Author: Camões Radio
The Portuguese Canadian Walk of Fame is celebrating its 7th anniversary. The past 6 years have seen many distinguished Luso-Canadians inducted into the Wall of Fame located at 722 College Street. The campaign for the induction of other great Luso-Canadians is starting now with the projected induction being June 8th, 2019. Everyone is encourage to […]
Os Xutos & Pontapés, a celebrarem 40 anos e o novo álbum, intitulado “Duro” com uma atuação em Toronto. Read more.
Spring might be on its way, but it’s not here yet. Winter is still slamming the city in full force, and it’s about to dump a ton of snow on us. If all goes according to The Weather Network‘s forecast, it’s going to be a very snowy week, with up to 10 cm predicted for Wednedsay, and […]
Taron Egerton is Elton John in #Rocketman, in theatres May 31.
The story of a lonely Chinese-Canadian mother whose tiny dumpling comes to life has won the hearts of millions around the world since it came to life as a Pixar short last summer — including the majority of voting members from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. That’s right, Toronto-raised, Sheridan-educated filmmaker and storyboard artist Domee Shi is now […]
LCBO thefts are already out of control, but a recent act of robbery caught on camera shows just how brazen thieves are getting. A video that’s been circulating since Friday evening shows somebody stealing an entire luggage bag’s-worth of alcohol on Friday evening. A thief, dressed in all black, was recorded blatantly putting bottle after bottle […]
The handmaids are finally back, Praise be! Not on TV just yet (sadly), but out around the City of Toronto shooting the next season of Hulu’s Emmy-winning, Margaret Atwood-inspired, futuristic dystopian hit sci-fi series. read more on Blog TO. Lead photo by Adrian Phillips
Adulting is hard, and with the horrendous weather Toronto’s been experiencing the past few weeks, we all need a bit of a pick-me-up. Cue HideSeek, an upcoming pop-up for adults dedicated to all things childhood nostalgia. At 7,000 square-feet, this new maze of of interactive installations will definitely not be as big as Happy Place, but it does […]
Back in their heyday, Led Zeppelin (or more specifically, their hardass and often violent manager Peter Grant) was uncompromising. Albums only. No singles. A 90-10 split with promoters on concert revenues. Merch? Only carefully vetted licensed stuff. And woe to anyone who bootlegged a Zep t-shirt outside a gig. Grant would inevitably want to have […]
Thirty years on from 2 Live Crew being banned by the Beeb, the Guardian picked 20 foul-mouthed, orgiastic outings deemed too scandalous for public consumption. Check out the list here and we offer a sneak peak at number eight