Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sotch & Soda Opens in the Eaton Centre

Amsterdam-based clothing company Scotch & Soda launched their new Toronto branch last night in the Eaton Centre. Guests were able to peruse the collection while listening to the DJ stylings of Armand Diego, sipping delightful Belvedere-based cocktails, and snacking on … Continue reading

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What to do in Toronto August 29 – September 4

Monday the 29th: Head on to the Ex! Tuesday the 30th: I’ve hear of various forms of battles before, but this is the first Art Battle I’ve come across and it sounds great. Witness live competitive painting at The Great … Continue reading

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Preloved Party

While wandering along Queen Street West with some ice cream, I noticed a band playing in a store window. After stopping briefly in the door to have tunes accompany the ice cream eating, we were welcomed in. Once inside we … Continue reading

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RIP Bill Bosworth

Yet another active and passionate Canadian has left us this week. Bill Bosworth was a wonderful kind and caring man, father, husband, neighbour and ally of the city’s homeless. A few years ago my mother discovered a former dance friend … Continue reading

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RIP Jack Layton

It is with great sadness that we have to say goodbye to a wonderful man and politcal leader, Jack Layton. Here is his last letter to Canadians… Dear Friends, Tens of thousands of Canadians have written to me in recent … Continue reading

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What to do in Toronto: August 22 – 28

Monday the 22nd: Canadian Breast Cancer Network’s Reason For Hope CD release party feat. Mary Stewart, Robyn Dell’Unto, the Danger Bees, Crush Luther and more at Horseshoe Tavern. Tuesday the 23rd: Musical lovers will love this evening’s double bill. Chicago … Continue reading

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Eating our Way Through Kensington: European Meat Martket

Looking for something something quick, cheap, dirty, and greasy? The Euro Meat Mart is your answer! Located in the heart of Kensington Market, this butcher shop has a small counter offering an array of meat between bread. I opted for … Continue reading

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