How a book exchange brought a community together and why critics are tearing the idea apart
A popular online community has put physical books back into people’s hands – and daily lives – again
Toronto folk musician Taylor Simpson made a “euphoric” return to live music by performing his debut album release show on Feb. 23, at Bar Cathedral.
By Tyrese Wedderburn Julie holds Vita after a walk in the park.(Julie Craig/T•) On a September afternoon after a four-hour wait in the Pearson Airport cargo area, Julie Craig’s precious cargo arrives. Aboard a plane from the Dominican Republic, her adopted dog Vita is now in Canada after facing frequent delays due to COVID-19 restrictions.…
Can birdwatching be the healing tool we need during the pandemic?
Staff in long term care homes must endure tough workloads and grieve the loss of residents while working through the pandemic.
By Kahfeel Buchanan Even though people walking by the Village Players aren’t always sure this basement theatre is still open, a community group has performed plays here since 1977. Past a shawarma spot, a couple cake shops and a pasta cafe along Bloor Street West, there’s a sign above a basement space that reads “Theatre.”…
The Big Guys Little Coffee Shop is a welcoming refuge for lost souls.
By Nick Parker The outside of the Pasquale Brothers Specialty Foods store on Tuesday March 3, 2020 in Etobicoke, ON. (Nick Parker/ T•) Overtop industrial style brick sit the words “PASQUALE Brothers, SINCE 1917,” rendered in skinny red plastic lettering. You wouldn’t find the advertisement of their specialty Italian foods store from glossy flyers in your mailbox sent in…
Timothy’s gives back to the community.