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New album, video from The Shins ahead of Jan. 7 radio gig

Following their warmly received Halloween gift to fans in the form of “Dead Alive”, The Shins are pleased to announce the release of their fifth studio album, Heartworms. The album will be released on March 10 via Aural Apothecary/Columbia Records. In contrast to 2012’s Port of Morrow, which debuted at ...

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Richmond West film company takes TVO bronze

A visual storytelling media production company, sisu production, recently took home the bronze in the TVO Short Doc Contest for its short-form documentary, “I am a Doctor.” The film focuses on the struggle of immigrating to Canada as a professional whose ...

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Maple Blues gala Jan 23 features Marriner

Marriner, centre, will perform at Koerner Hall Jan. 23. Seen here with Monkey Junk.

Multitalented and multi-instrumental producer and musician Steve Marriner of the award-winning trio MonkeyJunk is set to host the 20th annual Maple Blues Awards at Koerner Hall on Jan. 23. The not-to-be-missed gala is Canada’s national blues celebration, recognizing outstanding musical ...

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Toronto historic sites events Dec. 29-Jan. 11

The City of Toronto Historic Sites present events that provide enriching entertainment for all ages while connecting visitors to Toronto’s rich history. Visit for more information. COLBORNE LODGE    South end of High Park on Colborne Lodge Drive Hours: Tuesday ...

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Toronto’s 1st Post Office holiday offers & events

  Coming up in the bright new year: ~ Organize everything! Plan your best year ever with a Bullet Journal Workshop ~ Join us for planning, journaling, and letter-writing meetups in 2017 ~ Save the cards! Make new and useful ...

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Thanks to Toronto FC, Canada learns to love ‘footy’

There is a joke that goes a little like this: How many Torontonians does it take to screw in a light bulb? One. They just hold the bulb while the world turns around them. footy footy Yes, Toronto has a God ...

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Generator arts hub names Lemieux executive director

Generator’s board of directors are pleased to announce Kristina Lemieux as the arts hub’s new executive director effective Jan. 16. “Throughout our transformation, our goal has been to increase mentorship, leadership and capacity building for independent artists and companies in ...

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Local web series ends season with Christmas special

The first season of the local web series Opinionate This is coming to a finale and we want to invite you to watch it and celebrate with us! Series producers Lindsay Rollins, Patrick Smith and Titus McNally can finally take ...

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NFB Ontario Studio moving to new Downtown location

On Dec. 12, the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning Ontario Studio in Toronto is moving to a new home in the Entertainment District, at 145 Wellington Street West, Suite 1010. The NFB is making the move to a custom-designed ...

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Art auction turns refugee Affair into a $13k party

Readers of The Bulletin and local churchgoers have joined forces to raise another $13,000 for refugees.

Readers of The Bulletin and local churchgoers have joined forces to raise another $13,000 for refugees thanks to a successful art auction. The Affordable Art Affair on Oct. 22 at the St. James Cathedral parish hall was a gala auction ...

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