Posts Filed Under: Royal Ontario Museum
The second season of Hannibal continued to break boundaries and look awesome as it made its way around the GTA.
The museum announces plans for renovations to its entrance and Bloor Street frontage.
One hundred years ago today, the museum opened its doors.
ROM exhibit invites you to step inside the world of imperial China.
First episode of a new TV series about the Royal Ontario Museum explores how its specialists identify counterfeit artifacts.
Everybody's favourite female assassin goes globe-trotting while hardly leaving the borders of our fair city.
A much-loved TV series comes to town, but only for its first episode.
Scientists with the Royal Ontario Museum have identified and named a new species of dinosaur.
The Royal Ontario Museum gave local software developers three days to whip up history-themed video games.
To mark its centennial year, the Royal Ontario Museum looks to imperial China.
Chapman and Oxley's architectural impact on Toronto.
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.