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TIFF: Eva Mendes and Sam Worthington

The Toronto International Film Festival (aka TIFF) is one of the well-known festivals around the world. Last night, I had the chance to see vis-a-vis two of the stars of the film, LAST NIGHT, directed by Massy Tadjedin. Only Sam Worthington and Eva Mendes showed up during the premiere. We were waiting for Keira Knightly […]

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2010 Buskerfest Toronto – Up In The Air

Todays photos are buskers who love for flying up high in the air is insatiable. QUEBEC RUSSIAN BAR TRIO This group was proclaimed winners of the PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD.  I wonder how she feels up there.   Oh yeah, wheres my Tarzan!

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2010 Buskerfest Toronto – Part 2

Who’s your favorite buskers and whos the one that keeps your heart pumping? Who’s the one that charmed you and left you in stitches? Who’s the one hot and whos not? Who’s the one that dared and whos the one that left you uttering in disbelief? Who’s the one creative and whos the one awesome? […]

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Alton Mills

An hour away from bustling Toronto is an artsy fartsy gem hidden in Alton Village, Caledon. If you cant picture circa 1881, then, go and visit this village where you can find the historic Alton Mills, surrounded by lush greenery, creek and high-end arts. ALTON MILLS is a host to creative arts where artists convene […]

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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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Miss Saigon: A Musical with a Heart

I havent seen a lot of musicals. In fact, only 7 so far. No, I dont mean musical movies but musicals LIVE on stage. And if I were allowed to only watch ONE musical in MY LIFETIME, it would be, MISS SAIGON. No doubt.   I might be subjective in my pick–because the original lead cast […]

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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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Mama Mia Sing-A-Long

Who doesn’t know the song Mama Mia is probably not human. Even if you are, you are definitely not a fabulous SUPER TROUPERneanderthal. Therefore, your life is very, very, very boring. No glam. You definitely need SOS from the rest of us. Electric Shadows, who gave us the unforgettable SOUND OF MUSIC Sing-A-Long Night last […]

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Another Night of Half n’ Half

The first time they appeared sometime last month, frozen groins were UP like umbrellas in a rainy day. Obviously, they heat up the cold season with their lickilicious bod and hard-to-ignore boyish charm. Last night, GAYOGRAPHIC brought them back to LAN Club and despite the cold temperature outside, the boys managed to warm the place […]

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