Author: Best of Toronto

‘Tis the season of love.

Or, at least, of weddings.

By now, you’ve probably been invited to a few of them, and may even be stressing about the whole ordeal.

Not to worry; here are 7 Toronto spots to hit before attending the next wedding.

On Saturday, April 11th, 2015, Coldstream Fine Art – a new player on Toronto’s art gallery scene – opened its doors to the public with its first exhibition.

To launch the gallery, owner Kariv Oretsky turned to New York-based photographer, Reka Nyari, with her bold new series “Nude York.”

The stunning black and white photographs capture the figures of nude female figures against the New York City skyline.

We caught up with Reka Nyari to hear more about it.

If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to start thinking about which summer music festivals you and your friends will be hitting up. Here’s some top ideas including some new ones you may not have heard of yet.

On Thursday, March 26th, 2015 it was a packed house at the Toronto Reference Library (Bram & Bluma Appel Salon) for SNAP! 2015.

Presented by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), SNAP! is a lively annual photography auction. Featuring both a silent and a live auction, the photographs are taken by both up-and-coming and established photographers.

Gerry Dee, Wes Williams

Filmed in Halifax, the cast of the CBC television show, Mr. D, was in town yesterday, January 19th, 2015 to celebrate Season 4 with an afternoon fan meet-and-greet at P.F. Chang’s at Shops at Don Mills.

We were lucky enough to be invited to sit down and dine with the cast.

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