Monthly Archives: November 2011

A New Promo Shoot With Billions Cobra (aka Aidan)

Last week we did a quick promo shoot with Aidan Koper.  You might remember Aidan from the shoot we did last October when we sent him into Lake Ontario to stand with a flaming whip.

This time the shoot involved a lot less fire – just some digital instruments, a vintage mac, and Aidan at his rock star best.

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The Models – Both Two and Four Legged – of Winter Woofstock 2011

As you may know, each June and November we cover the Woofstock festival for dogs. Each festival features a fashion show, allowing dogs of all kinds to walk the runway showcasing fashions from a variety of designers.

This year Winter Woofstock took place in the Direct Energy Centre, and some of the dogs needed a little help getting down the runway and back.  Luckily a few models from Orange Model Management were on hand to help them find their way.

Above, a selection of this year’s models – both two and four legged.

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More Winter Magic on Elm Street

For the fourth year running Elm Street was the location of  Ice, Wine & Dine, an event organized by the Downtown Yonge BIA.  Restaurants brought their goods outside and sold or gave away samples to the happy crowd who enjoyed drinks in a martini bar made of ice, performances from some of Zero Gravity Circus’ fine performers, and the works of few master ice carvers – one of whom happens to be from the very NON-icy island of Jamaica.  More on him in another post… stay tuned.

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It’s Winter Magic Time – Yonge Dundas Square is Lit for Illuminite

Last Saturday we covered the Downtown Yonge BIA‘s Illuminite event. This event is part of the BIA’s Winter Magic Series and this year featured musical performances by The Samba Squad as well as a musical and acrobatic show choreographed by Circus Orange. For the past several years Circus Orange has been responsible for putting on the pyrotechnic show that culminates in the lighting of the Yonge Dundas Holiday Tree.  They do a spectacular job – no one knows how to create a pyrotechnical sensation in Downtown Toronto like Circus Orange – and this year, they proved it again.

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