Queer newcomers find Toronto offers a safe space for them to live authentically.
Red Rocket Coffee has been in the Danforth community for over a decade. The support from the community has stayed strong over the years and continues amid a pandemic that has forced other businesses to close.
How two fans found fellowship in a podcast during a time of extreme isolation.
By Sara Romano The bakers at Bonjour Brioche start preparing the next day’s French pastries before most people have gone to bed. Feb 29, 2020. (Sara Romano/T•) The knocking began well into the night. Henri Feasson was in the basement of the cafe, preparing pastries for the next day. He paused for a moment. Assuming…
Danforth Study is a project initiated by the City of Toronto to examine and reform the six-kilometre Danforth Avenue between Broadview Avenue and Victoria Park Avenue.
Knitting shop owner’s creations have shared silver screen with Hollywood stars By Mariam Kasem If you’ve seen the Oscar-winning movie The Shape of Water, a love story between a mute woman and a scaled, aquatic creature, you may have been too entranced by the colourful visuals and the all-encompassing storyline to notice much else. The cozy,…
The spot they moved to was supposed to be temporary. The new spot was on the back side of industrial-looking building. To even get to the gym you had to enter the building on Carlaw Ave., just south of Gerrard St. E., from there a maze of a hallway ensued with bright yellow “The Rock Oasis” signs pasted on the walls at each corner with arrows to guide people. The new gym’s ceilings were half the height of the last gym, and the location was in the heart of Leslieville, east of downtown.
Hooked is a fish shop owned by Kristin and Dan Donovan. It’s a knowledgeable fish store that believes in responsible fishing practices, and direct relationships between fisher and the consumer.
Leslieville’s unconventional market offers artists a new way to make a living
Nearly two decades in, family-run restaurant weights options amid climbing rents