Posts Filed Under: Royal Ontario Museum
Acrotholus audeti is believed to have lived in Alberta about 85 million years ago. Now, it's on display at the ROM.
Toronto gets its own anthology film. It's beautiful, bland, and busting at the seams with Torontoness.
The truth behind a Lake Ontario whale vertebra is not what you've been told.
In today's Urban Planner: Talking space rocks at ROMCafé, a discussion with people nominated for the Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, and The Pillowman premieres at The Propeller Gallery.
Artists F.H. Varley and T.M. Shortt spend a summer in the Arctic.
Filmmaker Andrée Cazabon brings her latest documentary to the ROM for a screening and discussion about issues facing children on First Nations reserves.
In today's Urban Planner: The Chilean Wine Festival, Dani and Sageev Oore perform their Radical Cycle, and Cinema Politica takes a look at mining with The Hole Story.
The work of costume designer Brian Mac Farlane highlights the museum's exhibit on the Caribbean celebration.
Has the United States yearned for the Great White North since the War of 1812?
A sneak preview at the ROM's upcoming dinosaur exhibit.
New venues and tasty treats mark the 45th anniversary of the festival previously known as Caribana.
The Royal Ontario Museum brought artists and scientists together for an evening of free-flowing discussion.
Happening tonight: A Great and Fabulous Display of Realness, the Toronto Underground Cinema turns two years old; and multiple late-night dance parties.
The 1976 discovery of a unique fossil below west-end Bloor Street tells us that an extinct and little-known deer once called Toronto home.
Throughout the world, the Pleistocene epoch was known for its giant mammals. Toronto was no exception.
All manner of fantastical creature populated the Earth for 450 million years between the mid-Paleozoic and late-Cenozoic eras. Unfortunately, placing any of them in Toronto is simply impossible.
A brave creature crawls across a primeval seafloor that will one day be Toronto.
As new fossils continue to turn up in previously underexplored places, the ROM prepares for a summer showcase of the Southern Hemisphere's most awe-inspiring dinos.