Rare is the class of performer that a) has the established songbook of hits to hold a crowd's attention, b) boasts the experience to deliver a polished live show and c) maintains a boundless energy decades into their legendary rock career.
Marry Me a Little is not a Stephen Sondheim musical; it is a two-person show, without dialogue, of songs that were dropped from other Sondheim musicals and then herded together in 1980 by playwright Craig Lucas and director Norman René. The new Tarragon version has been reconfigured by director Adam Brazier and musical director Paul Sportelli with a modified order and selection of songs.
St. Clair’s Pukka puts delightful new spins on classic Indian fare.
Canon Blanc is Toronto's answer to elegant and approachable Parisian style. Started in 2012 by French expat couple Caroline Phely and Matéo Masquelier, the shop settled on the popular West Queen West strip before opening up an online store.
Weekly restaurant recap rounds up the week’s Toronto restaurant news. In this edition: a new steakhouse is set to land in Casa Loma, Patachou and a prominent Petite Thuet location close their doors, a vegetarian restaurant (with booze) opens on Queen West, and Greek food arrives on King Street.