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Notable Now: October 28th, 2011

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Vote Now for the Notable Awards
The Notable Awards voting is coming to an end, and you have until Monday to cast your ballot for Canada’s top YPs. Over 120 nominees across 13 different categories are vying to be one of the first recipients of these prestigious awards, graciously sponsored in part by Metro. Cast your votes now!

Toronto’s Hottest Halloween Parties
Well ladies and gents, it’s finally here. Halloween Weekend is upon us, and there’s anything but a lack of parties and events to kick-off this ghoulish 4-day stretch. From club nights to fundraisers to a very Notable Haunted Mansion, there’s a bevy of horrific happenings to put you in the spirit.

Easton’s Charcuterie
Kensington’s Mr. Cream is gone for the cold seasons, and in its spot at 61 Kensington Ave is Easton’s Charcuterie and Prepared Foods, serving up, you guessed it Sherlock, charcuterie. And before foodies cry out against the charcuterie craze becoming too a la mode and accessible, let’s be honest: one more charcuterie hotspot is totally applause-worthy.

The Big Give
Hosted by Mike Chalut of Proud FM, this circus themed event features a smorgasbord of food, bevvies, entertainment and stellar giveaways. The amazing night gives 100 per cent of the proceeds back to the Look Good Feel Better foundation, an organization dedicated to helping women and teenage girls who have been diagnosed with cancer. November 1st at the Great Hall.
Forever Motown
With performances from The Spinners and The Temptations Review with Dennis Edwards, Forever Motown is a celebration and appreciation of two of the 60s’ greatest groups. Presented by The Forever Chai Foundation, contributions will help give abused children and mothers at the Shabtai Levi Home a brighter future. November 1st at the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts.

Binary: The Black and White Fundraising Gala
The Design Exchange’s annual gala is always a veritable hit on the social calendar. Held in the DX’s headquarters in the old Toronto Stock Exchange, this year’s event, themed ‘Binary’, will honour three prolific Canadian designers who are truly advancing their fields on an international level. Expect a who’s who of Toronto’s most notable to be at the Black and White Fundraising Gala, this year on November 12th.

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