Summer in the City 2019! 545 people through the door. We raised $8,085.64 through ticket sales, merch and raffle! Plus our sponsorships brought in $9000 towards the event - our most successful fundraiser to date. All the artists shined and we are grateful for everyone coming together to make our inaugural music festival a huge success!! We had an incredible night....The choir sang their hearts out. I was so moved by Voices of Our City Choir and the outpouring of Love that came from the audience. Life is beautiful! @voicesofourcitychoir_official#homelessnessisnotacrime#wearefamily#summerinthecity#sandiego@quartyardsd#bethechange
@johnr.farrell and I got to see a very cool production at a very cool space tonight.
Reprint is three 30 minute musicals inspired by Toronto-based Globe and Mail stories through the ages.
The location: the top floor of the Globe and Mail building, which has a lovely patio with one of the best views I've ever seen of this city.
Of the three musicals, Cygnus, about the Toronto blackout, was definitely my favorite, probably because it spoke to me the most. The two actors in it, @brandon_antonio and @michaelderose are simply wonderful.
There are four actors in total (@kaylee.harwood and @kelseeyverzotti are the other two), and its impressive how all of them are able to portray multiple characters in multiple plays in one night.
An added bonus is the creators of each play talk about their show and the process of bringing it to stage in advance
By the end of the night, the window curtains are risen and we see our beautiful city in the background of the final musical. Check out this unique experience if you are a musical theatre fan. #musicalstagecompany#reprint#globeandmail#musicaltheatre#summerinthecity
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New Delhi to New York. After 10 years.
P.C.: Sanjana @eatplayclick
Now open in NYC’s Meatpacking District across from Chelsea Market, La Cubana by acclaimed Chef Carl Ruiz is a vibrant dining destination where authentic Cuban cuisine and live Latin music take the stage in a sultry, Havana-inspired setting
Whoa! Week 9 was such a blast. 🚀 We had a crazy and cool time at the @bostonchildrensmuseum, learning facts about science and playing with bubbles. Now we start Week 10, and it’s our final week of Kiddie Kamp! How did ten weeks fly by so fast?
Woah! What a day. After walking what feels like a gazillion miles (aka about 6 or 7), I haven't seen even a fraction of Toronto but it was a fun and very hot day out.
I arrived at the hotel around midday and after a power nap, took to the streets for a little wander. It brought me to Kensington Market, a block or two of streets with all vintage and hippie clothing. I walked around a bit, had coffee in a terribly hip coffee place called Fika (which is swedish for coffee time) and continued my reccie to the Thompson Hotel and King and Queen street, for food and shopping respectively. The Thompson apparently has a rooftop bar with great views and I wanted to see how far out it would be to go to after work. After assessing and determining that its pretty damn swanky but definitely within reach, I walked on to the lake front, having found a bar there called the Amsterdam Brewhouse and by now I was very much in need of a cold beer and a lot of water!
My colleague leanne arrived a few hours later and after dinner we walked back all along Bay street. The city scape in Toronto is pretty cool at dusk, so these photos are mostly of buildings in wide angle, a new setting I discovered on me phone and totally love! 😍🙌🏻🙌🏻 #toronto#cityscapes#amsterdambrewhouse#walking#explorethecity#summerinthecity
We had a lovely afternoon on a nature walk to Beaver Lake in Stanley Park. Somehow we've never explored the "inside" of the park before, staying on the beaches and the seawall. Beaver Lake was full of water lilies and friendly ducks, and we even saw a frog!