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

TORONTO LIFE: Somehow I missed #2, but there you go. Seems Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that the script for Ghostbusters III is almost finished. In fact, he had it on hand when he spoke with the Canadian Press recently. Check it out here.

FASHION MAGAZINE: All things breasts took over the two floors of Andrew Richard Design’s stylish east-side Toronto studio for Booby Ball, the annual benefit supporting Rethink Breast Cancer.

QUILL & QUIRE: Another possible gadget for the Christmas list. Kobo has unveiled its latest e-reading device, a 7″ colour tablet that will go head-to-head against the Kindle Fire and other tablet devices.

WEDDING BELLS: Cupcakes are still on trend. And so Wedding Bells brings you 18 romantic cupcake designs with which to wow your family and friends.

OTTAWA MAGAZINE: But even more on trend than cupcakes (see above) are French pastries. Macarons et Madeleines is the brainchild of former Le Cordon Bleu pastry chef Stéphan Ethier, who  prepares Parisian-style pastries from  his LeBreton Flats home.

CANADIAN FAMILY: If you find yourself short on time when it comes to cooking up Halloween treats, you’ll love these adorable No-Bake Marshmallow Witches.

WHERE: The Canadian Tourism Commission launched its Signature Experiences Collection, highlighting 48 “authentic” and singular Canadian experiences.

20 MINUTE SUPPER CLUB: If you’ve got leftover beer (as if!), or maybe just have a hankering for more (more likely), try these delicious ways to incorporate beer into your cooking.

TORONTOIST: Farmers, chefs, food activists, and food lovers gathered Sunday to celebrate the harvest and raise awareness of a proposed megaquarry in the heart of Ontario farmland.

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