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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Day 29: Friday / Scotiabank Nuit Blanche


Friday. Another Friday gone. This Friday, we were rewarded some goodies. Our supervisors/the editors thought that since we working so hard that we deserved some appreciation. The other intern (the 3rd intern is still away in Spain) and I split the bag of randos. Here's what I ended up with:

  • Lancome - tresor eau de parfum 50mL
  • Cromweel Cruthers - shaving oil for sensitive skin 15mL
  • Dermatologica - precleanse 150mL
  • Hot Paws - black toque
  • Aya Accessories - eagle with wing purple sunglasses by Corrine Hunt
  • Banana Republic - tie dye short sleeve open cardigan with 2 front pockets (barley+cream)
  • Sugarlime - sterling silver & Swarovski crystal necklace
  • Sugarlime - sterling silver earring and necklace set
  • Sugarlime - 14kt gold earring and necklace set
  • Sugarlime - 14 kt gold triple hoop earrings
  • Sugarlime - sterling silver crop Swarovski crystal earrings
  • Sugarlime - $10 off your next purchase of $50 x 3

>>> Zone B Exhibit 1: Later That Night At the Drive-In @ Nathan Philips Square<<<

On Saturday, a few of us went to the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche event. This event displays all sorts of different art all around downtown for the WHOLE night. The event starts at 7PM and ends at sunrise. The downtown core was FILLED with people... like Ottawa's Canada Day. Some streets were blocked off and some dumb cars dared to drive downtown. Though, I tried to yell at those drivers who had their windows down to tell them that there was no point of waiting and to just turn around. There was lots of different sorts of art I saw, like chess being played with sound effects/music in the background in an auditorium, random couples dancing by feeling the music on Dundas square, a firefly-like light display, film projections... but my favourite was the overhead images/graphics displayed on screens that were upside-down, right-side up, sideways... any which way you would have to position your body to view them in the right orientation. They had music playing to this too. This display was at the Nathan Phillips Square. I would highly recommend you explore some new art and try this event if you ever happened to be in the neighbourhood. It was fun to try...though the night got pretty cold. We were lucky enough to catch the last subway going home.
>>> Red Pepper, Mushroom, and Salmon Alfredo Pasta a la Kristy <<<


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