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2010 Buskerfest Toronto – The Fire Edition

And the highs and highs of Buskerfest Festival continues with flaming balls of fire yesterday, Saturday, as thousands of people crowded the St. Lawrence Market under a beautiful azure. Everybody was in high spirits as buskers competed to grab everyones attention to check them out and their tricks. And the crowd was generous, too, (including […]

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2010 Buskerfest Toronto (Part 1)

Ive seen these people before but I called them street performers. You can take a glimpse of these people, too, in the subway during your morning and afternoon commute. They entertain passersby and at the same time annoy them for “donation.” Here in Toronto, they are honored for four consecutive days in a year and […]

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2010 Canal Pride Parade in Amsterdam

Rain or shine, the show must go on. Especially if it involves a parade in the river—to show the colours of pride. Especially if its a huge tourist attraction that displays hot, saucy, raunchy, bootylicious bods of men and women (mostly men) in their oh-so delicious tans and six-pack abs. Especially if it happens in […]

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The Caribana Festival

This is the last part of the Caribana Festival entries. These last photos and a video are the dancing part and the huge, creative props that wowed the festival crowd.

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Ladies of Caribana 2

The colours of Caribana continues. Glamorous? Nah. Shes the most fabulous and most beautiful dancer in the parade! Dont argue with me. Shes a beauty to behold. Shes my second most beautiful dancer!  Red is definitely her colour! Flirty red.  Even angels have their bad hair days! I wanna be like her. Voluptous! Its show […]

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Ladies of Caribana 1

Caribana Festival is an annual festival in Toronto to celebrate the vibrant culture, music, dance and people of countries in the Caribbean. Its a massive celebration which ends today with the most disorganized parade I’ve ever seen from 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. Imagine a parade that lasts for 8 hours! Beat that. The parade is […]

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Flash Mob in Dundas

This is my second flash mob—but my first in this city. My first was in Shanghai two months ago. Last Sunday, before we went loca for the World Cup Finals at the Soccer Nation Street Party outside the CBC Building, more than 20 of us convened in Dundas Square for the dance flash mob to […]

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World Cup 2010 in Toronto

Toronto may not be a football / soccer country but this city was crazy yesterday during the FIFA World Cup 2010, which, as we all know, was won by Spain—for the first time in their country’s football history. It’s time they should get one. But, I hope it’s NOT gonna be the only one. It […]

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Pride Parade: The Political Side

I think these photos will explain itself every issue raised in the Pride Parade. Gone are the days when gays are only known for it’s artistic talents. Though it still holds until now, but, it’s a pleasure for people to know that we just don’t care about our LGBT community but we also care the […]

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My First Pride

From the third world where I come from, I never had a Pride Parade. Though we have one back in my country, my village / town / city is just too small to celebrate Pride. In the Philippines, Steves who like Steves are well-accepted in the society—we can walk like a beauty there on the […]

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