My first choices for this period are China’s Ai Weiwei’s new exhibition and France’s impressionist painters’ industrial landscapes – beauty even in coal smoke.
Here are just a few of the free events this weekend reflective of our culturally-diverse city. Heritage backgrounds and origins include England, Ethiopia, Hispanic,
Ruth writes: I took one of Heritage Toronto’s walking tours recently, the one about Koreatown. I have walked frequently on my own along Bloor
I spent four hours, yes, four hours, at Chinatown Centre on Spadina on February 10. The band from HMC Ship York started the
If you’ve already done lion dances, kung fu demonstrations, and cute kids dancing in cute costumes and you have a limited budget – is
On summer Thursday lunch hours, free live music inspired by many of Toronto’s cultures accompanies sample dishes from some of our ethnic restaurants.
For people interested in free or nearly free events that showcase Toronto’s amazing diversity, this weekend is another treasure-trove. Italian Heritage Month continues
January 23 this year is the first day of the Chinese New Year but the celebrating has already started. A lot more
Which Chinese New Year’s celebration is meant for you? Let me know if you’re doing something interesting. If you have small children, the public
Why a web-site with a calendar of ethnic festivals in Toronto? And why restrict it to free or almost free events? Why include Halloween