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Photos/Recap: Toronto’s Power Plant Art Gallery Transformed Into Speakeasy for Power Ball: 21 Club

By: Staff – Last night much was revealed as The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery welcomed a sophisticated mix of Toronto’s most influential notables, taste makers and influencers at Canada’s most avant-garde and vibrant gala, Power Ball: 21 Club. The Power Plant was transformed into an illicit speakeasy, where guests enjoyed a night of revelry … Continue reading

Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery announces artists for Power Ball: 21 Club

By: Staff – The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery has announced the pre and main party artists in anticipation of one of Canada’s most influential and vibrant galas, Power Ball: 21 Club. For one night only, The Power Plant will transform into an illicit speakeasy, inviting guests to celebrate the city’s most notorious art world … Continue reading

Recap: Operanation Dazzles Guests For a Good Cause

By: Curtis Sindrey – The Canadian Opera Company’s (COC) annual Operanation fundraiser event took place at the Four Seasons Centre last week (May 16) for one of Toronto’s most highly anticipated social events. With 100 per cent of the evening’s proceeds going towards the COC’s Ensemble Studio, the nation’s premier training program for young Canadian opera artists, guests … Continue reading

Review: Canadian Opera Company’s “Otello” Packs Emotional Punch

By: Curtis Sindrey – You know that feeling at work when your boss passes you over for a promotion and you vow unrelenting revenge? The Canadian Opera Company’s new production of Otello is that dialled up to 11. Featuring an all-star cast of seasoned performers including tenor Russell Thomas, who enjoyed success with past COC productions including Norma, … Continue reading

Photos: Ric Flair @ Sport Card & Memorabilia Expo

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – WWE Hall of Famer “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair appeared at the Sport Card & Memorabilia Expo to sign autographs at the International Centre in Mississauga on May 4th.

Review: Huawei P30 Pro is the Phone of the Future

By: Curtis Sindrey – Just when you think smartphone cameras can’t get any better, Huawei’s P30 Series rewrites the rules. With the new P30 Pro smartphone, you get a professional grade camera and a lot more for a competitive price. Featuring Huawei’s signature quad camera system, the P30 Pro offers a staggering four camera setup including a … Continue reading

Best Casinos For Sports Fans

By: Staff – The boom of digital entertainment has forced many live entertainment venues to step up their game. This has led to various casinos and gaming establishments investing in increasingly compelling reasons for people to get off their screens and actually visit these venues in person. The result is a growing trend of casinos … Continue reading

Cirque du Soleil Announces Return of “Alegria” to Toronto This September

By: Staff – Cirque du Soleil has announced the return of Alegría, one of its most iconic productions, in a renewed version. After engagements in Montreal and Gatineau, Alegría, in a new light, will be presented under the Big Top at Ontario Place in Toronto for a limited engagement starting on September 12, 2019. For … Continue reading

Review: Canadian Opera Company’s ‘Elektra’ is a Masterclass of Dramatic Storytelling

By: Curtis Sindrey – The Canadian Opera Company’s (COC) new production of Elektra is a spellbinding tale of revenge that keeps you at the edge of your seat until the final note. Anchored by masterful performances by Christine Goerke (Elektra), Susan Bullock (Klytaimnestra), Erin Wall (Chrysothemis), Wilhelm Schwinghammer(Orest), and Michael Schade(Aegisth), Ekektra follows Klytämnestra, Queen of Thebes, who murdered … Continue reading

Top Canadian DJs Currently Spinning the Decks

By: Staff – Music is such a diverse artform in the modern day that, for arguably the first time in the last 60 years, it’s impossible to identify one dominant genre. Gone are the days when the rockers faced off against the mods only for both to be usurped a few years later by the … Continue reading