With constant stimuli and an abundance of information always at our fingertips, the millennial mind is a pretty complex thing. It takes a strong-minded young professional to rise to the top these days, and to use his or her cognitive thinking...
We could all learn a thing or two from one of the top CEOs in Canada. That’s why business tycoon, sports enthusiast, and philanthropist Mitch Garber will share his success story over a cocktail at Holt Renfrew on May 26th – and we're your 'in'
It’s back… the best reason to hop on your bike every Sunday and head over to Vancouver’s Olympic Village at False Creek for some serious feasting. We’re talking about Food Cart Fest and giving you more than enough reasons to attend
Last night we headed over to Mile End Motors for a cocktail-fuelled kick-off to one of summer's hottest and most anticipated events: the Deighton Cup. Read on to learn more about the party and why you need to mark this event as a serious must-attend on your social calendar
The Roots. TV on the Radio. Ziggy Marley. You. Oh, and the largest licensed patio in downtown Toronto. The Luminato Festival is bringing all of this to the city over the next 10 days and we want you to be at the heart of it
The Royal Canadian Legion #1 will come to life this Saturday night thanks to the party makers behind BassBus and the multi-talented creative collaboration known as the Dirty Gramophones. Welcome to TAROT, a fun and mysterious party with big sounds, cool sets and a scene that is equal parts Burning Man, art bash and Old World gypsy
It's no trip to the dollar store to splurge on a $165.00 ticket (or $300 for VIP) ticket to next week's Power Ball: Old/New World, the Power Plant's annual fundraiser event. Especially when it's on a Thursday (June 5th) and you have to work the next day. Forget that mindset and buy a ticket; here's why
C2MTL, the immersive three-day event that appeals as much to the left half of your brain as it does to the right through a vast array of non-traditional experiences, is back again. With an interactive and large scale event like this, a closing night party of epic proportions is expected and, judging by the program, looks like it will be one for the books
The summer festival season is clearly upon us with new announcements rolling in pretty much every day. It’s definitely time to start planning the weekends ahead, and adding to the line up is news that Whistler’s added a brand new reason to get out of town with its new GO Fest
The springtime charity circuit has definitely arrived. On Saturday, May 10th, young professionals (YPs) from across the city will converge at The Burroughes Building to imagine a future without HIV/AIDS as they raise money and awareness for the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR). Here's why you should be there