Tuesday Jan. 23, 2018

Arts & Entertainment

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Toronto - Toronto Public Library and representatives from some of Toronto's leading arts and cultural institutions yesterday announced a new partnership designed to significantly expand Torontonians' access to some of the city's greatest arts and cultural institutions.
Toronto - The 32nd Toronto International Film Festival runs September 6 – 15, 2007. Ticket Pass and Package sales begin Monday, July 9, 2007 for VISA cardholders only and Monday, July 16, 2007 for VISA, cash and debit sales.
Toronto – Five films have been added to the lineup for this year's Toronto International Film Festival. These titles join the previously announced 'No Country For Old Men' as part of Special Presentations, showcasing major films, major stars, and major filmmakers.
Toronto - The Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) announced today their first-ever online seat sale designed to offer music fans flexible and affordably priced subscription packages.
Kleinburg - Robert Bateman is one of the world’s most renowned wildlife artists and a leading environmentalist, On September 1st. the McMichael Canadian Art Collection is pleased to present The Art of Robert Bateman, an exhibition celebrating the artist’s work.
Kleinburg - The McMichael Canadian Art Collection announced that its Sunday, September 9th launch of The Art of Robert Bateman retrospective set an all-time record for its own exhibition opening day attendance. 
Toronto - Andrew R. Shaw, President & C.E.O. of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO), announced that after a distinguished 20 year career as the TSO’s Concertmaster, violinist Jacques Israelievitch will step down from his post at the conclusion of the 07/08 season.
Toronto - 2007 Toronto Fringe Festival’s Patron’s Pick, NOW Magazine’s Critic’s Pick and official Best of the Fringe selection now runs until November 4, 2007 at the Diesel Playhouse.
Toronto - The Ontario Science Centre announced today that it recorded its best summer attendance numbers in 10 years, with over 535,000 visitors for the five month period beginning on April 1 and ending August 30, 2007 representing a four per cent increase from 514,000 in 2006.

Hurricane on the Bayou

Toronto - Opening on October 12, 2007 at the Ontario Science Centre’s Shoppers Drug Mart® OMNIMAX® Theatre, Hurricane on the Bayouwill leave audiences with a greater appreciation for the need to restore the city, an understanding to protect the vital wetlands and a respect for the people and their spirit.

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