Official poster courtesy of AGO When one of my friends told me she had never been to the Art Gallery of Ontario, I felt shame on the part of Torontonians everywhere. As a cultural landmark of the city (if not the province), the AGO hosts an exciting array of exhibits showcasing Canadian and international artwork, […]
Archives for January 2011
Picture by Alandberning The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) published brief mid-month results on its website. Toronto realtors reported 1,563 sales during the first half of January. The very first results of 2011 show an 11% drop compared to the same period in January 2010.
The Arthur Conan Doyle Collection courtesy of the Toronto Reference Library On the fifth floor of the intimidatingly large Toronto Reference Library, there lies a space of relaxation and calm, ironically made possible by the dark and criminal. “What abode could this be?” you ask with baited breath. Why, none other than the hidden gem […]
picture by Salted Tears If you live or work in Toronto, you are probably familiar with Union station—the busiest transportation facility in Canada. Described as the central hub for all inter-city transit in Toronto, Union station now connects patrons to several modes of transit. It has developed into an area of both transportation and shopping, […]
cooking knives by nickwheeleroz It’s that time of year when Toronto food lovers rejoice! Winterlicious, the annual gastronomic event, returns on Friday, January 28. This means the chance to check out some of the city’s best and classiest restaurants, to sample culinary delights by top-notch chefs, all at a fraction of regular prices. Since its […]
Sambuca Grill Exterior If you are ever in the mood for a culinary adventure, you should stroll down Baldwin Street. It is packed with interesting restaurants offering a wide range of food including Vietnamese, Indian, Italian, Thai and more. In an attempt to put on explorer hats and discover a new restaurant in Toronto, two […]