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The Rob and Doug Ford Web Show Recap: The War on Trees

Another week, another YouTube show. Rob and Doug Ford are back for another adventure through the internet’s series of tubes, and who knows what this one will bring. Will Rob awkwardly look off screen? Will Doug stare intently into the camera, as if he were a furious cat? Okay, so we know the answer to […]

Public Works: Scooter-Share Promotes Clean, Affordable City Driving

Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. It’s in all those classic European scenes: the dashing couple exits a café and zips into the night on their motorized scooters. These little vehicles are continental, easy to manoeuvre through city […]

Historicist: Listen to Clairtone

Hef had one. Old Blue Eyes promoted them. Units provided decor for iconic films like The Graduate. Top American department stores carried them. For a time in the mid-1960s, the coolest upscale hi-fi equipment in North America was produced by a Toronto firm whose innovative units attracted sound connoisseurs and design mavens alike. Yet, despite […]

Canadian Hip Hop: From the Streets to the Suites

As part of Black History Month, the Toronto Public Library presents a discussion with hip hop author and promoter Dalton Higgins. Canadian Hip Hop: From the Streets to the Suites will take a look at the progression of our country’s urban music scene and touch on the artists who paved the way for artists like […]

Reel Toronto: Nikita – Season 1 (Part One)

Toronto’s extensive work on the silver screen reveals that, while we have the chameleonic ability to look like anywhere from New York City to Moscow, the disguise doesn’t always hold up to scrutiny. Reel Toronto revels in digging up and displaying the films that attempt to mask, hide, or—in rare cases—proudly display our city. Way […]

Wavelength Festival Continues to Experiment

At the risk of making a terrible pun, there is a long-standing series of music events in Toronto that has always been on, well, a different wavelength. Wavelength is Toronto’s longest-running underground concert and festival series, and while it has undergone several permutations and frequency changes over the years, its passion for the innovative, the […]

360 Screening: LOVE

Ever enjoyed a movie so much that you wanted to be in it? 360 Screenings can make that dream a reality. Combining film with live theatre, they allow audiences to get up close and personal with notable movies by re-enacting pivotal scenes, and then follow that with a screening of the film. With Valentine’s Day […]

Pacamambo: A Play About Endings Signals a New Beginning

It’s almost the end of the beginning for Ken Gass’s new company, Canadian Rep Theatre—the Toronto theatre stalwart’s highly anticipated return to the director’s chair after his now-infamous firing from Factory Theatre in 2012—as its inaugural production prepares to close this Sunday. With the establishment of Canadian Rep Theatre, that particular saga has come to […]