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TD Salsa in Toronto Festival

Various Locations Toronto, ON

TD Salsa in Toronto Featuring TD Salsa on St. Clair Canada’s #1 Latino-themed cultural celebration, the TD Salsa in Toronto Festival features a series of city-wide events throughout June and July that celebrate […]

MOTIVE Crime & Mystery Festival

Harbourfront Centre 235 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON

From cozy crime to police procedural, psychological thriller to true crime, these page-turning genres have created some of the world’s best storytellers, who are much loved by readers everywhere. In […]

Together We Rise Asian Arts Festival

The Together We Rise Festival is a celebration of the Greater Toronto Area’s Asian diaspora's heritage and artists featuring multi-disciplinary arts programming. The festival is a first-of-its-kind event for Scarborough, […]

Author Book Signing & Vintage Jewellery Sale

Art Deco lovers will love this FREE event June 3 at the historic Great Hall of the Toronto Arts & Letters Club! Meet Patricia Gostick, collector and author of the illustrated artist biography, McClelland Barclay: Painter of Beautiful Women and More. The event includes a showcase and sale of rare vintage costume jewellery by McClelland […]

Daniel Allen Cox launches I Felt the End Before It Came: Memoirs of a Queer Ex-Jehovah’s Witness

Daniel Allen Cox joins us to discuss his new memoir, I Felt the End Before It Came: Memoirs of a Queer Ex-Jehovah's Witness. Daniel grew up with firm lines around what his religion considered unacceptable: celebrating birthdays and holidays; voting in elections, pursuing higher education, and other forays into independent thought. Their opposition to blood transfusions […]

Music and the Shadow People

Music and the Shadow People is an expanded live radio play performance for musicians, actors, and multi-channel sound design.  Originally a tone poem written and self published by William Parker in 1995, the story was later adapted into a radio play by Andrew O’Connor for KunstRadio on Austrian public broadcaster ORF. William and Andrew have […]

Walk with Amal: Central Waterfront Farewell

Jack Layton Ferry Terminal 9 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON

Little Amal is the 12-foot puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian refugee child at the heart of The Walk.  She has become a global symbol of human rights, especially those of refugees. Since July 2021, Amal has travelled over 9,000km in 13 countries and has been welcomed by more than a million people on the street, including hundreds of […]

Na-Me-Res Pow Wow and Indigenous Arts Festival

Fort York National Historic Site 250 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, ON

Mark your calendar for the return of the annual Na-Me-Res Pow Wow and Indigenous Arts Festival, taking place at Garrison Common, 250 Fort York Blvd. part of Fort York National […]

Samantha Irby on Quietly Hostile – Curious Minds Author Talks

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema 506 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON

Samantha Irby is one of the most hilarious and relatable writers at work today, a triple-threat essayist, comedian and TV writer. With titles including We Are Never Meeting in Real Life. and Wow, No Thank You. Irby’s best-selling books have won her legions of fans—including influential tastemakers like Roxane Gay, Amber Tamblyn and Jia Tolentino. Now she’s back with […]

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