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This past Thursday we attended an exclusive event on the 48th floor (private penthouse) of One King West for the “World’s oldest hockey stick”. The historic stick was independently appraised at $4.25 million, and was up for auction. If that wasn’t exciting enough, the night included a chance to be the first in Canada to drive the Audi R8 Spyder or attend a Leaf’s hockey game in a private box with hockey legends Johnny Bower and Bobby Hull or shoot the breeze with “Mr. Hockey” himself Gordie Howe at a Detroit Red Wings game.

Check out the pics below…



Johnny Bower signing autographs.




For more info CLICK HERE.

Photos by Will.



Here’s another reason why I love my city. Shout out to Mayor David Miller for making this official.

The late Great Robert Nesta Marley, a Jamaican reggae icon and international music hero will be honoured at Toronto’s City Hall.

Saturday February 6, 2010
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Which will be proclaimed Bob Marley Day.

Happy Bob Marley Day!

My favourite Bob Marley song is Redemption Song, what’s yours?

1 Love T.O.

Each year the National Post’s Shinan Govani releases his “Worthy 30″, Toronto’s most desirable bachelors/bachelorettes. This year, 1 LOVE T.O.’s very own Tyrone “T-rexXx” Edwards was selected, and will be featured on the cover. You can expect to see this piece coming out between February 13 – 20th, so make sure you pick up your copy!

Watch the video for a behind the scenes look during yesterdays photo shoot at The Harbord Room.


We Are The World – 2010


While we we’re in L.A. for the Grammy’s a few of our friends got “the call”… instead of hanging out with Melanie Fiona, Drake or Justin Bieber, they had to make their way to the Jim Henson studio to join over 80 other artists to record the 2010 version of “We Are The World”. Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie teamed up to produce the new version of the 1985 hit in support of the victims of Haiti’s Earthquake.

Some of the artists included: Wyclef, Drake, Kanye West, Jonas Brothers, Snoop Dogg, Melanie Fiona, Lil’ Wayne, Pink, Justin Bieber, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Gladys Knight, Akon, Mya, Brandy, Robin Thicke, Tyrese, Trey Songz, Jamie Foxx, Toni Braxton, Kid Cudi, LL Cool J, Keri Hilson, Will.I.Am and many more…

The full version of the song will be aired February 12th on NBC during the opening ceremony of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.

Previously: 1 LOVE T.O. x Haiti Relief – Video


Lincoln and The Marshin Academy


A friend of mine sent me this youtube link today. At first I was like “what is this?” Then I said, “post worthy, this is hot!”
Congratulations to Toronto’s own Lincoln and The Marshin Academy, they’ve got a great sound and a steadily growing number of devoted followers, both online and at their live shows.

I was first introduced to Lincoln while he was rapping with Foundation, today I was re-introduced to Lincoln over some serious guitars and heavy drums. I posted “YOU AND ME” because it was this song that had me sold. This song is a completely different vibe as he sings over an acoustic guitar.

Lincoln, we love your new work and direction. We think our readers will too….?

“Go” – Lincoln and The Marshin Academy


Look out for live interview with Lincoln and The Marshin Academy following their February 10th show.


Hot Dog Fees

We usually don’t post ads, but this commercial is hilarious! Has anyone signed up for a new WINDmobile account, we’re curious to hear your feedback?

“Disposal Fee – 50 cents” …LOL!

To watch more funny ads from this campaign CLICK HERE.


Drake’s Grammy Performance

By now I know you’ve probably seen this everywhere, but it’s a part of our history and I wanted to share a glimpse into what I felt while being at the Grammy’s.

I felt proud as a friend, a Torontonian, and a fan of music. It was incredible to see Eminem, Wayne and Drake LIVE together on stage. There was a reason behind someone who doesn’t have an album out, who had a magical year, and was wrapping up the Grammy’s with two living legends, with the words “I WANT THIS SHIT FOREVER”.

It didn’t matter that Busta Rhymes, Trey Songz, Katy Perry and Toni Braxton were next to me…for those few minutes I didn’t care about anything but what I was witnessing. I got out of my seat, unbuttoned my suit jacket and realized those words in the song meant so much more to me now…

“it may not mean nothing to ya’ll, but understand nothing was done for me, and I don’t plan on stopping at all, I want this shit forever man…”

Previously: This Year’s Grammy Rehearsal


1 LOVE Learning


Since our first post about Toronto’s Social Media Week the response has been so overwhelming that we’ve decided to host our own event with the help of York University.

Lecture halls, podiums and PhDs are educational institutions still the epic centre of knowledge? What tools are changing how we learn? How can students, teachers, parents and engaged citizens harness social media to improve learning, civic engagement and personal/professional development? Join our discussion with a unique group of trailblazers responsible for some of the cities most thought provoking spaces/events. Hear stories about how the connections we make – between ideas, subjects and people – are transforming education and leading to some amazing results.

Guest Speakers:
Bryan Brock & Tyrone Edwards: Founders, 1LoveTO
Neel Joshi: TEDxTO Strategist
Laura D’amelio: Manager Print & E Media Content York University
Professor Andrew W. Eckford: Department of Computer Science & Engineering York University

Thursday, February 04, 2010 from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM (ET)

Accolade East Building (ACE)
4700 Keele Street, Room 011
York University

To register CLICK HERE.

Previously: Social Media Week