Celebrate 10 years of Arts & Crafts music with Arts & Crafts: 2003-2013 and a special free song from Broken Social Scene

Legendary Canadian record label Arts & Crafts is celebrating 10 years of awesome releases with Arts & Crafts: 2003-2013. The retrospective compilation album, released earlier this week, is sure to become a staple in collections of many Canadian music fans.  To celebrate the album (which features liner notes by awesome journalist/This Book Is Broken author/rad guy Stuart Berman—SUP STU?!), Broken… Read More »

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Sceneopolis new monthly launches next week with a living room jam. You want tix for this!

What constitutes a great night out for cultured Hogtowners? Maybe you’ll start the night off with a wallet-breaking-but-worth-it dinner on the Ossington strip, then zip down one of the frustratingly inaccessible concert venues to see your favourite band (Sound Academy comes to mind). And perhaps you’ll have your night cap at an exclusive loft party… Read More »

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Toronto Hit List: Bridge + Bardot Vintage Clothing Sale, Rule Britannia, Parkdale’s Then & Now Festival, Grilled Cheese & more!

July 21st-24th Toronto Burlesque Festival @ various locations. This year’s theme, Canadiana-Rama, is focused on showcasing the burlesque talent from the Great White North. Shows will take place at Mitzis Sister, the Gladstone Ballroom and Mod Club. $30-$125 tickets available online or at Hells Belles (463 Queen St. W.). July 23rd-24th Bridge + Bardot Vintage Clothing Sale @ Studio 835,… Read More »

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Toronto Hit List, Feb. 23rd-27th: Family Ties, Can I Kick It?, Dance Armstrong, The Chosen Ones & more!

WEDNESDAY 7 pm Wear2Work Style Showcase @ The Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. W. Premiering her work for the very first time, Sonja Vejin presents Wear2Work – a showcase organized to highlight high fashion work-wear inspired ensembles using second hand clothing. All prize proceeds go towards funding a new non-profit organization for recent female immigrants seeking guidance for… Read More »

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