Changes afoot at Artisans at Work

Take it from a journalist: sometimes, people just need a deadline. That’s certainly been the experience of local custom jewelry maker Tara Shelton. She’s been busy with last-minute orders since announcing she will be moving to Australia in a few months. In a recent newsletter, Shelton was firm with her clients that she’s packing up […]

5 artists to see at the 9th annual Danforth East Arts Fair

Art is returning to East Lynn Park this weekend, Sept. 16 and 17. The Danforth East Community Association’s ninth-annual Danforth East Arts Fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the park at 1949 Danforth Ave. both days and will feature live music, food, and art across multiple mediums. Drawings, acrylics, ceramics—whatever form the […]

7 things to do in the Beach this weekend

School may be back in session, but considering the many events taking place this weekend, Sept. 8-10, 2017, summer fun isn’t over yet. If you’re tired from a busy back-to-school week, or just tired of driving to the cottage, take a break and keep it local. There are plenty of activities to keep you occupied […]

Made-in-Toronto fantasy films promise thrills and chills

Some strange things landed in Toronto last year: creepy clowns, zombies, lizard creatures from beneath the sea. Don’t worry, it’s all fantasy from the dark imaginations of writers like Stephen King and Guillermo del Toro. Movies and television shows with supernatural themes have become very popular these days and Toronto is front and centre in […]