Posts Filed Under: Kensington Market
Leftist groups, including communists, met at various halls and buildings on Spadina, attracting many radical thinkers.
"The relentless gentrification of Toronto is a major concern."
A local theatre success breaks out in Kensington, while an internationally sourced show breaks conventions to critique theatrical "tourism".
Festivals both big (TIFF) and small (Manifesto); theatre at Second City, and in a shipping container; local lady wrestlers, and a wrestling legend.
"I'm so surprised," said no one ever.
A tribute to Toronto's unofficial mascot.
With mounting development pressures, heritage conservation districts play an increasingly crucial role in preserving the city's historical fabric.
Torontoist presents TVCITY, presenting cinematic views of city life.
The beloved Kensington arts space will be shuttering its doors after its upcoming season.
Revisiting Toronto's original taco craze, when jalapenos were a delicacy.
The King of Kensington gets some Gotham-style vandalism.
Meet the woman who's bringing old-school shoemaking skills back to Toronto, one handmade step at a time.
Despite local opposition, the grocery chain is set to open a 20,000-square-foot location in a new condo development.
After an apparent attack of conscience, the people who took Schmalz's statue of a begging Jesus proceeded to return it.
Kensington Market has a new Jamaican chicken shop to rival anything in the suburbs.
A humble indie film presents the city as its real, beautiful self.
Most breweries import hops from overseas, but a few local craft brewers are looking into an alternative.
Using a Kickstarter-like platform, Friends of Kensington Market is trying to raise money to help quash a developer's designs.