The 2014 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival is currently in full-swing. The city is now packed with some of the funniest comedy writers and performers from all over the continent. Amongst these great troupes is a group of fierce, funny and fucking awesome women who spend their time cracking up audiences literally the world over. I spoke… Read More »
Events & Culture
This month, the Goethe Institut presents GOETHE FILMS series at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Whether you’re interested in exploring the streets of modern-day Berlin or want to visit different periods in German history, this mini film fest will give you terrific insight into life in Germany. Kuhle Wampe (Dudow & Brecht), Life Is All You Get (Becker & Tykwer) and… Read More »
Walking outside, it can feel like George R. R. Martin’s predictions have finally come true: Winter is here, and it’s not leaving. That statement isn’t entirely true, of course, but this season has been a rough one. We all need a little reminder that, one day soon, we’ll be able to go outside with our… Read More »
Toronto Hit List: All My Friends, Evening Standard, Hello Brooklyn, Business Woman’s Special & more!
March 7th-16th The Vagina Monologues Meets The F Word @ Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St. “360 Productions is bringing The Vagina Monologues Meets The F Word to the Toronto stage in celebration of International Women’s Day 2014. The F Word, an Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award Nominated play is written by Telly Award… Read More »
ROM PROM, hosted by ROM’s Young Patrons Circle, remains our favourite gala to usher in Spring. And we’re extra excited for this year’s alluring and provocative theme: Forbidden City. A naughty night at the museum? Yes please. We can’t wait. Inspired by the centennial exhibition, this unforgettable evening (with 1000+ guests!) promises a sumptuous Dim-Sum… Read More »
As buzz for the Academy Awards reached its usual fever pitch this weekend, The Representation Project urged movie fans on Twitter to use their hashtag #AskHerMore in response to red carpet hosts who focus solely on actresses’ clothing and not their work. I can understand why this would seem like a good idea. I too… Read More »