This week’s happenings: 4 stylish and good-for-you events to check out
TORONTO: LAW & DISORDER
Status: Now playing
What: David Mamet’s razor-sharp wit and skewering commentary lives on stage with director Daniel Brook’s racially and sexually charged
Canadian Stage production of Race.
When: On stage now until May 5.
Where: Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Beloved Canuck Jason Priestley serves up his trademark suave as the fast-talking, BS-detecting lawyer forced to defend a man accused of rape – think
To Kill A Mockingbird meets, well,
Beverly Hills 90210.
TORONTO: STYLISH MINI-MES
Status: Now open
What: The Canadian-made, eco-friendly children’s shop Mini Mioche opens its Toronto flagship in the Distillery Historic District.
When: Open Sunday to Wednesday, 11AM to 6PM; Thursday to Saturday, 11AM to 7PM.
Where: 6 Case Goods Lane, Distillery Historic District, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: The 1,705-square foot flagship features the launch of the new em + west line, a small women’s capsule collection made from organic cotton.
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Status: Opens this week
What: Friends, grab your yoga mats and motivational thoughts:
Moksha Yoga Halifax opens its second location.
When: Open Monday April 22.
Where: 65 Dellridge Lane, Bedford.
Buzzworthy notes: Improve balance, flexibility and reduce stress with a 60-minute hot yoga class. Oh, in a steamy, 37-degree room.
TORONTO: GIVE-AND-TAKE SHOPPING
Status: Donate this week
What: Toronto boutique
Jonathan+Olivia invites shoppers to donate their gently used designer duds to the This is West Queen West S.O.S. clothing drive, in support of CAMH’s Suits Me Fine program.
When: Clothing drives runs from Monday April 22 to Sunday April 28.
Where: 49 Ossington Avenue, Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Customers donating their previously loved items will received a 10 per cent discount to be used during the week of the drive.