Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Charles Kirk Clarke (1857-1924) stood at the apex of Ontario's mental health industry. Wiiliam Bigg rested at the bottom, a mutilator of animals, a would-be rapist, a terrifying inmate of various institutions whose devious wa...
The Bloor/Gladstone Library launches into 2014 with an empowering new program: U Can! This moderated discussion series is designed to provide insights into how to fulfill personal and professional goals while navigating the o...
Tue Jan 14
Tue Feb 11
Tue Mar 11
Lillian H. Smith
Children learn to clap to the rhythm of songs, bump up and down on a bumpy bus, hop like bunnies, hug grandma, sing tweet, tweet, tweet, and turn sleeping caterpillars into fluttering butterflies.
Join David Keenleyside, AGO, as he discusses the highlights of the Prints and Drawings Collection, which spans the entire history of works on paper in the West from 1400's to the present day.The strength of the collection li...
Marion Lister of Sleuth of Baker Street will talk about women detectives.
Here's a candidate for "things that everybody wants to do better." Time management isn't just about productivity or procrastination, it's about where and how you find meaning in your life. It's not about how you spend your da...
We all have that itch. Maybe it's a novel or a poem, a song or an opera, an oil painting or a photography book. The creative impulse is irrepressible. Yet, as hard as it is to start, finishing can seem unattainable. How do th...