You can’t really blame people for thinking otherwise, but fall, after the long, sweaty, obnoxiously humid interlude of summer, is when the real cool-weather beauty in this city begins.
Post City in the Park: Toronto songwriter Oh Susanna joins us in Edwards Gardens to celebrate the launch of her new album
Toronto singer and songwriter Oh Susanna, a.k.a, Suzie Ungerleider, returns with a new album this fall, dubbed Namedropper, her first since 2011’s Soon the Birds. She plays in town this month.
You've heard the phrase 'Around the world in 80 days?' We've got Toronto for you in 10 clicks. Behold, the week that was:
Blending film technology and live theatre, Helen Lawrence is a Bogartesque tale of murder and intrigue set in 1948 Vancouver, an era of corruption and post-war upheaval in which police “managed” crime rather than fought it.
Take a look at what's happening in your own back yard at the half-way mark of October.
For frontman Gavin Gardiner and the remaining members of the Wooden Sky, the last year has been a lesson in balance and renewed commitment.
A recent phenomenon has been occurring across the city where people have been decorating various poles, signs and other structures with themed art as a way of taking back the public space.
We’ve scoured the online listings (and our Facebook events) for some noteworthy concerts to highlight in the second half of October, with a particular emphasis on bands and causes with a local connection.
A few candidates have dropped out — including Rob Ford, who was replaced by his brother Doug — but the Oct. 27 election looms ever nearer on the horizon. We go beyond the sound bites to find out what makes two of the leading mayoral contenders tick.
Early each week, we take a look at interesting screenings and events that Toronto cinema culture has coming, take a look at some local film events and check out what’s shooting right now in the city.