With the fall arts season well underway, there are plenty of opportunities to get your art, theatre or film fixes. Here are three to consider.
Art: Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters, Toronto
The Art Gallery of Ontario’s latest exhibit (on until Jan. 7) dives into the imagination of Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (known for films such as Hellboy and Pan’s Labyrinth). At Home with Monsters features about 500 pieces, many from del Toro’s own art and props collection.
Theatre: M. Butterfly, New York City
Love, intrigue, betrayal—it’s all coming to Broadway’s Cort Theatre this month during the revival of M. Butterfly. The 1988 Tony Award-winning play, which officially opens on Oct. 26, stars Clive Owen as a French diplomat who falls in love with an opera singer in China, only to discover that not everything is as it seems.
Film: Screamfest, Los Angeles
Get ready for 10 days of blood and gore at Screamfest (Oct. 10 to 19). Now in its 17th year, the United States’ largest horror film festival is screening dozens of macabre, spooky and downright terrifying films from around the world at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood.
Raw Food Restaurants that Serve Brownies, Spring Rolls, Lasagna and More
Welcome to the raw food movement, where the healthy, whole ingredients in each dish are fermented, sprouted or gently cooked to no more than about 48°C (118°F). Here are five places that celebrate "living foods" in Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, Toronto and London.
5 North American Spas With Treatments and Perks for Men
With men now hitting spas in greater numbers, hotel and day spas are specifically catering to this growing crowd with a range of male-centric treatments and perks like craft beer and big screen televisions. Here are six spas in Toronto, Scottsdale, New York City, Quebec and Ottawa that men will appreciate.