Author: Danny Tseng

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the original series of Star Trek, TIFF endeavored to boldly go where no charity gala has gone before with their massive annual fundraiser: BOOMBOX. On Thursday October 27, we had the pleasure of experiencing TIFF Bell Lightbox’s transformation into a multi-level barrage of Star Trek inspired sci-fi extravaganza.

I’ve long been a fan of Islay single-malt whiskeys for their complexity, which is often characterized by the distinct smoky aroma and lingering peaty notes unique to whiskies produced in this region of Scotland. So when Moet Hennessey and Ardbeg invited us to an exclusive 3 day #ARDVENTURE, it was clearly an offer that we could simply not refuse. Named after the small village located at the southern coast of Islay (pronounced “Eye-Lah”) where it has been distilled since the…

We can only describe the inaugural SMASH party at the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art as a fine coalescence of captivating contemporary art, engaging live performances, and incredible eats’ n’ drinks.

“Queen of the Night” was the theme for the Canadian Opera Company (COC)’s premiere annual bash and it certainly set the stage for a high-octane evening. This colossal event is consistently known for seamlessly integrating music, art, and fashion into an immersive and unique cultural experience for attendees. Inspired by the villainess of Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute, guests were encouraged to embrace their dark seductive side with their sartorial choices. Sleek dresses with hints of leather, lace, and soft…

Two decades ago, a “small gem of a museum” was built to showcase the history and vision that went into shoes. On the evening of May 7th, over two hundred well-heeled guests gathered to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Bata Shoe Museum (BSM), the only museum in North America dedicated exclusively to the significance of footwear and related artifacts.

Libraries serve as centres of discovery and communication as well as repositories of history, language, and culture. However, for the 10th Book Lovers Ball, the Toronto Public Library Foundation (TPLF) proved that they can be a pretty damn spectacular place to party as well.

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