European Union Film Festival Another week, another film festival—such is the luxury of living in Toronto! The city hosts not only festivals of films made in North America, but celebrations of cinema from all over the world, mirroring the melting pot of languages, cultures, and identities that make up Toronto. Right now, Torontonians have the […]
Archives for November 2010
Fressen This week, the search for healthy restaurants in downtown Toronto led me to Fressen. It’s a popular, trendy, and sophisticated eatery that serves fine vegan cuisine. The tasteful ambiance makes it ideal for romantic dates or dining with a small group.
Before we get into the full swing of the holidays in December, here are a couple of great events to check out before November bows out.
For sale by bsabarnowl Home sales in Canada continue to rise. After a mild decline in summer 2010 (with the low point in July), sales have grown steadily for three consecutive months. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), seasonally adjusted sales on MLS grew by 4.6% in October, following similar increases in August […]
Equus has come to be known as one of the twentieth century’s finest psychological dramas. The riveting play concerns seventeen year old Alan Strang, recently institutionalized for the unsettling crime of blinding five horses in the middle of the night. He is entered into treatment with Martin Dysart, an aging child psychologist on the cusp […]
Kinect front What if I told you there was a gym in downtown Toronto where you can work out for free? And no, this isn’t some sketchy, broken-down gym with rusty equipment, but a recently-opened two-storey building across the street from Eaton Centre, where you can walk in without signing up for a membership and […]