13 hilarious costumes spotted in Toronto this Halloween

Halloween isn't officially until Wednesday, but tons of people showed up this past weekend in their spooky best. Though there's still plenty of dress-up parties to go to until actual Hallows' Eve, a few costumes stuck out for being totally convincing, witty, or just down-right weird. Here are the most hilarious costumes spotted in Toronto this weekend.  Missy Elliott…

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Sacha Baron Cohen movie could soon be filming in Toronto

Heads up if you're easily duped into doing stupid things on hidden camera shows by unbelievably hilarious randoms: Sacha Baron Cohen could very well be living in Toronto next year. The man behind Ali G, Borat, Bruno and more recently the television series Who Is America? is reportedly in talks with Aaron Sorkin and Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment to join the cast…

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TUI Celebrates 30 Years in Ireland

The music was loud and the craic was mighty as TUI celebrated 30 years in business and their first year as ‘TUI’ in Ireland last Thursday, 25th October, at Venue 35 in Dublin, reports Ian Bloomfield. Suzanne Mulligan and Leila McCabe Present and past personalities were in attendance along with numerous members of the trade.…

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Finnair Hosts Top Agents to Briefing in Dublin

The Finnair team headed by Catherine Grennell-Whyte hosted their top agents to an in-depth briefing over lunch in The Ivy, Dublin’s trendy new restaurant. Catherine was joined by Linda Macken, Jialing Tang and Jack Grennell-Hobbs. Finnair offers the fastest connection to destinations in Asia with flights from Dublin via Helsinki. Antoinette Young,TUI,Jean Claffey,JWT and Linda Macken,ATTS.…

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Bedsonline Celebrates Ten Years in Business

Bedsonline celebrated 10 years in business with an event at the Marker Hotel in Dublin’s docklands. Visiting Dublin for the celebrations were Tom Bell, Regional Manager UK & Ireland, and Tracey Bartlam, Marketing Manager, ably assisted by Robbie Smart, Sales Manager Ireland. John O’Brien and Orla Dunne, JustSplit.com; Lisa Warren, Killiney Travel; Nicola York, JustSplit.com;…

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The Night Watch by Rembrandt is not actually called The Night Watch

Amsterdam Tourist Information - The Night Watch -- Rembrandt's most famous painting -- is the most popular work of art in the Rijksmuseum, in which it has pride of place. It is viewed by 2.2 million people a year. Tip: Why wait? Buy Skip-The-Line Rijksmuseum Tickets Now The painting is officially titled, "Militia Company of…

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Preparing Your Apartment For Rental

Some people possess empty apartments or homes, perhaps in their possession due to inheritance, and are not quite sure what to do with them. Usually, the first thing people consider is how to make a profit off of it, by either selling or renting it out. Right now the real estate market is in full…

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Indian Restaurants in Barcelona

Indian gastronomy has captivated both locals and foreigners alike with one of the most stimulating diets in the world. The exotic mix of flavors and textures have contributed to the opening of many Indian restaurants in big cities all over the world, and Barcelona is no exception. Like the cosmopolitan city that it is, Barcelona…

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Renting a Car in Barcelona

Many times, people end up needing a car for various responsibilities, such as driving to work, but many don’t want to end up paying for the maintenance it takes to have a car. Insurance, repairs and replacement of parts are just some of the costs to consider. However, a rental car saves you all these…

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Halloween, Sorted: An Overnight Murder Mystery Break

I am a murder mystery kind of woman. Like many of you, I was raised on ridiculous slasher films and televised crime scene investigations that were as entertaining as they were disconcerting. In fact when Billy and Stu proved my killer theory correct (horror OGs, you know what I’m talking about) at the ripe old…

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