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February 24, 2015

Singer Carin Redman will bring her vocal talents to Kingston Road Village on Friday, Feb. 27. Redman will perform a mix of jazz, pop and soul at Madhus Cafe, 982 Kingston Rd. She will be joined by some of Toronto’s top musicians, including Mark Kieswetter on piano, Ross MacIntyre on bass, Jamie Bird on percussion, […]

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Beach Arts Scene

Yellow House Gallery, 921 Kingston Rd., is hosting its first art installation. Let the Moon Guide You is a seven piece video installation by Maria Flawia Litwin. The common element in the videos is travel, encouraging viewers to “venture into the unknown … to position yourself as a traveller, a willing foreigner, a non-belonger.” The […]

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Governing Toronto: Bringing back the city that worked  By Alan Redway FriesenPress, 312 pages Reviewed by Andrew Hudson Alan Redway, a former mayor of East York and councillor for the now defunct Metro Toronto, had a front-row seat to the mega amalgamation fight that gripped Toronto politics in the late 1990s. After serving as a […]

Beach Arts Scene

The Heart Show continues until Feb. 15 at Gerrard Art Space, 1475 Gerrard St. E. The annual group show, which usually coincides with Valentine’s Day, gathers a variety of work centred on anything to do with the heart. Artists in the show are Adrian Pocobelli, Elizabeth Forrest, Mitzi Chamberlain, Cornelia Karkossa, John Alexander, Danielle Allard, […]

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