July 13, 2016 by  
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Attend this year’s most glamorous event of the year at Toronto’s newest state of the art entertainment venue 11 Polson! Overlooking the lake and the city skyline, Anokhi Media has partnered with Rowenta and Ink Entertainment to provide the city with the 13th Annual Anniversary Event at Toronto’s hottest new venue!


The Anokhi Media’s Awards-Fashion Show is beyond amusing as guests will be able to witness South Asian fashion at its finest. Located at 11 Polson Street in the core of downtown Toronto, the event will take place on August 25th, 2016 and will feature a red carpet reception showcasing V.I.P and celebrities followed by the fashion awards and soiree show.



Anokhi Media was created by founder Raj Girn in June 2002. She had the vision of structuring a resourceful service which assists in communicating with the global South Asian community, to which she is involved in. Anokhi Media has since evolved into an exclusive pop cultural lifestyle & entertainment based brand for all of those who love and enjoy what the south asian culture has to represent.

This event will be the 13th Anniversary event for Anokhi. Make sure to not miss this highly anticipated event at Toronto’s newest state of the art entertainment centre!



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July 12, 2016 by  
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The Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons will host their 23rd Annual Canadian Hall of Fame Luncheon on Friday, November 4, 2016.  This event recognizes the undeniable support  that Canadians provide the community with disabilities. The contributions that enrich the lives of these disabled people is what truly defines the CFPDP and the beacon of hope and opportunity for our fellow citizens!.


Do not miss this 23rd Annual Hall of Fame Induction at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel Concert Hall. Reception starts at 11:45am leading up to the luncheon at 12:00pm.

Come out and support the CFPDP and the physically disabled people of Canada! All support and contributions are greatly appreciated!

Toronto Welcomes Chihuly’s Colourful Works of Art

July 7, 2016 by  
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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is now proudly showcasing the colourful, captivating art of internationally acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly. The exhibit will run from June 25, 2016 all the way through until January 2, 2017 and will feature classic installations selected by Chihuly, along with pieces created exclusively for the ROM’s exhibit.

Persian Ceiling, MMFA

Chihuly has been creating colourful and mesmerizing glass installations for over 50 years. Drawing inspiration from the environment around him, his pieces are unique to each place he has visited. Over his career, Chihuly has mastered the transparent qualities of ice, water, glass and neon by creating works of art that allow viewers to be immersed into his thoughts and experiences.

The exhibit is now open, and being displayed in the Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall. Admission is free for ROM members, $29 for adults, $26.50 for students/seniors, and $21 for children (4-14 years).

Make sure not to miss this unique, colourful and captivating exhibit, perfect for any age.

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Hemingway’s Celebrates Canada with Brickworks Cider

July 6, 2016 by  
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Hemingway’s knows how to draw a crowd! The Pre-Canada Day Celebration was a massive success. The rooftop patio was filled to the brim with every table full, a line out the door, and the bar busy with a sea of red and white wearing guests.


The event sponsor, Brickworks Ciderhouse provided free samples of their two ciders, Batch : 1904 the dry cider, and Queen Street 501 the sweeter cider made from eight different apples. While sampling the all natural ciders, guest were told about the brewing process and we able to ask questions. Brickworks also had a gift basket filled with goodies up for grabs in a raffle which was entered by anyone who bought a cider.


Guests were also treated to Brickworks inspired snacks crafted by Hemingway’s, which were very popular. These snacks included samosas and pakoras served with a dip, and a chilled honeydew puree with dry cider soup served in a shot glass.

Thank you to everyone who came out to start their Canada Day celebrations early and support Hemingway’s! Hope to see everyone at the next Hemingway’s event!

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