Since 2013 the Toronto Black Film Festival has run in February to coincide with Black History Month. This year's iteration runs from Feb. 10 to Feb. 14 and features 44 films from 20 countries.
And what might this have to do with Toronto comedy? Well, for one thing, they won’t be arrested if they spark up outside their favourite club. Comics generally like pot. It’s use is rampant and almost universal in the community. A lot of them feel there’s a link between its use and creativity. Well, at the very least, it does make you giggle.
Lauren Wolanski on learning the ins and outs of show business while branching out to snag a few roles off-campus
As a keen student of theatre and drama studies at Sheridan College’s joint drama program with the University of Toronto Mississauga, the young thespian is learning the ins and outs of show business while branching out to snag a few roles off-campus while she’s at it.
Raina Douris loves her job as afternoon host at Indie88, but lately, she’s learning to love not being at work and how that makes her better when she is there.
When marijuana legalization was enacted south of the border, edible marijuana products presented a bit of a problem.
Psychotherapists Jesse Hanson and Carmen Littlejohn, the duo behind Helix Healthcare Group, share their love story
The 2016 operating budget of the Toronto Police Service fits the Potemkin mould. They say it exists but no one is allowed to see it.
Torontonian starts petition, runs for trustee in effort to protect children from marijuana legalization