Pop-up businesses on the rise

By Kateryna Horina

On a Friday afternoon inside Toronto’s Left Field Brewery, it smells of freshly-brewed beer. What is unusual today is the smell of hotdogs. They don’t always serve food at Left Field, but today there are two women standing at a table with a sign that reads “Sausage Party!” As one of them is speaking with customers, the other prepares the orders. There is a menu on the table with some fully-loaded hotdogs on display. Everyone in the bar seems to be ordering one. They have to get them while they can, Sausage Party is only a pop-up. It’s going to be gone by the end of the day. Continue reading “Pop-up businesses on the rise”

Pressed News: The easy way to understand news

 BY: SULLY AKBARI When it comes to picking up the morning paper in the Greater Toronto Area, there are many highly-established news outlets around the city. News outlets such as the Toronto Star, the Toronto Sun, National Post, and The Globe and Mail feed the city with news on a day-to-day basis. Each of these news outlets have their own online app, and with online … Continue reading Pressed News: The easy way to understand news