Margaret H. Willison talks books recommendations, TV, and what it’s like to work in a library.
For reasons unknown, whenever we try and get out of plans, we become the world’s greatest storytellers.
There’s a lot to do at Toronto Tech Week, even if you aren’t well-versed in the latest buzzwords.
Join us on July 27th from 7pm to 8pm EST to chat about all things summer entertaining and win prizes valued at over $350!
As neo-burlesque becomes more mainstream, we need to make sure we don’t lose the roots of it, that glorious energy that’s punk rock, sex positive, queer and accepting of diverse body shapes and sizes.
They not only deliver your K-cups (or Tassimos), they pick them up and recycle them FOR you.
Summer is here, and with it has arrived the annual Greek chorus of children draping themselves on your furniture and wailing, “I’m boooooooored.”
#9: Instead of using dating websites, make endless lists of reasons you are not getting laid.
I won’t be manipulated into going broke by the notion that we can’t put a price on our special day. What’s special about going into debt?
My grandmother teaches me her recipe for wontons and we prepare and serve them to the audience.
“SLEEP! It’s not a waste of time! It’s crucial to the healthy functioning of your brain and body and will actually better serve you and all the things you want to do!”
The Toronto Public Library just made great film more accessible by acquiring the streaming rights to over 350 Criterion Collection feature films and documentaries.
Expect the best mix of independent vendors (including Lajoie, Among The Pines, Points and Places, Renegades Toronto, Li & Mi & SO MANY MORE) paired with fine food, drinks & music.
What are you doing Tuesday July 26th? We suggest you cancel your plans to check out a free screening of political science fiction classic Born in Flames.
They’re looking for YOU to submit your unique ideas of giftable Canadiana souvenirs, ranging from home goods, to art + décor, apparel, accessories, toys, games + more!