Archive for 'Chris Dart'
Er Shun and Da Mao, the Toronto Zoo's new pandas, are ready to meet the public.
Participants at Toronto's Global Marijuana March had a fun, peaceful party at Queen's Park. And then half of them forgot to march.
Rich Kidd may still be best known as a producer, but his first full-length as an MC proves he's also an engaging rap storyteller.
Kensington Brewing Company is finally getting ready to set up shop in its namesake neighbourhood, after two years in business.
This year's Khalsa Day celebrations drew a crowd that included vote-seeking politicians and young Sikhs trying to change the menu.
A new exhibit at the Bata Shoe Museum gives sneakers their due.
Apparently "molly grit" is a genre now. This is what it sounds like.
The annual Blessing of the Bicycles is as much about community as it is about religion.
A benefactor from BC helped Toronto's annual 4/20 protest go legit.
As a Juno host, Bublé was better than Shatner, but then that's not saying much.
For better or worse, art wasn't the main attraction at AGO's gold-themed fundraiser.
In search of some room to grow, Epilepsy Toronto's annual fundraiser is moving away from the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood.
The new effort from The Antiheroes has complex hip-hop verses and oddly punk-rock cover art.
The Toronto edition of International Pillow Fight Day brought chaos, hundreds of participants, and a samba band to Nathan Phillips Square.
'60s pop and '70s punk collide on The BB Guns' latest EP.
Why is Canada's oldest multi-venue music festival seen as a weak, sloppy knock-off? We offer six reasons.
Here's what to see tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. (Although honestly, Sunday is kind of a half-day at best.)
Thursday night will feature African-influenced Francophone pop, a food-obsessed rapper, and Korean punks. What more do you need?