It’s the end of a long day and Bonnie Czegledi has just stepped out of a meeting that went longer than expected. Still, her passions — for art and for international art law — come across, not dulled by the demands of her practice. A
The CN Tower, the AGO, the ROM, Casa Loma — been there, done that, right? Toronto boasts a respectable list of first-rate attractions, but after a certain number of visits, the A-list loses its lustre and you might want to try something new. Herewith, what
Dr. Stephen Lazarovits, a man who escaped the wrath of Hungarian fascists twice during the Second World War, has died. He was 86. He died suddenly of natural causes on Jan. 14 in his Toronto home.
Our iron-stomached correspondent decides which wagon serves the best hot chips on the cold block. The strip of Queen Street West adjacent to Nathan Phillips Square appears unwelcoming at first – a dull, grey concrete expanse that lies in the shadows of City Hall to
A new year means new possibilities, new discoveries or maybe rediscovering some old favourites. With that in mind, here’s a list of concerts coming to Toronto and surrounding areas through the end of May. Take a read, check off the ones that raise an eyebrow