Not all thrift stores are created equal and Toronto is set to get back one of its best options by the end of the year.
Biggest theatre pet peeve? Lack of funding (and those super crinkly wrappers).
Full disclosure: I haven’t had cable in over ten years, so this is all VERY new to me.
See Comedy Girl Class grads perform their best stuff next Tuesday night at the Comedy Girl Class Recital!
Georgia O’Keeffe chafed at being defined as a “woman artist.”
Each storyteller is given the task of telling their personal story without notes in less than ten minutes and, of course, every story must be true.
The night is filled with empty conversations with no definitive conclusion about anything in particular.
If you’re kicking around the city this summer (and longing for some sweet A/C relief), bring the kiddos to TPL’s Malvern branch for LEGO Club.
Best part of being my current age? I can use it as an excuse to not leave my house.
These events always sell out, so DO NOT WAIT.
“I see with each generation that we’re getting stronger.”
Traditional and contemporary music, dance, theatre, storytelling, visual arts, crafts and food – a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about Indigenous cultures and their rich heritage.
We’ve rounded up the best events happening in Toronto this week!
This season is rife with ageism, sexism and racist micro-aggressions that look poised to escalate.
Luminato Festival comes to a close this weekend, but not before giving itself a proper send-off.