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Champions Of Magic Is The Must-See Event Of The Holiday Season In Toronto

The last couple of years Toronto has been magical during the holiday season, and by magical we mean that you could spend an evening at the theatre watching some of the world’s greatest illusionists plying their trade. As luck would have it such a show is available once again this year, but it’s a different show, with a different group of performers, and it’s an evening you just don’t want to miss.

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Sutra Performer Ali Thabet Talks Kung-Fu, Stunts And Inspiration

The award-winning Sutra is finally heading to Toronto. The show features 19 Shaolin Temple Monks fighting, leaping, spinning and rolling as they showcase the skills they’ve spent their lifetime learning. The show is more than that though, and it’s artistic displays of talent will keep you mesmerized. We had a chance to talk to Ali Thabet, the assistant choreographer and a performer in the show.

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Catch a Shakespeare Play During Vancouver’s Bard on The Beach Festival

26 years ago the Bard on the Beach Festival began, and each year since visitors have been able to experience Shakespeare’s plays by the waterfront in Vancouver’s Vanier Park. Beginning in June and running through September, you can catch a Shakespeare play, related dramas, and several special events throughout the summer. This year is no different, with three different plays being presents.

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Attend The Montreal Jazz Festival From June 26th – July 5th

If you think the largest Jazz Festival in the world is in Chicago or New Orleans, think again. Back in 2004 the Montreal Jazz Festival was named the largest, and with over 2,000,000 attendees each year attending the over 1000 concerts spread out over the festival, it’s not hard to see why. And the best part? Most of the events and concerts are free!

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Human Rights Watch 2015 Set To Open At The TIFF Bell Lightbox On March 24th

The Human Rights Watch film festival tells extraordinary stories about extraordinary people, and this year the documentaries and fictional films that are part of it tell stories of struggle, survival, and hope. It arrives in Toronto on March 24th, and over the course of 10 days, 8 films will be screened.

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Art Shows To See This Spring In NYC

Spring is here, and with it comes some exciting new art shows in New York City. With dozens of new shows opening this Spring alone it can be difficult to figure out which to see, so we make it easier for you by showing you our favourites.

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Exhibition To See Now: Art Spiegelman’s CO-MIX – A Retrospective

Even if you don’t recognize Art Spieglman’s name, you more than likely will recognize his work, which is now on display at Toronto’s AGO.

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5 Books Being Turned Into Must-See Films in 2015

Hollywood is always looking to the literary world for inspiration for their latest films, so it goes to figure if they have decided to adapt a book into a movie that it must be a pretty decent book. We take a look at 5 of these books that are due to hit the big screen in 2015.

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Art Exhibitions To Check Out This Year

With 2015 here, we’re looking forward to the year’s exciting art exhibitions, like “Björk” at the Museum of Modern Art. Here’s our guide to a few anticipated exhibits and retrospectives to visit for a dose of culture:

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Best Gift Ideas For The Book Lover

If you have a book lover on your Christmas list this year, you’re probably hunting for the perfect literary gift. From great reads to convenient gadgets, here’s our guide to the best gift ideas.

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5 Must-See Exhibits at Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

This year’s Art Basel Miami Beach runs until December 7. We’ve compiled a round-up of the most intriguing exhibits to check out.

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Sophie Kinsella Dishes On Her New Book ‘Shopaholic To The Stars’

Despite legions of fans and translations into more than 40 languages, best-selling author Sophie Kinsella seems genuinely humbled by her success. “I remember when I wrote the first book, I didn’t even know if anybody would relate to it or like it or anything. To think that it’s lasted this long is just incredible,” says Kinsella.

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Best Places to Spend Christmas This Year

They say there’s no place like home for the holidays. but if you would like to experience Christmas in a different way this season, break the habit of staying home this year and you will be rewarded with a Christmas you’ll never forget. We take a look at the most diverse and holiday filled places to travel to this Christmas, for those of you who don’t mind the nippy temperatures of course.

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Watch As Cool Pop Up Shop Helps Tiny Merchants Take On Mega-Brands in London

So you have a business idea or have always dreamed of opening your own retail store, but don’t have the money? This awesome new technology from iZettle which makes it possible to take credit card payments from any Smartphone or tablet, makes it happen.

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Vogue Photographers on Display – London Retrospective

Beginning late-November, some of Vogue’s most beloved photographers will be on display in a carefully curated exhbibitons across London. Just recently, famed Vogue photographer Horst P. Horst was showcased in an expansive retrospective. Fans will flock from across the globe to adore the works of more favoured photographers this month.

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