The Brewery Market returns to the Evergreen Brickworks with a special Canada Day edition of their Brewer’s Backyard series. The Capital Mash-Up will feature collaborative concoctions from a half dozen different breweries: Toronto’s Indie Alehouse and Ottawa’s Beyond the Pale; Toronto’s Great Lakes and Casselman, ON’s Cassel; and Toronto’s Amsterdam Brewery with Ottawa’s Broadhead. There’ll […]
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Many of the public spaces in Toronto are featuring programming all afternoon and evening for Canada Day, with lots of family friendly activities. Harbourfront Centre has the most packed into the day, with their Lakeview Market beginning at 10:30 a.m. and running all day, and music acts like The Big Sound and Delhi 2 Dublin, […]
There almost wasn’t a Trans March for Toronto’s 2013 Pride Week. Back in April, the City refused to grant Pride Toronto a full parade permit for the planned march. But community pressure has resulted in the Trans March being put back on the official schedule, with a “protest” permit that differs only slightly from the […]
Red One Collective and their friends at The Storefront Theatre are big fans of the early TV work of Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd, Andy Kaufman, Danny DeVito, et al, obviously. Because they’re performing an episode of TAXI Classics Live with members of the theatre company. Dave Tompa, Dayle MacLeod, and David Reale will play the […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. Indigo is thinking about opening some stores in other countries, but not necessarily to sell books. According to the Globe, general merchandise “such as pillows and picture frames” now makes up about 22 per cent of the company’s […]
The City is launching an advocacy campaign aimed at convincing its provincial and federal counterparts to ante up on funding for a staggering $750 million repair backlog at Toronto’s social-housing provider, the Toronto Community Housing Corporation. Monday afternoon, Councillor Ana Bailão (Ward 18, Davenport) held a press conference to launch the program, called “Closing the […]
“Life on the Grid” City of Toronto Archives (255 Spadina Road) June 27, 2013 to May 2014 FREE The upper crust out for a stroll. Punks resting on a store step. An office worker scanning the day’s news. Sidewalk vendors and performers plying their trades. Children selling produce. The daily routines of Torontonians captured in […]
Monday night’s 34th-annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Toronto theatre were, as Toronto Alliance for Performing Arts Executive Director Jacoba Knaapen said towards the end, “the fastest ceremony in the last eighteen years.” It may have been that the organizers wanted to keep things succinct, or it may just have been that the ceremony was […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. You may be aware that the Toronto Blue Jays, despite a horrendous early season, are now riding an 11-game winning streak. Above, a video, apparently shot and posted to Instagram by Jose Bautista, shows shortstop Munenori Kawasaki charmingly […]
WHERE: City Hall podium WHEN: June 24, 12:15 p.m. WHAT: “We know our work is not done yet,” said Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27, Toronto Centre-Rosedale), to the several hundred community members who gathered to mark Pride 2013 with the annual raising of the rainbow flag at City Hall. There were teachers dressed as glittery fruits […]
Gather around the porch, have a beer, and turn on the radio, because it’s time for another installment of the Rob and Doug Ford radio extravaganza. This time, they’ll hate on streetcars, the provincial Liberals, and a whole lot of city councillors. So, it’s a normal week. Read on for the full recap.
As part of the Toronto Pride Week festivities, the Annual Dyke March will be making its return ahead of Sunday’s Pride Parade. This march offers a voice for women and trans people to come out and take over the Toronto streets. Following the march, there will be a rally in Allan Gardens at 3 p.m. […]
There are only so many can’t-miss Toronto events each year, and the Beaches International Jazz Festival is certainly one of them. This year’s fest features a whirlwind of acts and musical genres mixed together along Queen Street East (and then you can head down to the boardwalk for more summer fun). Click here for the […]
The Annual Corso Italia Festival returns for a 15th year. This multicultural festival features food, live entertainment (including busker-style entertainers and musical acts), art, rides, and a sidewalk sale. Fun for the whole family! It takes place along St. Clair Avenue West between Dufferin Street and Lansdowne Avenue.
If you like free things (and who doesn’t really?) then you might want to calendar in the latest edition of the Really Really Free Market West Toronto. In stark contrast to traditional economic models, this market offers a chance for people to share goods, ideas, and skills with one another as well as get to […]
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto. At rep cinemas this week: Jacques Demy’s gorgeous pop musical, the quintessential comic blockbuster of the 1980s, and a curious take on cancer.
“I can’t imagine a world in which I was born gay and wasn’t completely proud, to the point of arrogance. It’s like you are the REAL chosen people. You’re smarter, funnier, warmer, kinder, more capable of emotional intelligence, more stylish, and just straight-up more incredible than anybody else on this planet.” That’s how Julie Klausner […]
WHERE: Harbourfront Centre WHEN: Thursday, June 20 WHAT: A decade after the federal government first announced the project, a pair of new public spaces have finally arrived at Harbourfront Centre, on a site formerly used as a parking lot. Canada Square (top) and Ontario Square (bottom), as the two adjacent areas are known, were built […]