Diwali in Little India yesterday was annoying. The performances were supposed to start at 2pm but they didn’t get going until 2:45. In
Major events this weekend are the Reel Asian International Film Festival, Diwali and Remembrance Day. But there are other gems as well for
This is a weekend of Armenian and Brazilian films, not free, alas. Details like links, addresses, times and schedules for these events are
The following events are free except where indicated. Where food is available, you might have to pay extra for it. We’re starting our
On summer Thursday lunch hours, free live music inspired by many of Toronto’s cultures accompanies sample dishes from some of our ethnic restaurants.
Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. 12-5pm. Some buildings close earlier. Over 135 buildings in the GTA are open to the public
Sandra McCallum recently went with Ruth to a festival at Sri Ayyappan Hindu Temple in Scarborough. She writes: As we entered the temple,
From now until the end of April, multicultural Toronto will be celebrating Orthodox Easter, and the Sikh’s Khalsa Day Parade. Passover continues until April
On Wednesday March 7 or Thursday, March 8, Toronto Hindus will be celebrating the festival of Holi, Gaura Purnima. It is a religious festival.
Should you go to Little India this weekend? I’ve been at festivals twice now at Gerrard and Coxwell and they can be fun.