Dancing Damsels Inc. is set for its annual Toronto International Dance Festival (TIDF) which will be held in person this year! The 9th edition of this festival is focused on supporting the practice and visibility of diverse dance companies, choreographers,
The 8th Anniversary Season of the affordable Fall for Dance North will return September 17 – October 8 with a striking line-up of works from the world’s most innovative dance companies across three unique programs. The performances will take place
The world’s largest hip-hop music festival, the Rolling Loud festival, will be making its way to Toronto this September. The hip-hop music festival will be held at Ontario Place from Sept. 9 through Sept. 11 and will feature a huge gamut
The Toronto Bellydancer Gabriela Carnovale has raised funding to install a large billboard on a Toronto street reminding us all about and important attitude: LOVE. You can visit it anytime until January 17th on the southeast corner of Dufferin and
We are living in unprecedented times where virtual learning is the new norm! The most common tool teachers are using for teaching their students at home is Zoom, a free video and audio conferencing application anyone can download to their
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An article by Eurekalert! notes a study in which researchers compared brain scans of older adults who exercise to brain scans of those who do not. Those who exercised exhibited better cerebral blood flow.