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SK Dyment has been a cartoonist and illustrator for many years and has been published in over two dozen Canadian indy magazines and journals.
SK loves sketching passing interpretations of intriguing people in pen-and-ink, and is often seen attending various activist-oriented events around Toronto. He is also available for quick illustrations of all sorts as well as more serious forms of illustration. SK Dyment maintains a website @ www.graphicrecording.ca

Woody’s Has Winter Festivities…and the Best of…Everything!

posted Saturday, December 17, 2016

by: in Activism, Art, Art Gallery, Charity, Clubs, Comedy, Disability, Drag, Events, Fashion, Film, Gallery, Music, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Woody’s is quite possibly Toronto’s most famous gay bar, especially if you’re a fan of “Queer as Folk”! It’s even fun to go here on the quiet afternoon. There’s a pool table, the daytime music is good, and the DJ’s that arrive later are always hot. There are monitors playing in the background, with usually […]

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Old Nick Pub Heating Up The Danforth

posted Friday, November 25, 2016

by: in Art, Clubs, Comedy, Events, Music, Queer, Toronto

The Old Nick Pub has a lot of vertical windows in the front which are perfect for hanging the sideways Pride Flag. This is just the start of the Danforth open mic strip, and with a 12-year history of open mic nights, the energy here is special. After having my mind blown away at a […]

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Tango Palace – A Friendly East End Coffee House

posted Thursday, September 8, 2016

by: in Art, Comedy, Events, Gallery, Music, Queer, Toronto

There’s a chance you may have missed Tango Palace Coffee House on your travels along Queen St. East. The sign above the door on the north side of Queen just west of Jones is attractively maintained with gilt paint and stylish letters. The place is small and often busy, but service always prompt and friendly. […]

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Toronto’s Glad Day Bookshop needs your help

posted Friday, June 17, 2016

by: in Activism, Art, Art Gallery, Charity, Clubs, Comedy, Disability, Drag, Events, Fashion, Film, Gallery, Music, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

The people at Glad Day Bookshop are business savvy community heroes, no doubt about it! Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto is the world’s oldest LGBTQ bookstore since the closure of New York City’s Oscar Wilde Bookshop in early 2009. Glad Day started in 1970 and has occupied its current location on Yonge Street since 1981. […]

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The Innovative Sharing Depot has an intriguing inventory

posted Tuesday, May 31, 2016

by: in Charity, Events, Toronto

The Sharing Depot at 1803 Danforth is now open and it is bustling with many visitors, workshops, and a lively Twitter feed. Like house parties, games and sports? There are many very cool things in sporting goods, and with 118 items in the games section, this place looks fun!  They have a community-building spirit as […]

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Faux Girls at Joy Bistro

posted Tuesday, May 31, 2016

by: in Activism, Art, Art Gallery, Charity, Clubs, Comedy, Disability, Drag, Events, Fashion, Film, Gallery, Music, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Joy Bistro, located on the corner of Booth and Queen St. East, is an elegant example of historic architecture at 884 Queen St. East now hosting FAUX GIRLS on selected Sundays. After only three shows which began back in April, “Toronto’s only fine dining and drag experience with celebrity lookalikes, traditional drag and live performances” […]

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Wayla Bar still rocking Leslieville!

posted Sunday, April 10, 2016

by: in Clubs, Drag, Events, Music, Queer, Toronto

The Wayla Bar & Lounge is at 996 Queen St. East in Toronto’s happening Leslieville area, and to some people it may appear like nothing exciting is happening from the outside, but once inside it is rocking! Some people say it’s hard to find, with only a sign saying “Carlaw Carburations” above it, and even […]

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Not-To-Be-Missed Upcoming Nights at Leslieville’s “The Duke”

posted Thursday, March 3, 2016

by: in Activism, Art, Art Gallery, Charity, Clubs, Comedy, Disability, Drag, Events, Fashion, Film, Gallery, Music, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Last Friday night I dropped by The Duke, a red brick Leslieville landmark built in 1870 and an historic night spot that offers 5 dollar pints, karaoke, sports TV, open pool tables, and claims of a great kitchen backed up by the sight of several generous servings seen sliding past on their way to delivery! […]

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Kensington’s “The Round” Hosts an Eating Disorders Event

posted Wednesday, March 2, 2016

by: in Activism, Art, Art Gallery, Charity, Clubs, Comedy, Disability, Drag, Events, Fashion, Film, Gallery, Music, Queer, Theatre, Toronto

  Here’s something worth checking out.  If you go to the gym often and wonder about some of the things you overhear, or if you have friends who engage in negative or conformist body image talk, you are not alone. At The Round in Toronto’s Kensington Market on February 4th, a collection of performers in […]

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Anarres Natural Health – A Gem in the West End of Toronto

posted Tuesday, March 1, 2016

by: in Art, Books, Queer, Toronto

Great times at a delightful health resource on Dovercourt, Anarres Natural Health This cool little shop is run by Tracey Tief, a holistic health practitioner who also runs a collection of amazing workshops both in the store and around the city. With everything from healing “mojo” oils and workshops emphasizing sexual health for womyn, lgbti, […]

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