29 Oct 2022

Hycroft For The Holidays. 2022

For those who like to get an early start on the holiday cheer, the Hycroft Market is an annual tradition. For over forty years, the University Women’s Club has brought the sparkle and mull to General Alexander Duncan Macrae’s 17,000 square foot Edwardian mansion. You’ll be welcomed by local musicians

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23 Oct 2022

Cole Schmidt @ Ironfest III

i. My Name: Cole Schmidt ii. I am a: composer/guitarist/programmer/pizza lover iii. The name, date, and location of our show is: IRONFEST III November 3-5th The Ironworks (235 Alexander st.) . Cole Schmidt. Photo by Craig Sinclair . iv. In describing this show in 3 sentences or less, I’d

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20 Oct 2022

Lam Wong. Ghosts From Underground Love

The hidden passage to a secret land. There is such magic in childhood books that sneak us into vibrant new worlds through the back of a wardrobe, the hollow of a tree, the deep of a puddle. It’s not often that you get that ‘passing through a portal’ feeling as

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18 Oct 2022

Soweto Gospel Choir

‘HOPE. It’s been a long time coming’. That’s a sentiment many can relate to after a jarring few years. It’s also the title of an upcoming concert by the Soweto Gospel Choir at Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Saturday, November 12th. This three-time Grammy Award-winning group came together as South Africa

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13 Oct 2022

Jeffrey Milstein. Autumn

We always look forward to a new exhibit from Jeffrey Milstein, and now we have one: ‘Autumn’, on October 13th to 29th at the Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto. Milstein is back looking down with his camera from light aircraft and helicopters. As we read: ‘Bau-Xi Gallery is pleased to present, Autumn,

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