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OVO x Blue Jays x New Era


OVO drops one of the biggest collaborations our city has ever seen! October’s Very Own x Toronto Blue Jays x New Era announce the release of their 59FIFTY OVOFEST limited edition fitted baseball cap. The hat is 100% polyester (woven) and includes the official Jays logo on the front, New Era tonal logo on the side, with a commemorative OVO ChromaFlex Patch on the other side.


For more info: octobersveryown.blogspot.ca


P.Reign x A$AP ROCKY (Video)

Toronto’s P.Reign drops a video with New York’s A$AP ROCKY for “We Them Niggas”, off his “Dear America” project. The mixtape was originally slated to be released July 4th, but got pushed back for a variety of reasons. Check out what P.Reign has to say about the video, collaborations and the mixtape in an interview on Much Music (video below).

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Deconstruction (Video)

“Deconstruction” is a film about overbuilding and preservation by Toronto skate production house Street Feet. The film features some top riders in the city including Cory Wozney, Will Baigent, Malcom Yarde (and many more) skating their way through Toronto’s construction sites.


For more info: facebook.com/streetfeetskateboarding

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Muttonhead – Spring/Summer 2013


Muttonhead presents “Good Sport, Eh”, their Spring/Summer 2013 Collection “strongly influenced by the 1970′s sporting culture and style.” This season the collection is made up of 10z denim, corduroy, coated linen, cotton twill, french terry and recycled hemp with classic sportswear cuts and modern shapes. Check out their look-book which is partially composed of a series of vintage style baseball cards.






For more info: muttonheadcollective.com

Posted by Jessica Franklin

Previously: Muttonhead – “Great Exploration” Collection

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Click That ‘Hood


Click That ‘Hood is a new game from Code for America that tests your Toronto neighbourhood knowledge. There are two different options to play. The first option allows you to play against the clock while trying to select 20 random neighbourhoods throughout the city. The second option is a little more difficult, as it challenges you to try and identify 139 neighbourhoods. Good Luck!


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Reggae Or Not


Beth Lesser’s exhibit “Reggae or Not: The Birth of Dancehall Culture in Jamaica & Toronto” is an important look at the evolution of reggae music during the 1970s and 80s. During this time she travelled extensively between Jamaica and Toronto documenting the music scene as it became popular in places like Toronto’s Kensington Market, Little Jamaica’s Eglinton Ave West and St. Clair Ave East. Dancehall music grew in popularity not only because of Jamaican immigrants and reggae enthusiasts, but from the help of community radio stations like CKLN who broadcasted Jamaica’s “Reggae Showcase”.

The exhibit runs until February 28th at the Gladstone Hotel with live music, panel discussions and film nights.




For more info CLICK HERE.

Posted by Tahnee Pantig

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Local unisex brand Muttonhead is set to showcase their “Great Exploration” Collection at the Capsule show in NYC this week. If you’re not able to attend the show, don’t worry, we’ve included some images just for you.

Classic Dress Shirt made with Recycled Hemp

Reverse Pocket Tee made with Recycled Polyester and Organic Cotton

Baseball Pant made with Recycled Hemp | Utility Dress Shirt (Blue Stripe) made with Linen and Organic Cotton

Two Tone Crewneck (Black/Charcoal) Poly Cotton Blend

Field Jacket made with Wool

All garments are manufactured in Toronto.

For more info: muttonheadcollective.com

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Beautiful City: Billboard Tax

You might remember our post back in April ’09, about the “Beautiful City” initiative. It aims to implement a “Billboard Tax” that holds advertisers accountable for their impact on public spaces. Implementation of the bylaw/tax would increase arts funding in Toronto while opening access to different forms of expression in our public spaces.

Recently the Supreme court of Canada upheld the billboard tax unlocking one of the last barriers to increased funding for the arts in Toronto. This billboard tax was first proposed to the city in 2001 during the Creative City Youth Consultations as a way to enhance art in the public realm and empower diverse voices.

Tonight inside City Hall, artists, city councillors and young people from across the GTA held an art rally in support of the idea of using the billboard tax to rejuvenate arts and culture in Toronto.

It’s still not too late to get involved!

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