My Betty White Photo credits Marion Voysey Betty White– is a visual artist, living and working in downtown Toronto. Born in the US, Betty studied painting and, for a period, paper making, in a number of cities including Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Boulder (Colorado), Montreal and also Toronto. Throughout her journey as an artist, Betty […]
Coming out of the summer, our September edition can always be a toss-up. We usually feature all the Cabbagetown festival stuff…but the Bia has something exciting planned. We received some great articles from lots of people, and I can’t stress enough that sharing articles and letting people know you read the paper is what keeps […]
Sunday in the Park – August 14th
Contributed by Walied Khogali Ali, Co-Chair – Community Building Working Group – SDP. On Sunday, August 14th 2022 – thousands of residents attended the beloved community celebration known as Sunday in the Park. Sunday in the Park was founded in the early nineties in Regent Park. Thank you to the thousands of residents that participated in […]
Seasons Greetings, Cabbagetown!
Officially, it’s appropriate to begin to look toward the holiday season now that we have marked Remembrance Day. Thank you for joining us on November 11th, when the Cabbagetown BIA hosted our first Remembrance Day Gathering. Our goal was to ensure local business operators had a convenient opportunity to step out and honour those who […]
How is it this place has been hiding in plain sight?
Since last winter, during the depths of lockdown, I’ve been trying to coax readers outside to enjoy unexpected sights – public art located mere blocks from Cabbagetown. Now that temperatures are coming down once more it’s time to take advantage of re-opened galleries … as this Gentle Treasure Hunt series continues. Let’s start westward from […]
Don Valley Art Club – “Holiday Show” on Now!
Contributed by: Don Valley Art Club Show Committee For this Holiday Season a VIRTUAL GALLERY has been created for the benefit of both art lovers and the artists of the Don Valley Art Club. DVAC is one of Toronto’s most vibrant art clubs, established in the 1940’s. The original clubhouse was a small cabin in […]
Live theatre is back!
Be a part of the audience for the workshop performance of Transit, a play written by Alumnae member, Susan Brown. Is one man’s known universe big enough for the rest of us? October is Islamic History Month, and just in time, there’s a play that examines what happens in smalltown neighborhoods where cultural transformation exposes the […]
Contributed by Virginia Gallop, Executive Director, Cabbagetown BIA — It’s Virginia here, your new Cabbagetown BIA Executive Director. I’m excited to be here, bringing my career and lifetime experience in the arts, arts administration and event planning. As well, I’m a former Executive Assistant for a City of Toronto Councillor, so I fully understand and appreciate the […]
Children’s web series Premiers on youtube. Toronto, Ontario – “Mission Bonita” will make its YouTube debut at 11AM, Tuesday, August 18th. The highly anticipated children’s web series comes from the mind and heart of creator Lisa Lallouz. Lallouz is the author of the popular and trusted children’s book series, “Miss Bonita and Friends. The “Mission […]
Six Feet Apart
A Song written and contributed by Duncan Fremlin, RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd.email@example.com When the pandemic hit, my work as a Realtor wasn’t affected since it was declared an essential service. However, I was forced to retire from my life as a touring musician (Whiskey Jack), as well as my shinny hockey games at Moss Park. […]
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