Archive for 'Mark Mann'
A brightly lit city is like a black hole for night-travelling birds. None can escape its gravitational pull.
Just because you don't see water doesn't mean it's not there.
Developers must prove to the City their buildings still let the sun shine.
Worthwhile public art doesn't always have to be uplifiting, and the Union Station stained glass is a great example.
A community pool turns into the city's best fishing hole.
Supporters say landlord licensing would create more accountability for tenants, but critics argue the regulation would be unwieldy and costly.
We look at a case study where tenants say complaints are routinely ignored by their landlord, and whether new efforts by the City can change the system for the better.
The National Ballet's Cheshire Cat is 25 feet long, takes eight people to manipulate, and is as mischievous as ever.
Food on Film promises another joint venture between moviegoers and meal-makers.
At his lecture on Monday, Art Spiegelman traced the graphic history of free speech from Mad Magazine to the Charlie Hebdo slayings.
Toronto's Lemon Bucket Orkestra brings the 2014 Ukrainian revolution vividly to life in new immersive play, Counting Sheep.
A look at some of the actors, artists, activists, and public figures who will be making news in 2015.
Nominated for: spontaneously giving our former mayor a piece of his mind.
Nominated for: taking away many of our favourite places, and proving that convenience beats character and charm.
It's not too late to get your fill of festive cheer.
Members of the community share their memories as part of the neighbourhood's revitalization.