Western Canada’s GRETA Bar opens in Toronto

When it comes to ideas on what to do with friends or on a date night, it can be easy to fall into the same activities and patterns, resulting in monotony. Thankfully for those living in or visiting Toronto, there’s a new hotspot in town and it sounds pretty epic if I do say so myself.

Let’s talk about Western Canada’s GRETA Bar and how they just opened their biggest location on King West in Toronto, featuring 50+ arcade games and casual dining, and how I can’t wait to see it for myself!

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Here’s how I plan to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

The 5th of May has been an important day in my life for over a decade now and probably will be forever, and it also marks the unofficial beginning of warmer months, outdoor meals, sunshine and lots of laughter. Cinco de Mayo is one of those holiday-esque days that brings people out to enjoy moments together. For those of you who drink, I want to share how friends, family and guests of mine will be enjoying the festivities this year!

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INLAND is back with their 2024 Spring Popup at CF Eaton Centre

While I am admittedly not the most fashionable person I know, I have definitely learned a thing or two over the years by paying attention to those who are

Making note when experts on the subject give me advice or share knowledge with their followers, I have come to realize there are a handful of events I must always be aware of and attend when possible. Returning for the 2024 Spring Popup at CF Eaton Centre, INLAND is one of those events that simply cannot be missed and I’m here to tell you why.

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Here’s what to look forward to at Fashion Art Toronto’s 1664 Fashion Week

With the warmer weather and the beginning and month of May comes the energy and excitement of another season of shows with Fashion Art Toronto. Founded in 2005, #FashionArtToronto – or more commonly referred to at FAT – is one of the longest running fashion weeks in the country, and many would say, one of the most important. With my early experiences attending shows and events when I first started blogging, I remember the importance FAT in the fashion community was in its stark contrast to a more commercial and “polished” fashion week. The focus on emerging talent, creativity, individualism, innovation, anti-establishmentarianism, and modernity have always been at the heart of the organization, and this year’s shows and events are set to be some of the largest and most visible to date.

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