Music and stories from Africa, a Jewish concert and Shabbat ceremony, and medieval music at Toronto’s Public Labyrinth spring equinox walk. Our annual Francophone
“Toronto residents can pay their respects to the New Zealand victims at a vigil planned tonight at Nathan Phillips Square beginning at 6 p.m.
Several important events originating in other parts of the world are celebrated in Toronto this month. Except for the pow wow, they won’t be
Unfortunately for us, tickets for the papal event are no longer available. It is important to know about it though, because His Holiness Pope
Ruth writes: On July 6, 1935, the Dalai Lama, the religious head of Tibetan Buddhism, was born. His birthday is celebrated throughout the Tibetan
Ruth writes: Someone asked me the other day if I went to all the festivals in Toronto. Yikes! I once counted one year’s worth
Emmanuel Gallant writes: I just returned from my vacation in Florida when I heard about the festival “Island Soul” at Harbourfront Centre. The
Emmanuel Gallant writes: To complement Ruth’s post, “395. Filipino, Justin Trudeau, Indian, & Orange Parades 2013”, here are my impressions
With three parades slated last Saturday for Yonge Street each starting nearby at 11am, I wondered what would happen if they collided.
Emmanuel Gallant shares his images and experiences at a major annual art exhibition, part of Italian Heritage Month. Early this month, I attended the