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This week’s happenings: 4 fashionable events to check out now
Photo courtesy of The Spa @ Equinox Fitness Club.
TORONTO: SPA CALLING
Status: Opens this week
What: A relaxing sanctuary at the newly opened
Equinox Fitness Club in Toronto, The Spa offers a luxe menu featuring 24-carat gold and caviar facials, seaweed wraps and microdermabrasion, with Rodial skin care products.
When: Opens Monday April 29.
Where: 199 Bay St., Commerce Court West, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Head from your body-toning Pilates class to a Sculpt Facial appointment without stepping outside: The Spa @ Equinox offers access to the fitness club on the day of your spa appointment, plus a range of luxe facial and body treatments to indulge in a well-rounded "me"-day.
TORONTO: REEL TIME
Status: Screens this week
What: The official launch party of Toronto recording artist Kirty’s music video,
Run River Run.
When: Tuesday April 30; doors open at 9PM, screen to take place at 10PM.
Where: El Mocambo Tavern, 464 Spadina Ave, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Directed by Matthew DeFilippis and Elisia Mirabelli,
whose most recent short film, Pretty Thing, will be screening at the Cannes Film Festival as part of Telefilm’s Not Short on Talent program, the underwater-shot music video is the Ryerson grads’ latest cinematic venture.
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CALGARY: BOYS’ CLUB
Status: Closing this week
What: A museum-official showcase of all things dudes, the
Vanity Fare exhibit at the Art Gallery of Calgary wraps up this Saturday.
When: Runs to May 4.
Where: Art Gallery of Calgary, 117 8 Ave SW, Calgary.
Buzzworthy notes: Find out what a classic muscle car, sports gear and joysticks have in common with a lonely sea turtle to define the traditional notion of manhood – and its ego.
TORONTO: PARTY LIKE IT’S…
Status: Launching this week
What: Making its lively comeback this Friday after dark,
ROM Friday Night Live returns to the museum with Jully Black headlining the JUNOS-themed dance.
When: Starts Friday May 3 and continues every Friday to June 21; 7 to 11PM.
Where: The ROM, 100 Queens Park, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: 2006-JUNO-winner Eon Sinclair from Bedouin Soundclash DJs this week’s event; $12 tickets ($10 students, members get in free). Drinks and apps tickets starting at $6.