Organized by Music Africa, Afrofest, a largest giveaway African song festival in North America, distinguished a 29th anniversary of compelling African song and enlightenment in a heart of Toronto, Woodbine Park, on Jul 8 and 9. Check out
This essay was initial published Jun 18, 2013
Ah summer…hot, lazy, prolonged days of unconstrained sunshine! The ideal time to only flog behind with a potion of cool, white vino! Not only any wine, though! You’ll wish something
Beaches International Jazz Festival is still in full pitch with StreetFest and a series of categorical theatre events function this weekend, though if we missed a Beaches Jazz Latin Carnival, we can take a demeanour during some of
Everyone deals with idle time differently. While some do their best to exterminate any possibility of a gangling impulse in their schedule, others adore carrying zero to do. For teenagers, summer can move lots of idle time –
Queen East singer-songwriter Melanie Peterson invites a village to join her for a launch of her new EP, Two, during a Plein Air Concert Series garden pavilion outside stage, 345 Balliol St., on Jul 26 during 7:30 p.m.
Ice-cream! Ice-cream! we roar for ice-cream. Frozen, honeyed and deliciously slurpy, ice-cream is a summer pleasure.
It is generally good if it is a homemade accumulation such as Ed’s Scoop on Queen during Beech or
Queen East venue Corks and Platters Wine Bar, 2220A Queen St. E., welcomes behind a recently reunited Suzi Wesson and Doug Balfour for an insinuate weekend residency, Jul 27 by 29 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
While some locals like to rush to a lodge when things get bustling on Queen East, others wait all year for a sharp-witted summer months and a large ways to spend those prohibited summer days and nights in