$700-million arts-focused complex planned for Guvernment site – MetroNews Canada


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$700-million arts-focused complex planned for Guvernment site
MetroNews Canada
Another piece of Toronto's waterfront puzzle has fallen into place with the announcement Thursday that Daniels Corp. plans to build an arts-focused condo, office and retail development in the burgeoning East Bayfront area. The $700 million, 1.3 million …

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Disabled Theatre is nontheatre but gives its performers a voice: review – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Disabled Theatre is nontheatre but gives its performers a voice: review
Toronto Star
This was clearly the case on Wednesday night when, as part of Harbourfront Centre's World Stage series, Zurich's Theater HORA presented its now much-toured presentation of an encounter in 2012 between 50-year-old French choreographer-provocateur …

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Talya Rubin wins the Battle of the Bards – NOW Magazine


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Talya Rubin wins the Battle of the Bards
NOW Magazine
It's probably a good thing that Montreal poet Talya Rubin is a theatre artist as well as a major literary talent. The poignant and humorous work she read last night at Harbourfront's Poetry NOW: Battle Of The Bards, was definitely enhanced by Rubin's
Talya Rubin Takes Top Prize at Poetry Now: 7th Annual Battle of the BardsWire Service Canada (press release)

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$700-million arts-focused complex planned for Queens Quay site – Toronto Star


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$700-million arts-focused complex planned for Queens Quay site
Toronto Star
Toronto Mayor John Tory (open John Tory's policard) was at the announcement Thursday, made in a tent pitched on the easterly edge of the demolition site at Queens Quay and Lower Jarvis, former home of The Guvernment and Kool Haus nightclubs.

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Daniels Corporation to unveil waterfront mixed-use condo project – Globalnews.ca


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Daniels Corporation to unveil waterfront mixed-use condo project
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TORONTO – Developer Daniels Corporation will unveil today details of a mixed-use condo project at the site of the former Guvernment nightclub in Toronto's waterfront district. Daniels purchased the location at Jarvis and Queens Quay last May with plans

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Disabled Theatre brings disabilities out of the shadows – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Disabled Theatre brings disabilities out of the shadows
Toronto Star
Disabled Theatre, which opened its four-night run at the Harbourfront Centre on Wednesday, has challenged and impressed thousands on four continents with a spectacle that is somewhere between dance, lecture, documentary and performance art.

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Flamenco is a family affair for Roger, Valerie and Anjelica Scannura – Toronto Star


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Flamenco is a family affair for Roger, Valerie and Anjelica Scannura
Toronto Star
Until age 18 she studied ballet with a local teacher before moving to Toronto in 1979 to enrol in the National Ballet School's three-year teacher training program. At the time, the school had a strong connection with flamenco through its ongoing

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EAT! Vancouver Expands to an 8-Day Major Food Festival – Eater

EAT! Vancouver Expands to an 8-Day Major Food Festival
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For a city still without a major food festival, Seattle is well-positioned—geographically. Three hours to the south, the annual Feast Portland has established itself as a preeminent event for food lovers. And now, three hours to the north, "EAT

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News Media Advisory/Video-Photo Opp – Former Guvernment Nightclub Site to … – Canada NewsWire (press release)

News Media Advisory/Video-Photo Opp – Former Guvernment Nightclub Site to
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TORONTO, March 25, 2015 /CNW/ – The Daniels Corporation, Mayor John Tory, internationally recognized Urban Design Expert Ken Greenberg, and leading Toronto Arts and Cultural organizations will unveil plans for 'Daniels Waterfront – City of the Arts

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Skrillex’s Full Flex Express train to return to Toronto – blogTO (blog)


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Skrillex's Full Flex Express train to return to Toronto
blogTO (blog)
Skrillex toronto Skrillex's Full Flex Tour, an EDM journey through the great expanses of the Canadian provinces via train, will return in 2015, after 2013's tour was cancelled and the idea was abandoned altogether in 2014. Looks like they must have

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