Where do you eat when you’re out in the middle of the night? Vesta Lunch has been a Toronto institution since 1955. The Vesta is a video short by Lucas Gindin and Leib Kopman.
Baking Christmas cookies is serious business in Italian home kitchens. When a regional recipe is published with controversial ingredients, it causes a stir.
So long darkness, hello sunshine. For 25 years Torontonians have congregated in Kensington Market to ignite the darkness of the longest night.
Two movies that are worth leaving the house for. Rosewater and CitizenFour are engrossing and moving; they add context and nuance to the nightly news and our daily lives.
Created in exotic, even fairytale, shapes these churches contrast with the mercilessly functional buildings of many North American cities. They are fabulous gems set down, as if by an archangel’s hand, in the great urban sameness.
Killarney Provincial Park is the only park in the world founded by artists. Only four-and-a-half hours from Toronto, its pristine state is awe-inspiring.
Florence is a woman whose legacy is evident all over the Regal Heights community. A resident since the ’60s, she has been working hard to make the neighbourhood more welcoming and more beautiful.
The newly-opened museum is now a reality that likely surpasses the vision of its creators. The stunning building is the only museum in North America devoted to Islamic art.