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Toronto’s el Hashem releases latest single, “We Are Dancing Together”

posted Thursday, May 16, 2024

by: in Music

We Are Dancing Together (feat. Shelly-Ann Skinner) is the latest single release by el Hashem, a Lebanese Canadian artist, residing in Toronto. el Hashem describes it as “a joyous celebration of a future world where humanity learned from its errors and there is only love and dancing.” el Hashem started recording songs in 2020, singing […]

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From Dublin to New York: Jameson Distillery on Tour Arrives at Toronto’s Stackt Market – May 2 to 12, 2024

posted Thursday, May 2, 2024

by: in Featured Events, Hospitality, Toronto

The award-winning distillery tour from Dublin’s Bow St. is making its way to Toronto’s Stackt Market! The Distillery On Tour Pop Up is housed inside a series of shipping containers travelling around the world, from NYC to Mumbai. Jameson Irish Whiskey has brought its award-winning distillery, which has been named the World’s Leading Distillery Tour three times, […]

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Drifter – young gay male relocates to Berlin, and succumbs to the underground world of clubs and drugs

posted Tuesday, April 16, 2024

by: in Film, Queer

Moritz (22) follows his boyfriend Jonas to Berlin only to be abandoned by him within a few weeks. For a while he finds security with the older Noah, but then moves on. He changes his looks and dives into the city’s vibrating techno world. He learns to express his repressed desires, but he also starts […]

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My Little Brony: The Musical – Sky Gilbert’s twinkling tale about a My Little Pony fandom bromance – Apr 9 to 21, 2024 (Toronto)

posted Monday, April 8, 2024

by: in Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Since 2010 — with the creation and release of the phenomenally successful children’s cartoon My Little Pony — a fanbase of monumental proportions has been growing among — not only young girls — but young men who are particularly devoted to the show. These young men have been labelled ‘bronies’ (brothers in ponydom!) And they […]

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MOCA Toronto presents Greater Toronto Art 2024 – A Triennial Exhibition Celebrating Artistic Vibrancy – March 22 to July 28 2024

posted Wednesday, March 20, 2024

by: in Art, Art Gallery, Toronto

On March 22, 2024, the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA) launches Greater Toronto Art 2024 (GTA24), the second edition of the museum’s highly-acclaimed triennial exhibition. Presenting a constellation of 25 artists, duos, and collectives, GTA24 is a project that challenges the notion of individualism and focuses instead on the interconnectedness of individuals within a […]

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Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival presents over 60 sketch comedy troupes, featuring drag, storytelling, music, film, and more – on now until March 17, 2024

posted Saturday, March 9, 2024

by: in Comedy, Toronto

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival (TOsketchfest) returns for its 19th annual showcased, running now until March 17, 2024 at both The Theatre Centre (1115 Queen St W) and Comedy Bar (945 Bloor St W). TOsketchfest’s Festival Series is a spectacular and energetic mosaic of contemporary sketch comedy, drag, storytelling, musical comedy, and clown – all […]

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Pride Blue Mountain – skiing, parties, and so much more – March 1 to 3, 2024

posted Wednesday, February 28, 2024

by: in Drag, Events, Featured Events, Hospitality, Outdoors, Pride

  Experience the ultimate winter celebration at Pride Blue Mountain, Ontario’s Largest Winter Pride festival, taking place from March 1st to 3rd, 2024! Immerse yourself in the thrill of the slopes and redefine your winter Pride experience. Engage in family-friendly activities both on and off the slopes, including a spectacular ski pride parade and opening […]

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Studio One Forever – historical look back at this famed West Hollywood gay disco

posted Friday, February 2, 2024

by: in Film, Pride, Queer, Streaming Online

STUDIO ONE FOREVER is the untold story of America’s trailblazing gay disco, a kaleidoscopic excursion into LGBTQ+ history through the lens of this groundbreaking club.  Studio One was more than just a disco; it was a mecca for gay men looking for identity in a world that saw them as outcasts. Its adjoining nightclub, The […]

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Trans-Canada Highwaymen – supergroup of 80s/90s musicians cover CanCon classics from the 60s/70s

posted Saturday, January 27, 2024

by: in Music

The Canadian supergroup Trans-Canada Highwaymen have taken a collection of CanCon classics for a spin with a 14-track recording that pays homage to the great K-Tel compilation records of the 1970s. The lineup includes four singer-songwriters who have all written songs that have contributed to Canadian culture — Sloan bassist Chris Murphy, Odds guitarist Craig […]

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Soulpepper opens 2024 season with two captivating queer productions, both developed by local Canadian writers (Toronto)

posted Saturday, January 20, 2024

by: in Queer, Theatre, Toronto

Soulpepper is launching its 2024 season with two highly anticipated productions, each telling queer stories and each written by Canadian talent. First is the Toronto premiere of Casey and Diana, written by Nick Green and directed by Andrew Kushnir, on stage for the first time in Toronto after an acclaimed sold-out run at Stratford Festival […]

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