Archive for 'Jaime Woo'
A new brewery on Ossington Avenue raises the bar for local beers.
Seen Reading, based on the blog of the same name, is a collection of micro-fiction that captures the imaginary world created by readers while in transit with their books.
Zent and Worth shine at FAT—and signal that the festival is growing up, in a good way.
AGO's annual fundraiser promised the future and failed to deliver.
Ford's refusal to attend the Pride Parade is the start of an annual running joke, and a symptom of a broader problem.
Philip Sparks' new store is a master class in building a brand.
Popular Vietnamese sandwich shop Banh Mi Boys returns with new food and a new look.
Toronto Fashion Week comes back to the core with a dizzying array of talent, both inside and outside the tents.
Local activist and artist Will Munro is remembered in a meaningful exhibition of his work at the Art Gallery of York University.
ACT creates a new support group to help men wanting to pull back on their drug use during sexual activities.
First a Twitter account, then a web series, then debates about what it all means. The anatomy of a controversy.
Nominated for: bringing new life to independent cinema in Toronto.
Game culture is working on inclusivity and gender equality, to the benefit of the games it's producing.
The future of the past: how we can salvage the apartment towers we once built in abundance but now often ignore.
Nominated for: resorting to divisions in the name of conservatism.
Twenty-five years ago, the Ontario Human Rights code was extended to provide protection based on sexual orientation.
The award-winning first phase of the West Toronto Railpath has us impatiently waiting for the results of the phase two feasibility study.
This two-day conference brings together community and political leaders, public servants, and other key individuals to share ideas on encouraging diversity in Canada's policy process.