Last Monday week I was handed the keys to a 2016 Ford Focus Titanium for a week of test driving, which came in handy last week for a long-weekend getaway in Muskoka. On Friday we left town early and headed up to the Sherwood Inn Hotel, and we luckily had perfect weather.
You'd better hurry, or you'll be late, for a very important date. The Alice on Queen pop-up event has arrived in Toronto for one week, and celebrates the May 27th release of Alice Through The Looking Glass with the Mad Hatter's Tea Party table brought to life courtesy of YouTube's How To Cake It star Yolanda Gampp and her team.
Heineken launched their new BrewLock kegs in Canada recently, at their Heineken BrewLock Pour Lounge in Toronto, by offering up a few pints to their social media and VIP friends, and aside from nibbles, a DJ, pint pouring training, it was a great Friday afternoon break to hoist a few fresh pints.
The Toronto Blue Jays will celebrate their 40th season home opener from Friday, April 8 to Sunday April 10, as they take on the Boston Red Sox, and the InterContinental Toronto Centre is inviting fans far and wide to come down and celebrate with them and their 2016 Home Opener Package.
The fans were hopping and the music was incredible last night as DJ sensation Kygo took over Toronto's Uniun Nightclub for Samsung Canada's celebration of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, which launched today across the country.
The Canadian International AutoShow is on now at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and until February 21 there are literally hundreds of cars to check out, including some of the most incredible concept, exotic, and classic cars in the country.
Winter in Toronto is a tough time, especially for your skin. It's cold and dry, and after weeks of wind and windchill, it's hard not to feel a bit chafed. That's where the Divine Body Treatment at the Miraj Hammam Spa by Caudalie--located on the fifth floor of the elegant Shangri-La Hotel--comes in for some much-needed rejuvenation and relaxation.
If you notice a strange sensation while walking along Queen Street in Toronto this month, don’t be alarmed, it’s probably just The Force.