Two universities are tied in the standings in the city’s inaugural BIA Cup tournament. Supported by the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA), the Cup is a men’s and women’s varsity-level basketball tournament between the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.
Entries Tagged as 'Liberty'
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August 19th, 2012 · 1 Comment
Despite the rain, roughly twenty artists came out to beautify the alley behind Ossington Avenue between Queen and Humbert streets. From Thursday Aug. 9 to Sunday Aug. 12, volunteers painted murals in the laneway, giving it a much-needed makeover.
August 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off
Despite the rain, Rodney’s Oyster House drew a huge crowd of oyster aficionados for its annual festival
By Khristopher Reardon
Delicious seafood, smashing beer and good times were shared at this year’s Ontario Oyster Festival.
July 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off
Ancient play set in modern-day Toronto leaves room to debate what happened at the G20 Summit protests
By Mickal Aranha
It’s been two years since the G20 Summit in Toronto, cause for Canada’s biggest security operation and the largest mass arrest in peacetime history, and almost a year since the Occupy Toronto movement began.
July 19th, 2012 · 1 Comment
After a rough start, the Toronto Maple Leafs triumphed over the London Majors after a series of consistent hits
By Jonah Birenbaum
A relentless Maple Leafs offense erased a seven-run deficit with a 13-run explosion in the fourth inning. The Leafs overcame a rough outing from starter Brandon Horgan as they outslugged the London Majors 23-13 at Dominico Field on Wednesday night.
July 18th, 2012 · 1 Comment
A review of the piece of documentary theatre that challenges ideas of intelligence and what makes a life worthwhile
By Mickal Aranha
Acclaimed Canadian playwright Judith Thompson turned once again to documentary theatre following the success of “Body and Soul” and “The Grace Project: Sick!” Thompson both wrote and directed RARE, which premiered at the Tarragon Main Stage on July 5th as part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.
July 17th, 2012 · 1 Comment
Though construction crews hit Toronto streets as soon as the snow melts, it’s still a sight to behold when a major intersection gets ripped up beyond recognition.
The TTC has shut down Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue for major repairs, closing off the crossroads from July 9 to July 23.
June 26th, 2012 · 5 Comments
PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORK FEATURED AT CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL
By Kristin Eliason
James Brylowski, photographer and owner of the company Solid Porcupine Inc., showcased his work for the first time this May as part of Scotiabank’s 2012 CONTACT Photography Festival.
June 17th, 2012 · Comments Off
LAND OWNERSHIP ARRANGEMENT ALSO EXISTS IN UNITED STATES, EUROPE
By Perry King
A different approach to land ownership is now moving forward in Parkdale.
June 6th, 2012 · Comments Off
MONTHLY COMEDY SHOWS RAISE FUNDS FOR CANCER RESEARCH
By Melania Daniel
Your average Joe would most likely break down in fits of crying when coping with a recent diagnosis of cancer. But Joel Taylor took to laughing.