India is a kaleidoscope of a country with 14 official languages and four major religions. Luckily, this dizzying diversity has been transplanted to thriving neighbourhoods in Toronto.
We know that Lake Ontario is slow to warm in the spring, but the heat and pea soup humidity around here drove us to the beach. The dip was exhilarating!
A church site is always filled with religious symbols, and it is strange to see this non-Christian anomaly on their land. But that is a part of the point – it is not their land. Embedding a Native cultural symbol in the actual land is a very concrete recognition of this state of affairs.
Mending was once a part of everyday life. At the Mending Lounge local artists will explore mending through experimentation, innovation and signature styles in this pop-up public event that takes a participatory approach as it aims to bring attention to a fading practice.
Artists abound along St. Clair W and local café Stella’s Lunchbox is fast becoming a new art hub.
Who and what does it take to protect the trees and turn a trash-strewn laneway into a tiny community garden and social space?
Why would anyone leave a dilapidated little hut attached to a beautifully renovated modern house in mid-town Toronto? We speculate.
Experience the great references of literature in your own backyard while you grow a sunflower house. Here’s how you can do both.