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Goldstruck – Where the coffee is RICH!

Bloor-Yorkville certainly struck gold a few years ago when a new coffeehouse opened adjacent to the Village of Yorkville Park. Since then, local coffee-lovers and visitors alike have filled the café to warm their bellies with the “liquid gold” that Goldstruck promises to deliver. Located at 130 Cumberland Street, Goldstruck is a unique café, in […]

Uncle Otis: A Curator of Timeless Streetwear

by Ozman Omar photos by @norrstudio If you’re looking for that everlasting style in men’s fashion, look no further than Uncle Otis, a menswear boutique located at 26 Bellair Street. The store, which first opened in 1991, has musical roots. The original owner is English keyboardist and former member of the rock band The Cure, Roger […]

A Walk Down Memory Lane – Bloor-Yorkville Icefest

Since its inception, Bloor-Yorkville Icefest has enticed approximately 500,000 visitors to the neighbourhood! An impressive number for an event that began in 2000, as a small ice sculpting contest at Bloor-Yorkville’s popular restaurant, Sassafraz. Collaborating with the Bloor-Yorkville BIA, Sassafraz handed over the reins of the event, and in 2005 we had our first Bloor-Yorkville […]

Gardiner Museum to present Yoko Ono: THE RIVERBED

The Gardiner Museum is pleased to present a three-part installation by Yoko Ono entitled THE RIVERBED. Yoko Ono is a forerunner of Conceptual art, frequently involving collaboration, audience participation, and social activism in her artwork. The exhibition runs from February 22 to June 3, 2018. Visitors will mend broken porcelain cups as part of Yoko Ono’s […]

Retail Redevelopment Proposed for 101 Yorkville Avenue

Originally posted January 8, 2018 | by Nathan Petryshyn | Urban Toronto The City of Toronto has received a proposal for the redevelopment of 101 Yorkville Avenue. The site currently contains a 1978 3.5 storey modernist commercial building, well known for its large setback from Yorkville Avenue and multi-level architecture—including street-facing retail ether half a flight above or […]