By Claudia Cheung
âEach year Canada commemorates April as National Poetry Month to celebrate the creativity and linguistic diversity of poetry.
By NoBetterNina (@Nobetternina)
We’re heading into the most wonderful time of the year, and although things might be different this time around, there are still ways to share that special Fall feeling just before the holidays. Whether you’re looking for unique desserts to spice up Thanksgiving with this year, or treats to keep that trick or treat feeling alive for the kids, these FIVE local businesses are sure to be able to help you out with that!
By NoBetterNina (@nobetternina)
The latest “holiday” in question is Halloween, and for some the year just isn’t complete without some witches, zombies and goblins roaming the streets at night. But fear not! While trick or treating might be very different, and even non-existent for some this year, there are still socially distanced Halloween events you can safely attend.
By Janica Maya
The protest on anti-Black racism in Toronto has now become a global action bringing many local artists to the streets of Toronto, to show solidarity and support through their art.
Toronto’s infamous Graffiti Alley attracts many people with its bright colours and vibrant images. The initiative “Paint the City Black” gathered over 40 artists to transform the alley with multiple murals to show recognition and solidarity to the Black Lives Matter movement.