“…we need to make 8 gallons of bug juice by snack hour; do you know where the powder packets are?” If you’ve ever been to camp, or if you’ve ever seen Wet Hot American Summer, you’re probably getting a bit of...
Summer 2015 keeps looking better and better in Toronto. Aside from the amazing music festivals and the Pan Am Games, the city is dishing up some nostalgic water-filled fun. Case in point: a massive water gun fight at Yonge-Dundas Square
A tropical heat wave will be invading our city this summer packed with world-renowned artists, spicy culinary creation,s and a Trinidadian street festival that might just go down in history. Welcome to A Taste of the Caribbean Food, Music and Arts Festival
The temperature is slowly rising, which means it's your personal duty to spend as much time outside as possible. And by outside we mean on patios with the sun in our faces. Preferably with food and drinks
We can’t wait until the sun starts basking on our faces again and patio hopping becomes part of our weekly agenda. Speaking of patios, Montreal is full of them. From spots that have been around for years to newcomers that have crated major buzz with the chic and the cool, here are 21 patios we are looking forward to this summer
Now that we’re well into March, we can start fantasizing about patio season. Or perhaps more accurately, we HAVE to start fantasizing about patio season (especially after a February like that). Here are some Toronto patios about which you should be getting particularly excited
It’s official: 2015 is the summer that will put Toronto on the radar when it comes to music festivals. The latest player on Toronto’s festival scene is Bestival, straight from the UK. It’s set to take over Hanlan’s Point Beach June 12th and 13th
Toronto’s arts and culture scene thrives on pretty much any given night, yet it seems only the “creative set” of young professionals really takes advantage of it. If you’re looking to tap into your inner artsy side, here are 11 ways to do just that