Here’s our next batch of opportunities to enjoy the diversity in our city. Most are free or almost free. Ruth. Africa. Habari Africa. Friday,
I’ve been thinking lately. Are any of our cultural groups working together with other groups on Climate Change? Or are any just concerned about
It’s Aboriginal History Month with lots of related events like pow wows, lacrosse, music, theatre, food. But we can do more than enjoy our
Share the excitement of a First Nations bingo. Sample our diverse Black cuisine. Attend a concert with South-African-Mexican influenced music. Support the efforts of
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.
Don’t let the cold and ice storms stop you from exploring the world in Toronto. Just be aware that some events could get cancelled.
Here’s your opportunity to experience Africa, Maroons, and a famous Muslim comic from the U.S. Do you know what Maroons are? With Black History
Here’s this week’s list of mostly free or almost-free events in our culturally-diverse city. Something for everyone: a Martin Luther King Jr. concert; Estonian
As we get closer to Christmas, Toronto is bursting full with many festivals, musical concerts and parties. December 21 is the winter solstice. The
As usual, the world is in Toronto this week with lots to do, much of it free of charge including a play set in