From April 6 until April 17, the network will bring the world of Westeros to 277 Queen St. West. Among the merchandise fans can expect to find: Exclusive Season 5 T-shirt and tote bags, a hockey jersey (Canada!), pint glasses and beer steins, a 4D puzzle, character figurines, and a a 7" Iron Throne replica statue. To top it all off, you can even pose on a full-sized Iron Throne.
Read my review of Le Modern Japanese Cuisine in the restaurants section.
Here are my picks for the top events happening in Toronto March 27-29, 2015.
Pabst Street Jam (March 28, Church St x Shuter St)
Ring in spring with a last hurrah to winter. This block party is centred around a snowboard rail that will witness some of Ontario's best strut their stuff amidst PBR and food trucks (yes, multiple cliches are at work here). Music will be supplied by Thugli and Rich Kidd. 19+ (PBR). DF
Announced this morning, the project will include 60,400 square metres of residential space, 26,000 sq. m. of office space, 25,000 sq. m. of retail on the site bounded by Queens Quay, Richardson, Jarvis, and Lake Shore Blvd. E. It will also include educational space for George Brown, OCAD U, and other arts-related organizations, including Artscape.
Maybe this year will break the cycle. Whether you see it as an easy opportunity to go green, a rare chance to see the stars in the Toronto night sky or simply a great excuse to pass out early, Earth Hour is anything but a dull moment in our metropolis. Here's what's going down in the city on the night everything goes dark.