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Public picks Jo Longurst’s work as best in show

UK photographer Jo Longhurst wins this year’s Grange Prize, features work on show dogs, gymnasts at AGO Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY KELSEY STASIAK

AGO puts the art in party

1st Thursday event brings together industry members and culturally aware youth over oyster bar, contemporary photography Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY SAMANTHA DEL FRATE

Equal parts beer + art

Steam Whistle exhibit features photos from city archives; may prove mixing art and beer is good for memory Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY FELICIA PERRICELLI

Thom Huhtala Band’s first album is mercurial blending of sounds and styles

The first installment of One Spadina Sessions: a series that features local bands performing in the newspaper office at 1 Spadina Crescent Read More »
NOV 04, 2012 | BY KELSEY STASIAK

Frida & Diego visit the AGO

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibit reveals shifts in couple’s lives, works Read More »
NOV 04, 2012 | BY SAMANTHA DEL FRATE

DIY Costumes

Ideas for the busy, lazy, and uninspired. Read More »
OCT 26, 2012 | BY NATALIE MORCOS, SEBASTIAN GREENHOLTZ

Garlic fest feeds local lifestyle

Torontonians risk bad breath for friendly atmosphere, great food at Toronto Garlic Festival Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY JORDAN HARCOURT

Argo, the movie that saved lives

Ben Affleck’s latest delivers the goods...but what about the hostages? Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY

Putting sex on the map

U of T professor uses modern technology to map the history of the Florentine sex trade Read More »
OCT 19, 2012 | BY SARAH BOIVIN

Ellie Goulding is all lit up

Brit synth pop darling serves up a solid sophomore album Read More »
OCT 15, 2012 | BY THE NEWSPAPER ADMIN
 
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