Most New Year’s parties and events are outside our price range. Here are a few affordable and interesting events that reflect Toronto’s cultural diversity.
It’s not easy taking pictures for you in some “ethnic” supermarkets. Sometimes I get permission from management, but frequently I can’t – not even
Ruth writes: No kidding. I chose to go to this festival in early August because it advertised “Special Community Tents (Chinese, Persian, Korean, Russian,…)”.
I was excited when I heard that daughter Linda had visited the South-Western Bathhouse in exotic Etobicoke. Although a bath at $30 costs more
From Maggie on Orthodox Holy Saturday My friend told me there will be a parade on Henry St – can you confirm the details?
Lucky Tatar children. Three Santa Clauses showed up to give them gifts at the Tatar Old New Year party this past weekend. Of course
Beautiful music, meaningful liturgy, exquisite vestments, candles and incense make a visit worthwhile to an Orthodox church during the Feast of the Nativity this
Thursday, August 30 At noon-time, diners at Nathan Phillips Square will hear West African-inspired music by Afrafanto and the Tich Maredza Band for
Who has the time to see 75 acts and 200 world-class performers of Jewish music? Who has time to choose from six days
Where is Tatarstan? How many Tatars live in Toronto? Why did they come? What language do they speak? What are their national games? Do