So it was with both nostalgia and curiosity that I approached Wednesday night's show at Lee's Palace.
The Burlington, Ontario's band have actually been around since 2006. And their chemistry is undeniable, as I discovered on Friday night at The Danforth Music Hall.
Psycho Bitch is billed as "a comedic tale of a mood disordered, medicated, sweetheart of a mess." Playing for just three performances at Kensington Market's intimate Electric Theatre, it's a must-see for anyone who's known someone living with mental illness.
Amongst other things, Geekish is an indie design company — founded by York University/Sheridan College design graduate Jessica Li — that produces witty board-game-inspired products for young adults. They held a community board game event on Saturday at the Centre for Social Innovation Annex Lounge. Upon arrival, I soon found myself socializing amongst other board game lovers I had just met.
Since my riding season was cut short two months ago due to a freak scooter-motorcycle accident, this weekend's Toronto Motorcycle Show made for a much welcome respite from my early off-season downtime.