Posts Filed Under: Kensington Market
What you see in these pictures could become reality on Bathurst Street, if developers get their way.
Kensington Brewing Company is finally getting ready to set up shop in its namesake neighbourhood, after two years in business.
A building at Baldwin Street and Augusta Avenue has become a focal point of anxiety over Kensington Market's future.
Toronto gets its own anthology film. It's beautiful, bland, and busting at the seams with Torontoness.
A new organization plans to dedicate itself to telling the landmark neighbourhood's story.
The owners of a Kensington Market storefront are keeping the old tenant, sort of.
No stranger to development strife, Kensington is getting riled up over a new neighbour's plans.
The Ontario Municipal Board has put the brakes on one proposed development, while another charges ahead full steam.
This weekend: Nuit Blanche returns! Also, the Ryerson Image Centre opens; the Toronto Underground Market has a birthday party; wander Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market; and more.
This year, Toronto finds itself in the midst of a full-blown taco trend, with several purveyors stuffing their tortillas with ingredients far more unique than the usual chicken or beef. Torontoist's multi-part series Tacos of Summer is your guide to some of the best.
Sarah Polley's latest is both shot in Toronto (common) and set in Toronto (rare). We scope out the locations.
Community members gathered last night to express mixed feelings about the ongoing pedestrianization of Kensington Market.
Toronto's best-known stoner lounge is scrambling for a backup plan after learning that its property has been sold to Jimmy's Coffee.
A new restaurant appears poised to introduce Toronto to a type of Caribbean fare this city has seldom tasted before.
Local band gives countrified Clash.
An aging social-housing neighbourhood will receive parks, more inviting streets, and shiny new housing.
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.
French music festival comes to Kensington to celebrate summer and Toronto's joie de vivre.