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 …

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 …

Beaches Jazz Festival Hits Toronto

From July 2nd­ to 24th, check out a vast array of bands and musical genres at the Beaches Jazz Festival. Venues around the city allow you to explore Toronto while dancing, discovering new musicians, and enjoying gourmet food truck grub. …

Blue Jays Are In Flight!

The Toronto Blue Jays are playing well and have officially entered a play off position. Next home stand at the Roger Centre in Downtown Toronto is June 21 and 22 vs the Diamondbacks.

It’s a Running Party

Running a 5K on a Saturday morning might sound rather daunting, but a Color Me Rad run is a different story. This is more like an energizing dance party that you wish would never end. On Saturday May 28th, at …

21C Music Festival

Today’s most innovative and creative musicians and composers bring us fresh new sounds and ideas with 7 concerts in 5 days at the Telus Centre in Downtown Toronto. MAY 25-29/2016 for more https://performance.rcmusic.ca/21c

The Future is Now

Want to see the newest self-driving cars or the next James Bond auto beauty? Is your preferred ride a Rolls, Bentley, or Porsche? If these questions get you going and prompt a little car envy, then you’ll be overwhelmed (with …

Step Back In Time

The Queen Charlotte’s Birthday Ball is a recreation of a significant moment in Toronto’s history, specifically a Ball offered by Officers’ of the Garrison at York (Fort York) held in Toronto on January 23rd, 1817. The lavish event is a …

See a Cat in a Hat!

For a limited time only the art of Theodor Seuss Geisel, the American writer and illustrator best known for authoring the popular children’s books under the pen name Dr. Seuss will be on show at the Liss Gallery in Toronto …