In the 1970s, there were many video stores in Toronto. Now there are only two remaining. Eyesore Cinema is one of them.
To let you in on a secret, in a quaint building in Dupont, a medieval battle is underway.
From renting out and selling film equipment, to hosting workshops and classes in order to train for the use of the building’s multitude of workspaces and editing suits, LIFT is essentially a film school that provides training in both older, analog-style filmmaking, and new, digital-style filmmaking, providing a student with adept knowledge of both worlds.
Just Be Cooking revives traditional cuisine from a variety of cultures.
By Pia Araneta Lainie Basman, a volunteer at Sistering drop-in centre, participates in the Coldest Night of the Year walk-a-thon on Feb. 22, 2020. During the opening ceremony, participants begin doing some stretches before beginning their walk from Dufferin Mall. (Pia Araneta/T•) Night began to settle on Bloor St., as the pedestrian traffic became sparse…
The Maker Bean Cafe offers more than just coffee. It’s a place meant for makers of all levels to come and learn and use 3D printers, laser cutters and more.
Old forgotten books are given a new life at The Monkey’s Paw
Dufferin Grove duplication and cassette store helps local music scene soar
Earth Echoes reptile shop is an exotic environment for the world’s most intricate creatures.
Ink & Water Tattoo, located at 1303 Bloor St. W. in Toronto’s Dufferin Grove neighbourhood, opened in November 2017 and was established on the basis of doing things differently.