Toronto, Canada, June 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- How do you make a perfect cup of coffee?
What’s in the stars for me?
Where should I be eating in Toronto?
Have recent development and the PanAm games changed the face of Corktown for better or worse?
Plaza App hosts in-app chats featuring diverse experts in food, astrology, coffee and building in Corktown Toronto. All chats will be moderated by App-Promo
The Plaza App is offering a series of chats on diverse topics of interest to the public July 7 – 11, 2015, to answer questions on some very diverse topics:
• How to make the perfect cup of coffee at home
• Q&A with celebrity astrologer Jacy Nova of Astrochicks and Answers.com
• Food lovers Q&A with Alexa Clark, co-chair of Toronto Taste and founder of the CheapEats Restaurant Guides
• Urban development in Toronto’s oldest neighbourhood, Corktown
About the Plaza App
Plaza is a topic-driven chat app for iOS (iPhone and iPad), powered by location: a Reddit meets Google Maps. Users can chat on topics of interest to you people in your city, or globally. What has been missing from other social platforms is the ability to converse with a broad array of people, by topic, by location. Facebook is great for chatting with your friends, but your friends don’t all want to talk in detail on some of your favorite topics. Likewise Twitter you can search or sort on hashtags, but not limit chat to your local city. Chatters on Plaza can be anonymous or not, and post photos and video, and are not restricted by a character limit.
Chat Topics and Times:
To participate, install the Plaza App on your iPhone or iPad device and create a profile. You can post questions in advance, or just join them in the Plaza App at the scheduled time.
Corktown, Toronto’s oldest neighbourhood:
July 7, 2015 @ 7pm Eastern/4pm Pacific
Peter Coish and Kara Isert, members of the Corktown Residents and Business Association board, will host a discussion about the Corktown neighbourhood in Toronto, where the athletes village for the PanAm games is located. They will touch on the history of the neighbourhood and how residents and business associations can impact urban development. The changes in Corktown have provided new opportunities for local business, increased density and traffic. How can neighborhoods both deal with and benefit from large events like the PanAm games for longterm gain. Corktown (www.corktown.ca) is bounded by Shuter Street, Lake Shore Boulevard, Berkeley Street, and the Don River.
Astrology Q&A with Jacy Nova
July 8, 2015 @ 6pm Pacific/ 9pm Eastern
Jacy Nova of Astrochicks, Where the Stars Collide will answer your questions about Astrology, how it works, what the difference your Rising and Moon sign makes, and what the future holds for your Zodiac sign. The Astrochicks app is available at www.Astrochicks.com and Jacy Nova is a featured Celebrity Astrologer for Answers.com.
July 9, 2015, @ 12pm – 1pm Eastern / 9am Pacific:
Alexa Clark – Co-chair of Toronto Taste and founder of the CheapEats Restaurant Guides will answer questions on the local food scene in Toronto. Whether you’re a native or a visitor, find out what’s trending in restaurants, where to find the best meals whether your budget is geared to beer or caviar.
How to make great coffee at home:
July 11, 2015 @ 11am Eastern/ 8am Pacific
Kara Isert, owner of Sparkplug Coffee (www.Sparkplug.Coffee) explains how to make a great cup of coffee at home: the differences the bean, grind and coffee method make. Whether you prefer pour over, drip machine, AeroPress, French press or other method, Kara will answer your questions on how to make a great cup every time.
More information on The Plaza App:
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theplazaapp
Download the app at http://bit.ly/downloadtheplazaapp
For media inquiries please contact Gary Yentin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-464-2223