The Stop’s Night Market fundraiser: Come hell and high water

The Stop Community Food Centre’s annual Night Market fundraiser proceeded despite a torrential downpour in Toronto. 45 vendors served up delicious food and drink in the Honest Ed’s back alley to raise money for the… Continue reading

World Naked Bike Ride: Putting the fun between their legs

Hundreds of cyclists put the ‘fun between their legs’ for the 10th annual World Naked Bike Ride. Unsuspecting pedestrians and motorists were a little more than surprised to see the naked rolling spectacle… Continue reading

Bike to Work Day kicks off Bike Month in Toronto

Cyclists in the city kicked off Bike Month this morning with the annual Bike to Work commute. Biking commuters came from all areas of the city to converge on Yonge and Bloor and… Continue reading

Doors Open Toronto: TTC’s Russell Carhouse & University of Toronto’s Knox College

It’s my favourite time of year when over 150 locations across Toronto throw open their doors to the  curious masses for Doors Open Toronto. Behind the scenes tours are given through buildings of architectural,… Continue reading

Smoking and protesting at the Global Marijuana March

Intermittent rain showers couldn’t hold back the tide of thousands of soggy pot smokers at this year’s Global Marijuana March. The weather only slightly diminished the number of pot activists who held the… Continue reading

Toronto’s May Day of Action

Toronto‘s annual May Day rally on May 1st to celebrate International Worker’s Day, marched from Allen Gardens to take over the intersection of Yonge and College Streets. Participating groups included No One is Illegal,… Continue reading

Up in smoke at the annual 420 rally

Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square was a pot smoker’s paradise for the 8th annual 420 rally. Marijuana activists and recreational users hot boxed the downtown locale under the watchful eye of Bong Man and a… Continue reading

Smoking and hanging at Vapor Central

A cloud emanates from the second floor window of Vapor Central at Yonge and Charles Streets. Inside the Hash Mob are prepping for what will be the biggest 420 Toronto celebration yet. Smoke… Continue reading

Medical marijuana crusader Matt Mernagh

Medical marijuana crusader and activist Matt Mernagh lights up for NOW Magazine’s marijuana issue.

The power of Earth Hour

Mood lighting was the order for the evening as Toronto lit candles for Earth Hour. Mill St Brewery in conjunction with over 60 other venues held a Lights Out event featuring acoustic performances… Continue reading

Cold, green and Irish at the St. Patrick’s Day parade

It would have been very easy for St. Patrick to chase the snakes down Yonge Street during a frigid St. Paddy’s Day parade. The freezing cold temperatures didn’t deter the hordes of green… Continue reading

Signing off at Honest Ed’s

It was organized chaos Monday as thousands lined the block around Honest Ed’s with the hope of procuring some of the store’s iconic hand-painted signs. Those brave enough to diligently wait the unending… Continue reading