Spring has not yet sprung, but by the end of March, it will have! Here’s our list of cultural entertainments to keep you busy while you weather the slush and wait for the showers: http://natpo.st/15TKB7o
The new year may have just begun, but it’s never too soon to start planning your daily cultural outings and intakes. Click the image above for our day-by-day guide to the best in film, TV, music and more for January 2013. Get moving — it’s cold out there: natpo.st/WlnFWN
Not ready to say goodbye to 2012? Too bad! Celebrate the last days of the year the world was supposed to end (and might still, but probably won’t) with our list of suggested cultural entertainments: natpo.st/SvKGa1
The “mistake” was made by a sixth century monk known as Dionysius Exiguus or in English Dennis the Small, the Pontiff says in the book Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives.
“The calculation of the beginning of our calendar — based on the birth of Jesus — was made by Dionysius Exiguus, who made a mistake in his calculations by several years,” the Pope writes in the book, which went on sale around the world with an initial print run of a million copies. “The actual date of Jesus’s birth was several years before.” (AP Photo/L’Osservatore Romano)
We’re just going to tell it like it is: October is the last month of tolerable weather before the winter chill starts to set in. With that in mind, here’s an activity list to keep you going before it’s time to hibernate! Click the image for a full-size version! (Illustration by Peter Diamond)
The leaves may be turning and the kids may be heading back to school, but the arts scene really kicks into high gear in September (case in point: TIFF, coming soon to a Toronto near you). We’ve compiled our picks for your early autumn culture kicks above. Click the calendar to see a full-size version! Illustration by Sami Viljanto
The April showers are behind us, and you know what that means: It’s time to look at the cultural happenings for May 2012! Click on our guide for daily highlights in movies, TV, music and more. Sure, there are flowers out there, but you don’t have to spend every day looking at them!
From the Genies to Top Chef Canada; Mad Men to MDNA; and The Hunger Games to Game of Thrones, March is a veritable smorgasbord of pop-cultural delights. Don’t believe us? Click on the calendar for our day-to-day guide to keeping yourself busy during the final thaw.
If you thought the next 28 29 days were all about looking forward to Valentine’s Day and then coming down from it, you were wrong! There are concerts, album releases, film premieres and more! Presenting our guide to Leap-Month 2011.
The year is coming to a close, so all the more reason to pack the last month of 2011 with all sorts of great stuff. And if you’re at a loss as to what exactly that great stuff should be, we’ve got you covered — just click the calendar above for a day-by-day activity guide to December 2011!
The Month Ahead: November With no snow on the ground (yet!) to entice you out of your home for skiing, skating and other cold-weather entertainments, it can be tough to muster up any get-up-and-go in November. Luckily, we’ve compiled a month of activities to keep you busy until holiday season is in full swing. Bundle up! Illustration by Katherine Verhoeven