Going Out

WEEKEND READING LIST: A round-up of the week’s top stories from St. Joseph Media

TORONTOIST: Heck, I’m working on a six-year-old Mac, so this means nothing to me, but I still think it’s cool that a bunch of Toronto game developers won big at IndieCade.

QUILL & QUIRE: The Man Booker is being dissed and the Larsson trilogy is going to be turned in to a graphic novel?! Get all the shocking lit news of the week via Quill & Quire‘s book link round-up.

20 MINUTE SUPPER CLUB: Just in time to get rid of the last of that turkey — five simple ideas for using up Thanksgiving leftovers.

CANADIAN FAMILY: Forecast suggests you’re going to be inside all weekend. Why not try all of Canadian Family’s 10 delicious recipes to try in October?

FASHION MAGAZINE: Fashion, history, and family intrigue come together in “Power Lines: Some of Canada’s most successful fashion families gain their power from within.” Lots of nice fashion photos, too.

WHERE MAGAZINE: Got the travel bug but not much time? Check out Perks & Quirks: Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, Montreal.

TORONTO LIFE: If you can’t make it all the way to the big Smoke to visit these restaurants, just enjoy the food porn shots — or try to recreate these dishes at home. Yes, it’s all about cheese this week with nine of Toronto’s most beautiful ricotta, mozzarella and burrata creations

OTTAWA MAGAZINE: In case you missed it this week, we’re suggesting a roadtrip to Millers’ Farm in Manotick for pick-your-own pumpkins. And while you’re perusing our website, don’t forget to check out the Weekender for more brilliant ideas.

WEDDING BELLS: For the spring brides, Wedding Bells has seven hot gowns for 2012.