The neighbourhood at Yonge and Sheppard deserves more credit than it gets. In the last few years, the intersection where Willowdale and Lansing meet has become remarkably attuned to T.O.’s contemporary food culture.
The romantic French pastry is popping up in patisseries citywide, including one eclair-only outpost. So we invited the duo behind Petite Thuet, chef Marc Thuet and his wife Biana Zorich, to suss out the city’s best.
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.
The only reason there is a grey area seems to be because everyone knows marijuana legalization is coming, but the country is in a waiting period until the federal government decides how to make good on its legalization campaign promise.
Toronto’s first transitional housing program for LGBTQ2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirited) youth has opened in the Annex. On Feb. 1, the three-storey red-brick building at 21 Walmer Rd. called the YMCA Sprott House will open its doors to LGBTQ2S youth between the ages of 16 and 25.
The fate of the 92-year-old Glebe Manor Lawn Bowling Club has finally been decided, following two years of battles arduously fought by its shareholders, the Davisville community and the local councillor. But some questions surrounding the validity of the sale may remain.
Make sure to go through the camp itinerary and talk to your child about what he or she might expect during the course of the day.Sometimes a half-day camp is more than enough for a younger child and can be a great way to get the child introduced to new activities or hobbies.
A case could be made that Bruce Springsteen is one of the best solo performers in music history. And there would be a lot of Torontonians who might agree, given his long history of electric shows he’s put on in the city over the years.
Infrastructure spending by governments is long overdue, we must ensure that they include longer-lasting green solutions such as planting trees in urban areas for storm water management and other services.
Michelle Watson started Michi after graduating from the Parsons School of Design in New York City. Paired with her flair for fashion is her background in competitive sports, and she realized she was part of an underserved niche of those who mix sports with style.
Just off the main entrance at the Toronto Reference Library is a 2,000-square-foot comic lover’s paradise. Page & Panel, as it’s called, began as a pop-up comic book shop and became a permanent library fixture in March of 2015.