Category: culture

The Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) had an elegant fundraising gala after party with a silent auction in support of children with cancer at the Liberty Grand on Saturday, April 14th, 2012. For more information visit POGO.ca

Compared to last month’s event where it was unbearably cold unless you were glued next to a heat lamp and most food was sold out before 8pm, this month’s Toronto Underground Market event was better.  Heat lamps were not there this time would have been useful for those unprepared for the cool evening at Evergreen Brick Works.  Regardless, the TUM events consistently sell out quickly for the opportunity to experience unique good eats. We heard the bank machine was out-of-order…

To celebrate having 10,000 likes on their Facebook page, Steamwhistle threw a customer appreciation party with live music from Free Whiskey and pop-up food vendors Rock Lobster and Fusia Dog.  That was a nice-looking cake! http://www.facebook.com/SteamWhistle https://twitter.com/RockLobsterFood http://fusiadog.com

Molson is going across Canada and wants you to know that Coors Light Iced Tea is the beer of the summer by introducing the product to the party people of Toronto at the Sound Academy at Polson Pier last night.  It is a unique light-tasting beer that’s refreshing and not too bad. There are also similar parties coming up in Ottawa and Niagara next week. Was it one of the biggest parties of the summer?  Without any food it’s not…

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