Archive for ‘May, 2012’
The latest release from this Saskatchewan transplant is a rap record for grown-ups.
New venues and tasty treats mark the 45th anniversary of the festival previously known as Caribana.
In the midst of the 1980s workout craze, why not exercise while making copies?
"I question, however, why provincial legislation should make [gay-straight alliances] normative in a Catholic school, which has its own different but effective methods for attaining the goal of addressing bullying..."
The first edition of
360 Screenings featured Ghost and Patrick Swayze. (Not his, the movie.)
Portrait of a grey lady.
Some Tuesdays call for owl-watching, some Tuesdays call for news-reading. This is a news one, so here goes: fed up with traffic in the sky, polls says we bury it; Conservatives appeal Etobicoke Centre decision; the race for Ward 9 continues; City has a surplus; and the showdown over the GSA naming rules heats up.
In today's UP: the art of collecting photography, a book launch at the Gladstone, and girls that rock.
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Every weekday's end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
A series of debates, discussions, and lectures commemorating the conflict's bicentennial.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
We all like to play with iPhone filters, but what happens when the pros get in on it?
SlutWalk Toronto holds its second rally after launching a global phenomenon last year.
Some images of places we explored during this year's edition of the event.
A giant sailboat is a floating summer camp for youth.
If wet saunas are your thing, today is your lucky day. All you'll have to do is stand around in the humid, muggy heat, close your eyes, use your imagination, and be instantly transported to a soothing spa. Or Bangkok. Either way, happy Monday! The news: things Mayor Ford doesn't like: his diet, the
Toronto Star (there may be more, but that's all we have to tell you about today); the Toronto Taxpayers Coalition has something to say about the plastic-bag fee; a new national park; and a Toronto man has a very bad day.
In today's Urban Planner: Malcolm Gladwell talks Jamaica at the Reference Library; TINARS loves (a book about) The Beach Boys; and The Script Tease Project gets underway.