It’s Friday! Of a short week, how fantastic. It’s been “warmer” the past few days which just gives us hope that spring is coming, it didn’t forget about us. Won’t this summer just seem so much exciting because of the winter we’ve had? There’s so much going on in the city this weekend, here’s a few ideas.

Do: Love Vs. Smut (5): An Evening of Storytelling is tonight at Handlebar in Kensington Market. In this show presented by Pressgang Theatre, performers will recount dating experiences and romantic encounters, the best and the worst of them. It is a pay-what-you-can show, with a suggested donation of $10, formal dress code is encouraged.

See: The Reel Artist Film Festival is hapenning all weekend at the TIFF Lightbox. This festival features documentaries about visual art and arts. There will be a mix of feature-length and short films about challenges raised by artists. Tickets are $12 and $8 for students and seniors.

Eat: Starting at noon today, the Happy Hooker on Dundas (west of Bathurst) will be serving up fish and chips for $2! I haven’t had the chance to try them before but the pictures on their instagram look absolutely delicious, I wish I worked closer to them or I know what I’d be having for lunch while watch the game.

Drink: Toronto will soon have another brewery, this one in the ‘east’ end. Left Field Brewery is holding an open house this Saturday from 2-8pm to show their brewery pre-construction. You’ll be able to taste the beer and meet the owners. The brewery is pre-construction so it will be cash only but beer will be $5 and there will be pizza and snacks available to purchase, as well as Left Field Brewery products. Should be a fun day, welcoming them to their new neighbourhood. 

Whatever you do this weekend, I hope it’s a great one. I really enjoy the idea of a Friday song, so I’m going to keep it going. Thanks Love Toronto for reminding me of this song on their #TBT post yesterday – Let’s Ride!

Go Canada Go!

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