Vanity Fair Portraits at the Royal Ontario Museum brings together almost 150 iconic photographs from the magazine’s vintage and modern periods. Both fans of photography and celebrity buffs will enjoy a glamorous history of portraiture that feature such luminaries as Tom Cruise, Madonna, Ernest Hemingway and Cary Grant along with works by master photographers that include Edward Steichen and today’s Annie Leibovitz.
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The Toronto-Niagara Bike Train is more than just a way for people to travel to one of Canada’s most popular visitor destinations. It’s become a sustainable tourism and transportation initiative that’s growing in leaps and bounds and is now offering new products and tours that will keep locals, international tourists and of course, bike enthusiasts cycling all over Ontario.
The Art Gallery of Ontario’s transformation is almost complete, and insiders promise it will be impressive. Linda Milrod, who is both Senior Project Manager Program & Design and Installation Director for the AGO spoke to Radio Out and Out about what people can expect when the gallery re-opens on November 14, ’08. She also provides unique insight into why Frank Gehry was chosen as architect and details of his long-time relationship with Toronto.
Great programming, fall colours and a chance to get “out-of-town” for the weekend make this annual Out and Out Club event one of the more popular of the season. It features a host of indoor and outdoor activities – with all events run by the attendees. So if you’re coming to Mansfield or thinking about it, have a listen to Joel Rotstein who, along with Frank Chester have been running the Mansfield weekend for the last 14 years. Continue reading →
The Out and Out Club wants its members to have a blast at this year’s Pride festivities. And if three very resourceful volunteers have anything to do with it, the Out and Out club is sure to make a splash. Radio Out and Out met with the team that’s spearheading the club’s participation at this year’s celebrations. This podcast isn’t just a sneak peak at Pride festivities – it’s a “how-to” for all club members and a chance to be part of the action. Continue reading →
Billed as one of the best ways to kick off your summer vacation, the annual one-day Boston to Provincetown bicycle ride (June 21) has been attracting a lot of people over the years, including a number of Out and Out members. Radio Out and Out met with Cheryl and Hollie who both took part in last year’s event and plan on going again this year.
The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre is the last operating double-decker theatre in the world. It’s also a link to Toronto’s rich theatrical past. The Elgin is opulent and sophisticated, but it’s the Winter Garden, seven stories above that steals the show. Radio Out and Out met with Tony King, President of the Centre’s Volunteer Executive Committee who gave us wonderful insight into one of the city’s hidden treasures. There’s also info on an upcoming tour of the venue with Out and Out members on May 10, ’08. Continue reading →