Now Open: CUBE
INK Entertainment and Charles Khabouth’s re-envisioning of the space that until recently housed Ultra Supper Club is ready to entice the masses. With a complete redesign by firm Munge Leung, staff uniforms by Danier, and a d&b German sound system, CUBE is sure to become a new hotspot on the scene. 314 Queen Street West.
Steam Whistle UNSIGNED #21
Steam Whistle Brewery’s indie music series, UNSIGNED, continues tonight with sets by Boys Who Say No, The Paint Movement, and Luke Lalonde. Cheap cover, a great atmosphere, and as much homegrown brew as you can down make this the perfect event for any music-loving Torontonian.
Good Shepherd Gala
Tomorrow night’s Good Shepherd Gala at the Paramount Conference Centre in Woodbridge is a fundraiser for Good Shepherd Ministries, which provides support and services to Toronto’s disadvantaged and homeless. Help support this great cause in notable fashion while mixing with other socially-conscious Torontonians.
The Artist Project
From March 1st to 4th, take a jaunt down to the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place and take in a heavy dose of art and culture at this year’s The Artist Project. Featuring over 200 artists’ and their magnificent original works, The Artist Project’s fifth year is sure delight the senses and showcase Canada’s artistic talent.
Lifford Ladies’ Night
Not surprisingly, this one’s for the ladies only. Lifford Wines’ semi-annual affair opens corks on the 8th of March at the Kravet and Lee Jofa Showrooms (320 Davenport). Featuring a host of top Canadian designers, robust wines, and gourmet food, this event raises funds for the Women Moving Women initiative of the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
Pinball Cafe just opened in Parkdale
Vintage gaming, coffee, and confections are the promises of this new Parkdale establishment, aptly named the Pinball Cafe. Grab a root beer float and a retro candy bar before settling into a game of Flash Gordon pinball and remember those good ol’ days that seem so far away. 1662 Queen Street West.