April 19, 2017

Published On April 19, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1 Today is National Canadian Film Day.

To celebrate the Chatham Kent Film Group will hold a free screening of the TIFF sponsored film Water at 4 and 7 Galaxy Cineplex.

If you missed that, admission is free.

Five Things - 2It’s also Movie Night at the Capitol.

You can check out Collateral Beauty tonight at the Chatham Capitol Theatre at 7.

Admission is $5, or flash your pass at the door. Concessions are available.

Five Things - 3From today through Sunday, Starbucks is selling a Unicorn Frappuccino; that changes colours and flavors with a stir of the straw. It’s pink and blue and it’s made by blending cream, mango syrup, and a pink powder and then layering it with a sour blue drizzle.

But I’m guessing the taste is far less important than its Instagram worthiness and on that metric, it might be Starbucks’ best limited edition flavour ever.

Five Things - 4Ikea might start opening standalone restaurants soon, because the food they serve at their furniture stores is so popular.

An Ikea rep says, “We’ve always called the meatballs ‘the best sofa-seller’. Because it’s hard to do business with hungry customers. When you feed them, they stay longer, they can talk about their purchases and they make a decision without leaving the store. That was the thinking right at the beginning.”

Five Things - 5Scientists say that they have discovered that salt doesn’t make you thirsty. It makes you hungry.

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