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February 14, 2021

RYE GRADS PUT A SPOTLIGHT ON TORONTO’S DIVERSE ARTISTS WITH HOW T.O. ART

By Ruby Asgedome In August 2019, Taelor Lewis-Joseph posted in a Facebook group for film directors telling them about her idea: to create a narrative series about intersectionality and diversity in Toronto. The call-out led to Lewis-Joseph meeting her co-director, Amanda Ann-Min Wong, who voiced interest in the project. While the original idea fell through, […]

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The Best Jazz Bars in Toronto

Stay in the loop Unsubscribe anytime or contact us for details.   Here are the best jazz bars in Toronto. 1 The Rex This corner stop on Queen West is a certified institution. The Rex hosts 80 shows monthly and has been around for more than 40 years, making it the longest-running jazz haunt in the city. […]

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February 13, 2021

Toronto just got a pop up for real Caribbean food

A new pop-up called Yawd is now slinging some of the heartiest Caribbean out of Mahjong Bar. Chef Adrian Forte, whose been behind some now-closed Toronto staples like Gangster Burger and AF1 Canteen (plus the hit menus at Dirty Bird and Aunt Lucy’s) has brought a lean list of Caribbean eats to the kitchen of the temporarily closed Dundas West bar. Yawd launched on Wednesday and […]

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