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Friday: Infinity Mirrors at the AGO

Are you looking for the most Instagramable place in the city? Then look no further because the Infinity Mirrors exhibit has finally arrived at the AGO. There are six kaleidoscopic rooms for patrons to explore. Each room features mirrored walls and a mirrored ceiling, making the items inside look like they go on forever, hence the name infinity. Tickets are extremely limited, so buy yours in advance or you will have to wait for tickets to be released in blocks every two weeks. Tickets are also available at the AGO, however they are very limited, so be prepared to line up. Don’t miss out on this highly exclusive and photogenic exhibit!

What: Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
Where: Art Gallery of Ontario
When: March 3rd 
 to May 27th
Cost: $21.50 for students and $30 for adults


 Saturday: Party on St. Patrick’s Day

Canada’s largest St. Patrick’s Day party is back! This party starts at 11:30 a.m. and lasts until 9 p.m. so be prepared for a good time! The day is packed with a ton of green-themed activities. Located at 11 Polson Street, attendees will be starting off the day with a free breakfast including pancakes and of course Lucky Charms cereal. Throughout the day and into the night, guests can enjoy actives like life-size Jenga, face painting, Foosball, live music from four DJs and much more. So, put on your best green outfit and join in on the fun!

What: Guinness SPD
Where: 11 Polson Street
When: Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $15

Author: Solomee Telahun


Sunday: Flea Market Fun

If you’re looking for a step up from your typical local flea market, then The Gladstone Flea is the place for you. This special event takes place once a month on Sunday. If you’re beyond tired of spending your weekends knee-deep in junky thrift store piles searching for that perfect find, then hop on over and explore the unique gems, one of a kind fashion finds, vintage scores and so many other market must-haves! The Gladstone Hotel handpicks each vendor to ensure the best items for customers. You can purchase your goods from the very hands that made them, and you can find perfect cheap items, while also supporting your local independent businesses! This flea market is sure to scratch your thrift store itch!

What: Gladstone Flea: March Makers Market
Where: Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West
When: Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cost: Free

Author: @krystinlucas

  Spotlight On: Tacos 101

Looking for new place to grab a bite while you’re wandering around downtown Toronto? If so, you should definitely check out Tacos 101 at 101 Dundas Street East. This small eatery is just a short walk from the Toronto Eaton Centre and Ryerson University, with prices cheap enough to feed any university student.

Tacos 101 is an inviting environment and features bright Mexican décor. The only thing you need to keep in mind is the very limited number of seats available. Luckily, most people get their tacos to-go so there’s rarely fights for seats. If you are waiting for a table, there are always free chips with which you can sample the various homemade salsas.

There are five signature tacos for you to choose from and even a vegetarian option. I personally recommend the Fish Tacos. The mix of fried fish with fresh mango salsa is the perfect blend of healthy and greasy. As well, the Al Pastor brings a twist to the classic Mexican dish by shaving pork shoulder off of a shawarma-style rotisserie. This is topped with pineapple, avocado puree and even more yummy add-on’s that will make your taste buds sing. I also highly recommend their homemade Horchata and their Mexican sodas.

Overall, Tacos 101 offers a cheap place to grab a quick meal after your shopping trip or while you’re wandering around downtown. A meal here will never run you more than $20 per person with drinks and tips included. A great vibe, in a great location, with great food. What else could you ask for?

 Author: Alanna Hopper 

Fashion designers are retiring the term “fanny pack” to welcome the new “it” accessory – “belt bags.”

Like fanny packs, this piece can be worn in two ways: around your waist, or a little above it to extenuate your stomach. Whether you opt for a casual look or something dressy, these bags are extremely versatile.

So, why should you ditch your traditional tote for a belt bag?


No matter the occasion, belt bags are convenient, compact and allow you to be hands-free.


ZaraForever 21H&M, you name it! These bags are affordable and can be found at pretty much every store!


Get ready to stand out! These bags are not like your average fanny pack. They’re much more glamorous and act as a statement piece.


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