The Elixir of Love. The strength of this particular elixir is that it’s a character-based, romantic comedy, filled with a very fun and happy score. There’s heartache and longing and it’s all brought to life by Gaetano Donizetti’s thoughtful capacity to create beautiful melodic hooks.
Canadian Opera Company’s Season Opener, Arabella: A comedy of errors with girls dressed as boys, mistaken identities, family scandal and trouble caused by the passing on of a key.
Looking for some authentic Mexican street food in Toronto? Head over to Mi Taco on Queen Street, and besides good food, you'll be greeted by the sounds of feel good, make-you-tap-your-feet Latin music.
On self-love and body shaming. I’m a mother of two. I *hate* my stretch marks and I’d love to lose several inches off of my thighs and transplant them to my butt.
Gina Yashere commands the laughs for JFL42. With more things on the go than ever, including tours, stand-up specials and a gig on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, this comic is always busy.