Get ready for exotic costumes, bananas, and a whole lot of ass shaking. For those of you who don’t about Josephine Baker, she was one cool lady ahead of her time. And Decidedly Jazz Dance’s Year of the Horse is...
Have you been feeling like there’s a void in your life? Need a hobby outside of the 9 to 5? Well, if starting a family and taking up racquetball don't seem to be finding their way onto your current ‘to-do’ list, then we have a cool solution for you: support the arts
It just got easier to drag your culturally challenged significant other to the symphony. Far from “stuffy symphony,” The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is back with its Principal Pops series of concerts. And it kicks off with – wait for it – The Best of the Beatles. Do we have your attention yet?
It doesn’t matter if they say 'zee' to our 'zed' or 'soda' to our 'pop' – America vs. Canada only matters when we face off at centre ice. So here are five things happening south of the border that need to come to Toronto – ASAP
The 2014 Art Battle National Championships are next Saturday, July 26th, where Canada’s top 20 painters will compete for the title of Art Battle Champion. We caught up with last year’s National Champion, Yared Nigussu, to hear his thoughts on Toronto, art and how he prepares to compete
Photographer, designer, videographer, visual director, brand manager, all-around artist – no matter the title you apply, CreationsOfLA's creative work is an inspiration for others in a crowd of other creators. Even Snoop Dogg will vouch for that
Another festival is about to take over Toronto. Starting today, July 2nd, The Toronto Fringe Festival, the city’s largest theatre festival, will be invading venues, bars, and the Honest Ed’s alleyway with more than 155 productions
Sled Island 2014 just wrapped up and we wanted to take a moment to review all the fantastic things that happened over the last week. If we reviewed all the best shows of Sled 2014, you’d be busy reading until 2015. So instead, we’ve picked a short list of top-notch talent
Any party that greets guests with candy on arrival is off to a good start in our books, especially when every other edible (aside from the cheese and cured meat stations) seemed wrapped in gluten or involved an incredibly difficult to eat chicken wing. But the food is beside the point. Thursday’s Power Ball was, as always, a notable party
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to run away and join the circus? We definitely did when Odysseo’s choreographer Darren Charles invited us out to spend an afternoon under the big top. We got to take an exciting behind-the-scenes look and meet the horses, cast and crew involved in one of the most exciting productions on tour right now