Posts Filed Under: Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
Miranda July's talk on Friday was a kind of performance art. Whether that is good or bad depends on how you feel about her.
Taking axe-throwing from a backyard sport to an international business.
Taking on feminist issues for the younger crowd.
Brothers turn Bellwoods beer bottles into works of art.
Suit alleges "excessive and unreasonable force” and "high-handed, shocking" conduct in last summer's shooting of an 18-year-old TTC passenger.
Voice of the Rogers Centre talks voice-over work, his favourite players to announce, and what happens when a crowd turns ugly.
In this Weekend Planner: the AGO's Ai Weiwei exhibition closes, Torontonians gather for yet another Night of Dread, and the Toronto Poetry Slam returns.
Are what we call "disabilities" really just consequences of bad design work? That's what Jutta Treviranus teaches her students at OCADU.
We visit The Coop Ink, where Don Cherry gets his suits.
Ai Weiwei's contribution to Nuit Blanche 2013 has arrived, but some assembly is required.
Journalists Chrystia Freeland and Linda McQuaig will run against each other in the upcoming Toronto Centre by-election.
Famed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei made a virtual appearance at this month's First Thursdays event at the AGO.
In this Weekend Planner: FIGMENT takes over Olympic Island, the AGO's Ai Weiwei exhibit opens, and zombies wash your car.
A protest in memory of Sammy Yatim became a general airing of grievances against police.
Board chair Alok Mukherjee "calling for strong and immediate action" to address how police handle cases involving people with mental health issues.
André Marin will look at how police are trained to de-escalate conflict situations in the province.
Once the site of a devastating fire, 200 Wellesley Street East will soon feature the tallest mural in the city—and possibly the world.