Repair Café Toronto
The repair café aims to change the culture of disposability by showing you how to fix all kinds of things and keep them in working order. Knowledgeable fixers are on hand to repair your broken electronics, computers, clothes, jewellery, etc. As well as passing on the knowledge to you.... [Read More]
 
The Element Choir
At a recent art spin I was treated to a performance of The Element Choir led by Christine Duncan. They push choir into the realm of experimental music. Mostly wordless, there's improvisation and unusual sounds prompted by Christine's expressive gestures. I enjoyed it as it pushed music into a fun, playful and unexpected place. It seemed to give greater freedom for individual members to let their uniqueness shine within the choir. There's a few videos of them online, but it... [Read More]
 
The Shop
A maker space for those getting creative with ceramics, woodworking and other crafting. They offer both drop in and membership rates. If you're looking to learn a few skills, they run a variety of classes. [Read More]
 
Noble Hop - Downtown Toronto homebrewing ingredients and equipment
With the recent controversy surrounding the beer stores, it seems like a great time to try your hand at creating your own beers. Noble Hop is a supply shop serving Toronto Homebrewing community. They carry a pretty decent range of yeasts and other ingredients. They also run workshops if you are looking for a few pointers on getting started. They are one of the only shops like this located close to the downtown area, and I'm very pleased they chose to set up shop in my neighbo... [Read More]
 
Christie and Bloor Free Little Library
Walking up Grace Street today, I spotted from a distance, what appeared to be a large bird house. As I came closer I was delighted to discover it was actually a house for books. One of many 'little free libraries' that have sprung up around the world. The instructions were simple: “take a book, return a book”. Also check the global map for a location near you.... [Read More]
 
ry's ratings | rating food in toronto
Ry, twelve years old, is into healthy, local, organic food and against GMO's. He reviews restraunts and other food related things around Toronto on his blog. [Read More]