Toronto Fashion Week by Ian Muttoo Into its 12th year, the LG Fashion Week Beauty by L’Oreal Paris will kick off its bi-annual event this Monday October 18th. Showcasing the latest trends from the Spring 2011 Collections, it seems it isn’t just the big names that everyone’s excited about.
Would you believe me if I told you that, in the heart of the downtown Toronto entertainment district, there is a movie theatre that offers 5,000 films for viewing, all for free and on-demand?
Tiny leaves by Ollie Crafoord Realtors from across the Greater Toronto Area made 6,310 sales in September 2010, as reported by the Toronto Real Estate Board. While sales dropped 23% compared to September 2009, when realtors made 8,196 sales, the month-to-month results remained virtually unchanged (there were 6,232 sales in August 2010).
While it is very possible to go trick-or-treating in housing areas around the city (I recommend Rosedale, Bayview Village, the Beaches and, of course, any large building in your own neighbourhood), there are many alternatives or additions to trick-or-treating to consider. Every year, special locations around the city hold events to commemorate Halloween.
Although an evening out often relies on the quality of the company you keep, you can always inject a little more fun into an evening if you’re eating out somewhere with a special theme. Trivia Night at the Drake Hotel is a great example of how you can have a little more fun with your […]
Street jazz StreetFest is a Beaches International Jazz Festival original event showcasing the finest in Big Band, Swing, Dixieland, Smooth, Post-Bop, Afro-Cuban, Fusion, Funk, R&B and Soul sounds that Canada has to offer. Upwards of 50 bands entertain you along a closed 2 km stretch of Queen Street East! It’s an annual 3-afternoon into evening […]