Author: Erin Davis

Creative food stations, Instagram-worthy art at every turn, a breezy lakeside party and live performances – you’ll find it all at Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision, complete with a dress code that invites no shortage of talking points.

The fact that Marben just tuned 10 makes those of us who remember the day it opened feel really old – but it also offers a dose of warm, fuzzy nostalgia as we reflect on our “wilder” nights spent there.

“I want everyone to watch this film with an open mind,” said Wrestling Jerusalem writer and star Aaron Davidman at the film’s Canadian premiere on April 30. “I’m hoping people stay open to the possibilities of the perspectives of people they may not agree with, or think they may not agree with.”

Your drugstore run can now come with a side of Toronto nostalgia.

The Brunswick House – Harbord Village’s famed watering hole and live music venue – closed its doors after decades of boat races (it’s a U of T thing), open mic nights and over-serving the fake ID-clad set of beer drinkers.

What was one of Toronto’s grittiest strip clubs is now home to a restored talking point-filled hotel and inevitable summer hot spot.

The 125-year-old building that once housed the landmark strip club Jilly’s (and a boarding house) has been transformed into The Broadview Hotel – a boutique hotel and multi-functional event space that could become a new reason for the downtown set to venture east of Yonge.

If you’re in the market for some quality Sunday night entertainment and culinary inspiration that will make you want to bust out the apron, Top Chef Canada: All-Stars premieres tonight.

For the first time in franchise history, Top Chef Canada brings twelve previous top chefs back to battle it out in the kitchen, as they try to impress an elite panel of judges – all staples in the food world.

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