The Art of the Danforth Festival, presented by East End Arts, is a 10-day-long event starting today, May 2, and is intended to reflect and connect the diverse identities of the East Danforth neighbourhood, stretching from Greenwood to Woodbine Station.
Children of all ages spent their Friday afternoon egg painting with a little bit of a sugar rush. Church of the Holy Trinity Guildwood organized an activity day for children in the Scarborough area. While parents attended Good Friday service, there were Easter crafts, snacks and a puppet show just down stairs for the young […]
Toronto Comicon opened its doors on March 7th, and brought with it more celebrities, retailers and fans then ever before.
An event at The Toronto Reference Library called New Music 101 brought together two groups that are finding ways to bridge the gap between classical and experimental music and modern audiences.
North America’s largest car event was back this year bringing in the latest and greatest in the business. Toronto Observer reporter Sana Fatani reports on the top three exotic cars that will leave you dazed for days.
While the recent snowstorm Wednesday Feb. 5 may have pushed back the official grand opening of Bite Bar’s second location, it hasn’t prevented the owners from opening their doors to the public. The gourmet Elm Street dessert bar — known for tiny cupcakes and treats — has now moved into the College and Spadina area. […]
Toronto Observer reporter Doua Hreiche caught the dragons as they whirled and leaped around the Chinatown Business Improvement Area to bring good luck to merchants for the Year of the Horse.
At the Toronto Auto Show there were approximately 1,000 new vehicles and 40 concept cars.