Sounds like a great idea to collaborate and share space.
queen st would like to welcome Annas new mens shop to our cluster of awesomeness, but it should be stated that not only does make new offer menswear, but Elsies and Put me on have been offering up great menswear for a number of years now and we are all together on the fashionable queen st. so yes make new mens is here, new and awesome, but the other shops are not to be passed up by any man in the know. cheers!!
There was a recent "Bitch" in which a NSCAD student spoke about a man denigrating the college and the offender references the movie "I am Legend" as part of an analogy. Interesting coincidence.
A real NSCAD student would have made a better artistic looking decal.
For anyone who doesn't want to go clicking, they appear to be $2.25-2.50 per 60g bar(you need to order $54 dollars worth to get that quarter off).
i get the impression they are moving to oddjects, further along barrington
So where are they moving?
Thanks for the write-up Allison. We're dropping off new items regularly. Stoked to be a part of the Plan B team.
Halloween or Pride night is always jammed at Refs but it's just their dance floor that needs to get bigger, not the actual bar. I think TAO would be a good fit. As gross and shady as this bar is, it's important that we have a gay bar Downtown.
The only times I've been to Reflections it hasn't been more than a third full. Maybe it gets fuller with big events, but my experiences make me think it could fit into Tao okay.
I'm curious to see what the impact of having Reflections and Pacifico in such close proximity will be in terms of the number of drunk people on one street.
The old pool hall! I think it would be a grat fit. Refs is too spread out as is.
Developer assembling a block - 12 storey (minimum) condo proposal will soon be in front of planning staff. Check out the Registry of Deeds and the developer will be revealed.
Sorry if my previous comment was, well, cranky, but this whole IheartLocal thing is missing the mark from my consumerist point of view. The initial marketing aspect was great, but I think its time to move beyond buying local for the sake of it, and maybe highlight what the benefits of local are, I mean other than 'keeping our money here'. As a foodie I get it, but furniture and clothing? beer and wine(imports I mean) at premier/bishops, sporting goods?
I loved the look of the place. I went in a few times and loved lots of their products. But they were all unbelievably expensive.
I read about the closing in the Coast, and I absolutely loathe that the owner starts blaming Costco and online shopping.
When everything in your store is completely overpriced and you pay an ungodly sum for rent in an expensive part of town, don't blame Costco. Especially when you're a niche store. Do they really think people were going to Costco to buy similar products? C'mon.
Nah, its not pretentious or anything to call your nic-nak store a "retail experiment". Gag. In the 80's it was called The It Store and we had them in every mall.
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Indeed it is, Mr. Cranky! Indeed it is.
Its a fucking building.
This is all very nice, but could someone do some reporting on whether or not the the building at 5262 Sackville (one of only a handful of remaining Victorian brick buildings between Grafton and Brunswick) is going to be torn down for the redevelopment?
I think a lot of people would be dismayed to see yet another development that does away with yet another example of our diminishing stock of good, solid, historical buildings, rather than imaginatively incorporate it.
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