Archive for 'Kyle Bachan'
During a wide-ranging talk and interview, Hillary Clinton charmed a Toronto audience of thousands.
This weekend: a bike show rolls into town, create your own game at the annual Board Game Jam, a tribute to Nijinsky, and more.
Today: a panel on censorship, a play that explores womanhood, and a show by The Deer Tracks.
This weekend: check out a Tibetan food festival, Jack Layton Way opens, watch the Oscars at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, and more.
In this Urban Planner: Egg Zeppelin celebrates three years, the Drake Hotel turns nine, and music and dance come together in dramatic fashion.
This weekend, the Wavelength Music Festival turns 13, check out the first Toronto Black Film Festival, a chance to interact with many grassroots groups all in one place, and more.
Today, an arousing art gallery opens up, a cabaret for Valentine's Day, a free classical music concert, and a play on love and time machines has its world premiere.
This weekend: join the countdown to Chinese New Year, start Valentine's Day early at an erotic fair, get your groove on at a Bob Marley tribute show, and more.
Today: Susan Hobbs Gallery turns 20, a feminist comedy night, and an art show tries to redefine sex.
This weekend: grab your best mug for the Toronto Tea Festival, Toronto Roller Derby returns, find out where to spend your Superbowl Sunday, and more.
In today's Urban Planner: a panel tackles innovation in journalism, a new art exhibition from Andy Kittmer, and a silent auction to benefit Syrian refugees.
This weekend: Come Up to My Room returns, a poetry concert brings female talent, Hudson the polar bear says goodbye, the Idle No More movement gets a theatrical adaptation, and more.
Today: an art exhibition explores environmental issues, Bob Wiseman releases his new record, and a book launch talks about the invention of Toronto.
This weekend: a dance festival returns for its 20th year, Toronto Design Offsite Festival hosts a kick-off weekend, Catl. plays a final gig before a hiatus, and more.
In today's Urban Planner: follow the yellow brick road, a reading series highlights "Amazing New Stuff," and Wavelength and Silent Shout team up.
This weekend: a boat show kicks off, celebrate the end of the Mega Quarry, another edition of Monkey Toast, the Next Stage Festival comes to a close, and more.
Today: check out the launch of Grade A Publication, jazz singer Beverly Taft performs a few sets of music, watch Brandon Morrow's famous 17-strike out performance, and The Next Stage Festival continues.
This weekend: a zine party puts sand on the dance floor, Star Wars fan-fiction, a fundraiser against Line 9, a film festival for the best in Canadian cinema, and more.