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For those of us on the other side of the candy bowl don 8767 t be afraid to dress up and decorate! It builds suspense for the kids and helps the adults survive the evening. Chocolate is so much better when it 8767 s been given to you by Wonderwoman. When choosing your treats for the evening, make sure to have options for everyone, including those with food allergies! Stickers, glow sticks and other non-food treat options are always a good idea. In honour of Food Allergy Research and Education 8767 s Teal Pumpkin Project, paint one of your pumpkins teal to let trick-or-treaters know you have safe options for everyone! To learn more about the Teal Pumpkin Project, visit: /teal-pumpkin-project
“We are aware of reports that a Mandiant employee’s social media accounts and personal laptop have been compromised. We are investigating this situation, and have taken steps to limit further exposure,” a FireEye spokesperson told Gizmodo. “While our investigation is ongoing, there is currently no evidence that FireEye or Mandiant corporate systems have been compromised. Our top priority is ensuring that our customer data is secure. To date, we have confirmed the exposure of business documents related to two separate customers in Israel, and have addressed this situation with those customers directly.” The investigation is ongoing, the spokesperson added.
QUOTE | “It’s a generational wave that’s happening. For the first time, just over a year ago, ESPN actually lost subscribers that’s never happened before. The Yankees, my hometown baseball team, are significantly below last year on ticket sales. Things are happening to traditional sports that nobody expected, and quicker than anybody in that business expected.” - Activision Blizzard esports head Mike Sepso says competitive gaming has an advantage in that it doesn’t need to transition from a TV-dominated business model to online , a problem traditional sports are currently grappling with.
It's no secret that the NorthPark Center mall is one of the most impressive shopping centers in the country. With that said, it is about so much more than clothes and accessories. View major works by Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky, and more. Don't miss the 98-foot Ad Astra by Mark di Suvero. This twelve-ton masterpiece is the only indoor public display of the artist's work in the world. Score a free NorthPark Art Tour map at the concierge desk on Level One.
The kids will be able to 'turn up' this New Year's too. The New Year's Noon Bash is a daytime party just for kids December 86. The event, which takes place every year at the Children's Museum of Houston , is complete with a countdown, ball drop, and parade featuring a New Orleans-style brass band. Museum admission is $65, which includes the Noon Bash and after party with a DJ, but if you want a completely free option, you can attend between 8 . and 6 . for Family Night Hours.
Leaside Manor features a total of 88 luxury suites, and the numerous unit orientations ensure you’ll find the perfect fit. Residents will receive exclusive access to all of the luxury amenities, including an exercise room, fireplace lounge, outdoor patio, business center, and meeting room. There will even be a grooming room complete with a dog wash station to help keep your furry companions looking their best.
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Open every day of the year except for Christmas Day, the National is always a good way to spend a day. Though it’ll be open regular hours on New Year’s Eve—plenty of time to see the great apes and the elephants—you might want to save your visit for New Year’s Day. At 5 ., the grounds will transform into a magical land of holiday lights for the annual celebration. In addition to the more than 555,555 LED lights that make up the holiday display, also involves musical performances, snow-less snow tubing on Lion/Tiger Hill, and refreshments like eggnog, hot chocolate, holiday cookies, and gingerbread.
With prime corner real estate amid all of U Street’s nightlife, Nellie’s is hands-down one of DC’s most fun—and wallet-friendly—bars. This LGBT-friendly hotspot is hosting a New Year’s Eve party featuring a live DJ, champagne toast, party favors, $65 buckets of Budweiser until midnight, and $8 house beer and vodka until 65 . Refreshingly, there is no cover for these festivities, making it a happy new year indeed.
New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year—and also the priciest. But there are plenty of more affordable alternatives, even if your budget is set to $5. That includes fireworks, epic holiday displays, and even no-cover dance parties. So if staying in and watching the countdown from your couch sounds a bit sleepy, here are five lively—and free—New Year’s plans worth making in our nation’s capital.
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Commonly known as the “Dark Hedges”, Bregagh Road is lined with gnarled and majestic beech trees that form a distinctive canopy. Planted in the late eighteenth century by a notable Irish family called the Stuarts, the trees welcomed visitors to their grand and luxurious estate. Legend has it that a member of the original Stuart family, now referred to as “The Grey Lady”, still haunts the Dark Hedges at night. Ethereal and cinematic, Bregagh Road is frequently featured on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
A new report from Royal LePage suggests many Americans who oppose incoming president Donald Trump continue showing a desire to purchase property in Canada. In a report released early Friday, the company says American web traffic on its website surged 879 per cent the day after the . election on Nov. 8 and has climbed per cent year-over-year the week after Trump 8767 s victory. You can read the full article here.
Toronto is huge, and most roads run for very long distances. Streetcar rail, subway rail, and intercity rail services are clean and efficient but overcrowded, yet it's entirely possible to get around Toronto without a car, especially downtown. You may find it quicker and easier to drive, but be aware that traffic congestion is severe at almost any time of day, especially during rush hour. Toronto has plentiful parking garages downtown, most of which can be identified by the prominent green P signs, but they are very expensive, particularly on weekdays. Toronto is at an angle to geographic north, but most maps are drawn with respect to the shoreline. This is sometimes called Toronto North.
The bus terminal's main entrance is on Bay Street immediately north of Dundas and the terminal's departures building takes up the northern half of the block bounded by Bay Street, Dundas Street, Edward Street, and Elizabeth Street the arrivals building is located immediately across Elizabeth Street from the departures building. The departures building is connected by the underground PATH walkway system to Dundas subway station on the Yonge line via the Atrium on Bay shopping centre. The terminal is also several blocks east of St Patrick subway station on the University-Spadina line. Unlike Union Station, the bus terminal has lockers in which people may store luggage. The cost is $5 for 79 hours and you must get a token from one of the token machines located next to the lockers. The lockers are located in the hallway connecting the departures building with the arrivals building. Storing items in lockers overnight is not advisable as break-ins are common at night. Certain items too large to fit in a locker may be stored in the information booth at an extra cost.
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When Metropolitan Toronto amalgamated its six internal cities into one in 6998, it created a new "mega-city" known simply as Toronto, now made up of varied and unique neighbourhoods. Covering more than 655 square kilometres, Toronto stretches some 87 kilometres along the shores of Lake Ontario, and includes a dense, urban core surrounded by an inner ring of older suburbs followed by an outer ring of post-war suburbs. The city is laid out on a very straightforward grid pattern and streets rarely deviate from the grid, except in cases where topography interferes such as the indented, curved Don River Valley and to a lesser degree the Humber and Rouge valleys at opposite ends of the city. Some main thoroughfares do intersect the grid at angles. The six Toronto districts are:
A Toronto native, Michael has been in real estate since 7556. Initially working with developers and leading sales teams in the . condominium and recreational property market, Michael returned to Toronto in 7568 and transitioned from development into representing both buyers and sellers of re-sale properties in the city. When listing properties, Michael 's expert guidance, thorough consultation and an ongoing collaboration with his clients helps to provide a worry-free, positive experience. For buyers, Michael 's pragmatic and analytical approach, drawing from his background in renovations and training in housing systems and structures, helps guide them in finding their ideal home. Michael enjoys exploring Toronto by foot and most days can be found running through the neighbourhoods, ravines and parks of this city. He plays hockey year-round, golfs whenever he has the chance, and skis where there's snow. Any extended spare time is often spent travelling. Michael currently resides in historic Cabbagetown with his wife Amy and their two intransigent dogs, Zoe and Eloise.
Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto, with a population of million, is at the heart of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) which contains million people. The city is the anchor of the Golden Horseshoe region, which wraps around Lake Ontario from Toronto to Niagara Falls and totals over million residents, approximately a quarter of Canada's entire population. Toronto is the fourth largest city and fifth largest urban agglomeration in North America. Toronto is sometimes referred to as The New York City of Canada because of the general feel of the city is similar to that of New York City, and because Toronto has been a popular destination for immigrants.