Archive for 'Carly Maga'
Some reflections on the highlights and lowlights of Saturday's all-night contemporary art party.
Two programmers of Nuit Blanche talk about the real reason millions of people take to the street—the art.
The pedestrianization of John Street will end in October, but it will be back next year—and bolder than before.
Here's why you should keep seeing theatre in Toronto all year round.
Toronto's annual theatre, dance, and opera awards got a refreshing venue change but kept their roots intact.
Torontoist was at the now infamous foodie event after the cheese hit the grill, but before the shit hit the fan.
The team responsible for Finding Bessarion is back, and bringing new explorations to YouTube and Bell Local.
Wind chill got you down? Find refuge beside a fire at any of these fine drinking establishments.
Nominated for: ruining homes, belongings, holidays, and peace of mind.
Don't let carollers have all the fun—go and see one of the many holiday performances on this month in Toronto.
Ten appropriately spooky Toronto theatrical productions to check out this Halloween season. (And none of them are Rocky Horror.)
On Toronto streets, a taxi cab is never far out of sight. But try spotting a woman in the driver's seat. Torontoist spoke to two women who make their living behind the wheel.
Now that we've all caught up on sleep, some thoughts on Nuit Blanche 2013.
Could the Lovebot be Toronto's next cultural icon? That's the goal of its creator, Matthew Del Degan.
Our theatre picks for the upcoming season.
Director Bruce McDonald shows his gentler side in this unconventional family drama.
TIFF not to your taste? Here's how to avoid anything festival-related, without all the FOMO.
In a fantasy version of Toronto, there are Orcs living in Yorkville and Gnomes living in the Junction.