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March 2012 Blog Posts (3)

The Tennessee Project

Hi Leslievillers!

I'm a project director for a theatre festival called The Tennessee Project. The project involves nine independent theatre companies who are performing seven shows of Tennessee Williams' one-acts in seven different neighbourhoods in Toronto in seven days. The plays rotate, so that there's a new play in every neighbourhood each night.

One of our neighbourhoods is Leslieville. We will be performing at the Curzon May…


Added by Daiva Johnston on March 30, 2012 at 5:01pm — No Comments


Although the City of Toronto does nothing to clean the laneways and maintain them, I might be suggesting that this neighborhoud get together to start some of kind of activity to either upkeep, repair and maintain these areas which are quickly becoming eyesores.  Never mind the situation with dogs eating potential dangerous foods and dying, these laneways are extensions of the streets and our backyards.  I am amazed at the people feel that they can leave trash hanging around; fence doors…


Added by Andre Gratton on March 3, 2012 at 4:39am — 1 Comment

Project Update: 365 Things in 365 Days

We've nearly accomplished 50 to-do's from our list since starting this crazy project in early January. Last week Global News visited us for an interview at our Degrassi Street home office. Check out the interview below. 

You can tap into the project at any time by visiting our blog.…


Added by Labspace Studio on March 2, 2012 at 8:48am — No Comments

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