Stephanie Avery Oct. 31st, 1:45 pm
This time they're here to stay.
Stephanie Avery Oct. 24th, 9:30 am
A street artist's cautionary tale about growing up.
Stephanie Avery Oct. 17th, 1:30 pm
An artist visiting from Montreal makes his mark on Toronto.
Stephanie Avery Oct. 10th, 9:00 am
We'd like to take a moment to reflect on this graffiti.
Stephanie Avery Oct. 3rd, 10:00 am
Sometimes dreams come true.
Stephanie Avery Sep. 26th, 9:30 am
Doug Ford fur mayor?
Stephanie Avery Sep. 19th, 10:00 am
A visit from some old, familiar friends.
Stephanie Avery Sep. 12th, 11:00 am
Art that rewards the attentive eye.
Stephanie Avery Sep. 5th, 9:30 am
It is a glorious tree.
Stephanie Avery Aug. 15th, 1:45 pm
Surreal landscape is a break with the ordinary.
Stephanie Avery Aug. 8th, 9:10 am
Brock Avenue joins the Mario Kart circuit.
Stephanie Avery Aug. 1st, 10:37 am
Beware what lies beneath big bangs...
Stephanie Avery Jul. 25th, 9:53 am
This week, we're featuring this artist's profile.
Stephanie Avery Jul. 18th, 10:45 am
Let's give this artist a big hand!
Stephanie Avery Jul. 11th, 11:00 am
An urban intervention that examines the dawn of the Don.
Stephanie Avery Jul. 4th, 11:00 am
Nothing says sorry like an anonymous apology.
Stephanie Avery Jun. 27th, 11:04 am
This artist was thinking inside the box.
Stephanie Avery Jun. 20th, 10:58 am
I still don't agree that publishing someones work automatically implies endorsement of their ideas. But hey, it's th… Keep reading
Some would call that an editorial mandate.
I don't like this because it encourages violence.
Wow those are boring time capsule contents. Also, the fun of a time capsule is forgetting what's in it.
The idea that systemic racism has victims but no beneficiaries is a lie we must confront and destroy.
Accusers continue to step forward with allegations of sexual assaults committed by Jian Ghomeshi. His accusers deserve the presumption of innocence just as much as he does.
Toronto's most vulnerable populations, and the quality of our public discourse, are not much better off today than they were under Rob Ford.
Once again, Toronto's representatives don't reflect the population that elected them.
Toronto would be remiss to forget the past four years. A reflection on where to find inspiration in the Ford era, and what we need to do next.