Here is our compendium of all things worth doing in Toronto this month. We have you covered culturally with everything from standup comedy to opera.
The obvious choice for the weekend is to head out to Nuit Blanche. Taking place as night falls on Saturday, there will be art and photography exhibits set up across the city. Take a stroll through the city equipped with a coat and gloves and try to hit up as many as you can.
In time for the release of the new documentary Listen to Me Marlon, TIFF is doing a short revival run of some of "the great American actor's" noted performances. Also, Hausu is playing at The Revue and Psycho will be at The Royal later next week.
The return of a haunting production and a twisted holiday special are just two shows that have us ready to hit the aisles
Torontonian Nicole Arbour’s online rant about overweight people landed her an appearance on TV show ‘The View’.
The plight of the much-maligned Gardiner Expressway has given rise to thoughts of converting our own cement block behemoth to a linear park snaking its way through town. At a Sept. 21 meeting of Toronto City Council’s executive committee, an idea for a linear park was pitched by architecture firm Brook McIlroy along with a slew of options for reconfiguring the Gardiner in the years to come.
Actress Italia Ricci on growing up in Richmond Hill, her hit tv series, and being engaged to a superhero
Italia Ricci has lived a lot of ups and downs onscreen as her character April in the ABC Family drama Chasing Life, which has just finished airing its second season.
The Blue Jays are the best hitting team in the Major Leagues but can they match up against the vaunted 1993 World Series–winning lineup? We hope so.
Iconic Canadian wordsmith and longtime Annex resident, Margaret Atwood, is offering us another peek at our possible destiny in The Heart Goes Last, which officially hits the shelves on September 29.
Toronto’s all night art fest blasts into town this Saturday October 3rd. Billed as an “all night contemporary art event,” this annual festival runs from 7pm to 7am. This year marks the 10th anniversary, and over 100 art installations and exhibitions will be featured.