Here are my top 10 lingerie stores in Toronto.
At a recent press conference to announce the official selections, festival founder Tonya Lee Williams said "Racially diverse artists are carving out a place for themselves in front of and behind the camera; but we still have a lot to do." This year, nearly 70 percent of the filmmakers are Canadians from South Asian, Aboriginal, black, Latino, Middle Eastern, Asian, and other racially diverse backgrounds. Williams has created place to celebrate "Canadian films being supported by Canadian audiences - what a concept."
MARKIT, orchestrated by Kensington-based artists Jennifer H. Capraru and Coman Poon in collaboration with Videofag, was the first in a series of "micro performance interventions" directed towards raising awareness of the issues facing Kensington Market - most notably, the possible entry of a Loblaws nearby.
But it's not just the possibility of a major food retailer setting up shop that urged these artists into action. Rents are being hiked and family owned businesses are being forced to close after decades of operation.
Find out more in my review of Tierra Azteca.
I recently attended a beginner class where I immediately made a rookie mistake. "Don't move your hips in a circle motion," said Mandy Harvey, owner and operator of Sugar Hoops. "Try moving them back and forth."
Read my review of Pho Metro in the restaurants section.