Newly installed sculptures at the SONY CENTRE for the PERFORMING ARTS, 1 Front Street East
MONTREAL apologizes to TORONTO for the noise. Our neighbouring city celebrates its 375th year in 2017, and we’re invited to join the party, which may get loud at times. This cheeky advert is popping up around T.O.
“Dear neighbours from Toronto and New York, we’re turning 375 in 2017 so we’ll be celebrating all year!” reads the message. For full details go to http://www.joinmontreal375.com
The tallest Christmas tree in town – if not the country – is at the Eaton Centre. It stands 108 feet.
They’re at the gates! Site of YORKVILLE’s Purple Onion Coffee House in the 1960’s (Yorkville Ave. @ Avenue Road) is being eyed by a developer who wants to erect a 30-storey condo tower. “There couldn’t be anything more alarming,” said MARY MACDONALD, a planner and manager of heritage preservation services for the city.
A striking work of art in the lobby of the new Deloitte building on King Street West at Yonge. Actually it’s one of two giant mosaics created by artist MICAH LEXIER. 1.6-million separate ceramic sticks were made by 30 people over several months, and then painstakingly assembled. “The challenge was to make a (piece) that could be seen by driving by, but that would also work up-close.” – the artist. It certainly does all of the above.