Artscape Shaw Street Centre will offer a theatre training facility, a centre for dance and performance, papermaking skills programs, community-based multi-media workshops, arts training for youth, music education for amateurs and professionals, family resources to support the local community, openings, performances, exhibitions and events. Open houses for artists looking to rent space are being held this June. […]
About 16 months ago we heard that there was discussion about stoplights going in at Argyle St, breaking up Ossington between Dundas and Queen Street. Over the last few weeks the construction has finally taken place and the new lights are up, but still not operational. […]
Since we started the blog, we have enjoyed covering the events and shows at the Lower Ossington Theatre. From the Toronto Youth Theatre, to their support of the Summerworks and other festivals, LOT plays a powerful artistic role in our neighbourhood. For our 12th Ossington Business profile, we posed our standard questions to Joseph Patrick of the Lower Ossington Theatre. […]
FishBar, the much anticipated restaurant owned by William Tavares, of Salt Wine Bar and, as we learned earlier, Mark Moore, formerly of Rodney’s Oyster Bar, opened it’s doors tonight, with a soft launch and a shortened menu of mostly Oysters. […]
Head over to the northwest corner of Trinity Bellwoods Park tomorrow afternoon for the reopening of the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market.
That’s right, the weekly treat returns tomorrow, May 11 at 3PM, and every Tuesday from 3-7PM. […]
This year there are over 170 free walking tours as part of Jane’s Walk planned for the GTA, and we are exploring those within walking distance of us. The titles alone demonstrate the diversity of the topics and should spark your interest! […]