Category: Entertainment

CNE celebrates 140 years of history at the 2018 annual 2-week exhibition. Every August, the nostalgia revisits with yearly tradition; you pass through the Princes’ Gates, marvel at the works done from the International Sand Sculpting Competition & Canadian International Air Show, perhaps check out a concert at the Toronto Star Bandshell, eat some crazy carnival fare, pass time at the Midway rides and games, then cool off at the Ice Skating Show. A family favourite that guests…

Montreal Casino

Canada is a country rich in history, both natural and man-made. The Rocky Mountains are an allure that sees people from around the world venturing to Canada year-on-year. However, one of the growing tourism industries is gambling. No longer are people merely travelling to Las Vegas for their betting thrills, but they are seeking out new destinations such as South Africa, Macau, Russia and Canada. The old gambling behemoths are slowly dying and giving way to the new. In this…

As soon as the Monday workday ended for the 9-5ers, some famous faces hit Soho House’s third floor Pretzel bar for a low-key cocktail to fete their Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) film My Days of Mercy.

Celebrating the TIFF premiere of the film Stronger, Jake Gyllenhaal arrived to the after party at Soho House last night on September 8, 2017. The film centres on the memoir of Boston marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman (pictured above). We sipped on cocktails and nibbled on bites while admiring how Jake looks the same as he does on the big screen. He was all smiles as he mingled with guests. We spotted Tatiana Maslany greeting him and take a photo…

Step aside escape rooms and board game cafes; virtual reality may just be the “future of entertainment” wherein one can immerse themselves into another world. The arcade, bordering the uptown area of Toronto, combines high quality technology with the social aspect of gaming with friends, which intrigues both avid gamers and newcomers alike. One can take on a variety of games to their heart’s content or have a glimpse of the VR world at booths that are pre-setup by tech…

The Aga Khan Museum stands 3 years strong as a prominent landmark in the North York area, comprised of 3 beautifully integrated components: the museum, the park, and Ismaili Centre (a Muslim prayer hall). Aside from their permanent collection in the museum, which features over 1000 artifacts from the 18th to 20th century, Aga Khan opens up temporary exhibits such as the past Syrian Symphony: New Compositions in Light and Sounds, which sheds light on the Syrian culture and brings…

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