Tag: Toronto

Throwback Thursday Live Music Edition – Hayley Kiyoko at the Danforth

Words and main image by Sabrina Direnzo Gallery photos by Topher Shrigley A sold out show at The Danforth Music Hall on a Sunday night easily became one of the biggest Pride events of the month. A line of fans adorned…

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Live Music Monday – Utopia At Massey Hall

Todd Rundgren’s Utopia performed their first Toronto concert in over 30 years at Massey Hall. Formed in 1974, Mr. Rundgren (a bona fidepop star by that point) wanted to explore the sonic realms of prog-rock. In doing so, he gathered…

Why Toronto Needs Indigenous Fashion Week

*all photos from IFWTO Okay, you might be asking yourself why Toronto needs another fashion week, but Indigenous Fashion Week (IFTWTO) isn’t your run of the mill catwalk presentation. While the typical design soiree focuses on the who’s-who and keeping…

Live Music Tuesday – HAIM at Massey Hall

Sister act HAIM, (not affiliated with Whoopi Goldberg) have been performing since childhood. However, not until the release of their 2012 EP, Forever, did surface as. Two albums later and coveted opening spots for artists like Florence and the Machine,…

An Evening with Punk Poet, John Cooper Clarke

Rail-thin like a scarecrow, sporting shades underneath a mop of black hair, legendary punk-poet John Cooper Clarke remained as potent as ever to a nearly sold-out Lee’s Palace. Having opened for the likes of Joy Division and The Clash long…