Canoe parking at 18 Kensington Place

I often think to myself that there isn’t enough canoe parking in this city. Advertisements

The El Mocambo awaits it’s fate

The legendary El Mocambo sign hangs over Spadina Avenue on an overcast day. The 65 year old music venue is set to close it’s doors in November after being sold by the current… Continue reading

Graffiti Profile: ELICSER

Widely considered to be one of Toronto‘s most recognized street artists, Jabari Elliott aka Elicser has won numerous ‘Best of Toronto’ accolades from NOW Magazine. It’s near impossible to take a stroll through a graffiti… Continue reading

People’s Climate March in Toronto

Around 3000 people came together at Nathan Phillips Square for the Toronto People’s Climate March. The march organized by Avaaz.org, 350.org Toronto and Greenpeace Canada was held in solidarity with other People’s Climate Marches… Continue reading

The OBGMs cd release rawkus at the Rivoli

According to their facebook page, Toronto punk quartet The OBGMs or Ooohh Baby Gimme Mores are guaranteed to give you a ‘booty shaking, fist pumping’ good time. They didn’t disappoint their mosh pit loving fans at… Continue reading

Free Gaza rally in Toronto across from the Israeli consulate

Pro Palestinian protesters gathered across the street from the Israeli consulate for the All Out For Gaza rally. While members of the Jewish Defense League and Pro Israeli supporters blared music and danced,… Continue reading

Rosa LaBordé and Scott McCord at Citizenry

Coming off a sold out run during Fringe Festival 2014, writer/director Rosa LaBordé remounts her play True starring Scott McCord. The site specific play takes place in a Queen Street West café, in… Continue reading

Theophilus London at Absolut Makerfest

I had no idea what to expect from the innovative tech and music event known as Absolut Makerfest. The Absolut Vodka sponsored festival was free to all those that RSVP’d, still leaving a… Continue reading

Getting bleary-eyed for the Beer Guide

Warm weather hits Toronto and suddenly it’s that part of the year to partake in Canada’s favourite pastime. Well maybe the second favourite pastime next to hockey. I’m talking about sitting on a beautiful patio… Continue reading

Rising up at World Pride in Toronto

LGBTQ communities from around the globe converged on Toronto, host city of World Pride 2014. Toronto is the first North American city to host the international event and this year’s theme was Rise… Continue reading

World Pride Dyke March in Toronto

Lady lovers rejoice! The World Pride Dyke March in Toronto was bigger and more Sapphic than ever. Dykes on Bikes and crochet banners by Craft Action TO, led the way up Yonge Street on… Continue reading

Toronto’s annual Trans March becomes a first for World Pride

Since 2009, Toronto‘s Trans Pride Rally & March has been a community based safe space for Trans identified people and their allies to  congregate, march, celebrate and protest. With the international community coming together… Continue reading