Glynis Humphrey’s new installation looks at the female body and what it might look like in another kind of space. And that’s just what she has to show her art in as the Doris McCarthy Gallery in the University of Toronto Scarborough is, after a summer of work, just that – a new kind of […]
You’d think the hard part was over. Last week, in Geneva, Switzerland scientists applauded, poured champagne and some even wept as an $8-billion particle accelerator aced crucial tests.
How did people ever get their grocery shopping done years ago, when there weren’t two cars crowding every driveway – ready to take shoppers to market?
With climate change being a major problem many people want to do what they can to become more environmentally friendly. One concern is that too many emissions are being used to transport food from place to place. The solution to the problem can be summed up by the Oxford American dictionary 2007 word of the […]
Mimi Radda and Marilyn Fernandes are local residents and neighbours who share a passion for art. Their talent and devotion to art has been met with positive reaction in their private and public shows.
The granddaddy of all musicals hopes to have everything going its way later this month at the Scarborough Village Theatre. With songs and dances weaved into an ingenious storyline with powerful dramatic aim, Oklahoma! epitomizes the expansion of the book musical, according to director Mimi Woods Doherty.
Music of All Latitudes Part II Latin jazz artist Amanda Martinez will play at 7:30 p.m. on April 26 at the University of Toronto Scarborough’s ARC Theatre, 1265 Military Trail. Her music blends Afro-Cuban rhythms, Mexican folk and jazz. $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors. Call 416-287-7076 or visit www.utsc.utoronto.ca/cultural.
If not now, when? If not us, who? Activists, politicians and artists used that message to urge the Canadian government to take a stronger active role in Darfur at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square on April 13. London Liberal MP Glen Pearson, Sergeant Debbie Bodkin of Waterloo Regional Police and Canadian musicians Low Level Flight, and […]
Torontonians may not be not as environmentally conscious as they think. According to a recent census by Statistics Canada, Toronto commuters are beginning to choose alternate methods of getting to work aside from their cars. The reason, however, is not necessarily to help the environment.
It’s raining on a gloomy Friday morning and you’d expect most high school students to be pulling themselves out of bed, barely awake and unkempt after a night’s sleep. But 22 musically talented students from Woburn Collegiate Institute are already in school, rehearsing several melodies for this week’s Jazzfest 2008, and perfecting their performances to […]