Female Eye Film FestivaL

Toronto, Ontario (May 12, 2016) – The Female Eye Film Festival(FEFF) is celebrating 14 years June 14-19,2016 in Toronto with 80 Film Screenings, Industry Panels, and Special Events. Female Eye Film Festival, voted one of the “World’s Top Fifty Film Festivals” by MovieMaker Magazine for the 4th consecutive year, is an international film festival for […]

Ignite Your Creative Spark, with Your Team

Contributed by Sarah Phelps   Tired of the same old boring team building events that drag on all day, only to leave you feeling drained? At the very least, team building events should be inspiring, creative, interesting, engaging, and just plain fun! A gathering of team members sipping on cocktails and tasting niblies, while creating […]

Abstract Artist in the City

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Contributed by Sarah Phelps. Abstract Artist in the City Sarah Phelps began fueling her passion for art from the early age of five, and her past career as a wildlife biologist has continued to influence themes in her work. She is now emerging as one of Canada’s established and successful abstract expressionists, and International Artists. […]

24 Years and going strong

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Contributed by Gina Dineen Celebrating outstanding short films from around the world and around the corner, this local one-night-only juried screening of international short films promises something for everyone!   Come and vote for the People’s Choice Award.   The screening will be held in the Ada Slaight Hall at Daniel’s Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. […]

Cabbagetown Theatre

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Contributed by Kim Sprenger Cabbagetown Theatre is returning for their fifteenth+ year as members of the Cabbagetown Festival. We take fairy tales and bring them to life – panto-style – in the glorious Necropolis Chapel that is part of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery Group across from Riverdale Farm.   This year our story is “Goldilocks: […]

St. James Town community artist

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Contributed by Rui Felix Meet Poonam Sharma, an artist and resident of the St. James Town community.  Working with Community Matters Toronto, Poonam is part of an exciting effort building a new urban park that will foster healthy outdoor activities and connect residents from the high-rise community. We met with Poonam to discuss her recently […]

Cabbagetown Author publishes 9th Book

Contributed by Pstreet News Franco-Ontarian author Paul-François Sylvestre, from The Distillery District, has just published his 9th novel (and 45th book). L’envers de la médaille (The reverse of the medal) is the story of two pedophiles priests in French Ontario during the 1970s, 80s and 90s.   The action is mainly set in the Archdiocese […]

Shelley Ledger Photographs at Cranberries Restaurant Room 601

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The show includes new works not previously shown Featuring a Cabbagetown Festival Draw Supporting the Riverdale Farm! Half of all proceeds will be donated to the Riverdale Farm.   Win an original photographic print of your choosing from the Show!  Two runners-up each receive unframed original photographic prints. 1ST prize – a framed original photographic […]

DURANG BAO NOMAD PAINTINGS

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At the Jet Fuel Coffee Shop. Opening: June 2,  7 PM. The painting will be hanging until June 30. I was, for more than 18 years, a dear friend and colleague of the artist Durang Bao.  The NOMAD PAINTING show at the Jet Fuel Coffee shop is the first event since the passing of the artist […]

New Musical Show Pays Tribute to The Dumbells, by Janet Walters

Monty Python, Wayne and Shuster, SCTV and Saturday Night Live owe a lot to The Dumbells, who are considered the pioneers of sketch comedy. Formed by members of the Canadian army’s Third Division—and named for the red dumbbell in the Division’s emblem—The Dumbells bolstered troop morale during the First World War with live “concert parties” featuring irreverent humour that often […]