Current presents Twisted the story of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist till February 22nd at Factory Theatre in Toronto.
On Thursday, February 12, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. hosted his annual African-American Heritage Celebration
On February 6, Bob Marley Day was celebrated in Toronto; as part of the celebrations
The 3rd annual Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) aims to encourage the development of the independent film industry and to promote more films on the reality of black people from around the globe.
The beginning of February marks Black History Month. It gives us an opportunity to explore and celebrate the rich African-Canadian history that has helped build our city."
Exactly one decade ago, Toronto music promoter Dalton Higgins produced the first historic Bad Brains Alternative Music Summit
The Pan Am basketball schedule is now online, meaning Team Canada enthusiasts can now buy tickets to watch Canada’s basketball teams take on top competition
Ontario: Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced the Government’s intent to provide continued support to Futurpreneur Canada, a not-for-profit organisation
Two weeks ago, over 600 tourists participated in planting ten acres of ginger in the community of Haddo, in Westmoreland.
Some of the most in-demand tickets for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games are going fast
Scores of people interested in hearing more about The Gates of Edgehill, a private gated housing community in St. Mary, Jamaica,