Every year on the first of November, Sorauren Park becomes a Jack O’ Lantern patch, filled with the neighbourhood’s ghoulish carved pumpkins. Over the past few years, the parade has grown, and now almost 2,000 pumpkins are on display. To add your pumpkin to the parade, just place it on the edge of the path… Read More »
Rookie Yearbook Two launched with a costume party at Magic Pony this weekend, and filmmaker Daniel Goodbaum was there to capture the substance and style. Check out his video below to hear Rookie editor Tavi Gevinson and Toronto-based author Sheila Heti speak at the event.
This past Friday, the ROM kicked off their #FNLROM Friday Night Live series with a serious party and amazing fashion exhibit. Check out our photo gallery of the fashionable partygoers dancing under the dinosaurs.
Halloween is just around the corner, and we’ve compiled a list of spooky theatre and arts events for you to attend! Sure, you could attempt a throwback year of Trick or Treating, shuffling door to door begging for tiny chocolate bars while home owners give you the “Aren’t you a bit old for this?” eye,… Read More »
Listen to this: “Each Hallowe’en radical evangelical groups all over the USA and Canada build hell houses. Beginning in the 70’s, these performer-animated installations showcase a gruesome retribution for the sins of fornication, abortion, suicide, occultism, and— of course—same-sex relationships. This Hallowe’en Toronto artist Allyson Mitchell reclaims this hellish scenario with her crowd-sourced, lesbian-feminist, queer-fear-fighting… Read More »
On Wednesday, Oct. 23rd from 7-9 pm, Bicyclette Boutique (880 Queen St. W.) will be hosting a DIY Floral Arranging workshop with Blush & Bloom, where you’ll learn to work with seasonal plants like kale, celosia, heather, micromums, setaria grass and dianthus. (I only know what two of those are, but based on this poster, I want… Read More »