Who Dunit? – Crime at the Cinema

Cozy up with a glass of wine and a compelling, creepy story… in a century old theater in Downtown Toronto. Ted Rogers Cinema, in Toronto’s Annex neighborhood, presents diverse films year round. Their roster offers a multitude of documentaries, cult …

Art On the Toronto Waterfront

Worth Braving the Elements This winter, Toronto will enliven its chilly waterfront with public art installations that encourage new perspectives on the land. The Ice Breakers exhibition, which runs through February 26th will get you nice and friendly with an …

The Village in St. Jacobs

The Village of St. Jacobs is a beloved destination steeped in history and set in a charming location along the Conestoga River. It is a popular location for tourism,due to its Mennonite heritage and retail focus. This small community is …

#Toronto’s #Coolest #Art #Gallery

#visittoday Stop procrastinating. It’s time to start holiday shopping. Get a unique, lasting gift at one of Toronto’s top contemporary art spaces, #Hashtag Gallery. From December 8th to the 23rd, check out the 4th Annual 4’’x4’’… and a Little More …

Toronto’s Best Vinyl

Rotate This, Toronto’s biggest destination for vinyl, just turned twenty-five. Toronto’s leading record store stocks punk, jazz, reggae, indie, and more to meet all of your auditory needs. There are no cooler collectables, really. Rotate This also sells tickets to …

Fine French…Cozy Up with Some Bouillabaisse

Blink and you could miss it. The coffee shop sized Chabrol is one of the city’s hottest restaurants. The bistro serves delectable French cuisine, so if you’ve been craving a fabulous tuna nicoise or crème brulee, look no further. (We …

Scare Yourself Silly at the Asylum

So you like the idea of a haunted house, but you want a little something more. We’ve got just the thing. Give yourself a Halloween scare at Frolick’s production, The Asylum. The general plotline revolves around a perverted doctor, his …

Fine Vining

Daytrip to a Winery Whether or not you’re a wine enthusiast, a day trip to a vineyard can feel like a luxurious mini-vacation. Especially when the location is as beautiful as Southbrook Vineyards. A two-hour drive from Toronto, Southbrook is …

The Danforth Music Hall

Originally constructed as a movie theater in 1919, the Danforth Music Hall now hosts some of Toronto’s biggest musical acts. On September 21st, see Blood Orange in concert. Buy your tickets before they sell out! Before becoming Blood Orange as …

Showcasing the Nation

The Canadian National Exhibition Features Something For Everyone Last year, over 1.601 million visitors enjoyed the Canadian National Exhibition. The festival enjoys high attendance for good reason—just check out their list of what’s on. There will be a Star Trek …