & Hobbs Pickles on Granville Island. They're crisp, vibrant, and so good. I eat them straight out of the container; sometimes they don't even make it onto the sandwich! You can bike over to Granville Island or it costs $4.75 to take a sea taxi from Yaletown.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, January-February 2021.

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By Dan Allen

As Investigator Danny James on the hit drama Bull, actress Jaime Lee Kirchner uses her keen intuition to catch bad guys. But off- screen, Kirchner taps into her sixth sense for a greater good—creating meaningful art. "It's very specific, like a craving that comes over you or a call that you have to answer," says Kirchner of the moment an intuitive spark lights her creative process. "There's this feeling that you have to give yourself the time and the space to let your creativity come through."

A self portrait painting by Jaime Lee Kirchner.

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

The roots of both her artistry and her acting stretch back to Kirchner's youth in Clarksville, Tennessee. "I always expressed myself visually, even as a kindergartener," she says. "I was also very chatty, so the origins of acting basically came at the same time." She eventually studied theater at New York University, but she was never formally trained in art. "For a long time, art was the only thing I had that was my own and that wasn't scripted," she says.

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Around 12 years ago, Kirchner started working with a spiritual guide named Astrid Moore, who helped her with her creative process. "She allows me to look at things from a different eye, so to speak, and to see things that are helpful to me or my subject," says Kirchner. Bull fans might spot in this a fitting bit of kismet—last year in the show's fourth season, writers unwittingly gave Dr. Bull's new daughter the name Astrid. " We kind of joke about how that came through," Kirchner says with a laugh. "Of all the names, Astrid—how many Astrids do you know?"

Paintings by Jaime Lee Kirchner: Woman with a Gun in a Cotton Field | Allowing Divine Guidance | Boy and Bunny

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

Another Bull connection to Kirchner's artwork came in the form of a portrait she painted of Annabelle Attanasio, who played computer expert Cable McCrory on the show's first two seasons before leaving to pursue a directing career. In another uncanny premonition, Kirchner painted Attanasio as blond, even though up to that point she'd had only dark hair. "She said to me, 'You knew I was always supposed to be blond!' She had a reinvention after she left the show, sort of how Sandy became the sex bomb in Grease. So I guess it was a foreshadowing , where I saw beyond where she was at the time."

A bright and deeply textured portrait of Annabelle Attanasio.

Former Bull star Annabelle Attanasio.

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

Much of Kirchner's recent work has taken on a healing aspect, as she helps others see and process issues they might not already be in touch with. "I have to ask permission to tune in, but the hope is I can help them connect to a feeling or illuminate something they're blocking on that they wouldn't have otherwise seen," she says. She emphasizes that permission to "go there" with someone is crucial, no matter what she might be perceiving. "It's kind of a waste to tell the truth to someone who doesn't want to hear it."

Paintings by Jaime Lee Kirchner: Shade | Them | The Peacock Princess

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

Kirchner says that once she starts creating a piece of art, she often doesn't consciously grasp where her inspiration comes from. "My eyes kind of black out, my mind blacks out, and my hands just know what to do," she says.

When creating a three-dimensional work she titled The Three Belles a few years ago, for instance, she says she found herself just grabbing materials that came to her in a flash. "It was such a clear image—I knew I wanted to do something that felt like an oxidized statue in Italy, with a sort of tealish/bluish/goldish patina on these old statues," she says. "It was just so in the moment—it had no recipe; I just knew to grab random little things, like pieces of plastic or twigs from the yard. It's the most satisfying thing I've ever experienced, to have the vision, then trust myself to physically manifest it."

The Three Belles by Jaime Lee Kirchner.

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

Later, when a friend happened to share a Victorian-era photo of three women on social media, the image stunned her. "I was like, holy crap, I just channeled these three women I never met," she says. "They had the same hairstyles, they were turn of the century, and the photo had the same blue patina. I get chills thinking about it."

A faded Victorian-era photograph much like the artist's The Three Belles piece.

A photo of the women Kirchner says she channeled through her art.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jaime Lee Kirchner.

Another piece, an untitled work of a woman with a small monkey perched on her shoulder, came to Kirchner while she was at home in her New York apartment, meditating in the bathtub—"where all the deep thinking happens," she laughs. "In my mind I saw a gold monkey on a woman's shoulder. It didn't make sense, but I knew I had to paint the image."

Creating the piece was a powerful experience for Kirchner, whose mother is Black and father is White. "I realized that I hadn't really worked with a lot of Black skin, so I wanted to challenge myself and see what I was blocking. There was a lot in there around identity for me."

Artist and actor Jaime Lee Kirshner painted this untitled painting of a woman with a small yellow monkey perched on her shoulder.

Kirchner says this untitled work challenged her to think about her identity.

Photo Credit: Ken Sanville.

While Kirchner's artwork hasn't been fully featured on Bull yet, she did manage to wear a T- shirt featuring one of her pieces in an episode. Kirchner's shirts, which can be found along with her other artwork on her website, sport one of her favorite quotes on the back, from tightrope-walker Philippe Petit: "We are in my daydream now, anything is allowed."

She says the quote sums up her approach to her artistry, and her advice to would-be creatives. "Just keep creating and enjoy your version of whatever it is that delights you," she suggests. "It doesn't have to make sense to anyone else."

Artist and actor Jaime Lee Kirshner poses wearing a t-shirt of a self-portrain she painted that was featured on the CBS show Bull.

A Kirchner T-shirt was featured on Bull.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jaime Lee Kirchner.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, January-February 2021.

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