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Recalling the Rivoli

Ian McRonald describes the early days of the Rivoli.

Generation V-azaleen

Charlee Boyes talks about 90s culture miasma and then Vazaleen. For an insightful and thorough account from another perspective, see R.M. Vaughan’s article for Toronto Life at: Generation V-azaleen from Paradise Now on Vimeo.

Jenna Syde performs at PRIDE Toronto 2011

Jenna Syde performs at PRIDE Toronto 2011. Other clips feature performances at Prom Night and the Keith Cole Experience, Tallulah’s Cabaret, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and Goth and Drag at the Beaver. Jenna Syde at PRIDE Toronto 2011 Jenna Syde – Prom Night 2 Jenna Syde – Prom Night Jenna Syde – Keith Cole Experience

Anniversary of the Toronto G20 Kettling – including video

On the anniversary of the Toronto G20 kettling at Queen and Spadina (June 27, 2010, 6-10 pm) it was business as usual for a Monday evening. Stealth artists postered the 4 corners of the intersection. Some of the images were Brett Gundland’s PRISONERS portraits, exhibited at Communication Art Gallery last March. Weeks later, crayon drawings persist as stains on the

Hushabye, a play at the Fringe by Blood Orange Theatre – including video

Script and set design by Anna Standish Directed by Sarah Miller-Garvin Featuring  Jenn Fraser, Ron Kelly, and Darwin Lyons Produced by Joshua Korngut, Sarah Miller-Garvin and Anna Standish Factory Studio Theatre, 125 Bathurst St. July 7 – 8:45 pm July 8 – 1:30 pm July 9 – 6:00 pm July 10 –  noon July 12 – 1:00 pm July 14

Cinecycle – Martin Heath – including video

Since his arrival from the U.K. in the early 1970s, when he screened films at Rochdale College, the legendary Martin Heath has been a pillar of the creative community. His activities with the Women in Film International Festival (WFIF) 1973, then the Festival of Festivals, were the precursors of the Toronto International Film Festival; however Martin has remained committed to

The Epicure Café – including video

CHILDREN! DON’T BELIEVE WHAT YOU READ ON THE INTERNET. The Epicure Café’s own web site reports, “After serving the neighborhood for almost two decades at the corner of Queen Street West and Portland, Epicure has recently moved to a new and improved location just a few doors east.” But I ran out of fingers and toes when I tried to