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Ballet star Rex Harrington injured in dog attack

Pop Goes The News — Canadian ballet icon Rex Harrington is recovering after being mauled inside his home Sunday by one of his dogs.

Harrington, 53, was rushed to hospital following the bloody attack with injuries to his face, an arm and a leg. 217 more words


A Splendid Last Hurrah: S.F. Ballet's Eugene Onegin

Santo Loquasto’s atmospheric setting for the Pushkin-inspired ballet Eugene Onegin started its brief run April 30 at San Francisco’s Opera House where it will close San Francisco Ballet’s 2016 spring season May 8. 1,450 more words

The National Ballet of Canada

La Sylphide

Reviewed April 7, 2016

NAC Southam Hall, Ottawa

(Repeat performances through to April 9, 8 p.m.)

La Sylphide is one of those ballets always worth watching. 366 more words


Romeo and Juliet

As promised, a post on my very exciting foray into the classy and cultural world of ballet! Ballet is very cool these days. No longer a pastime for old people with monocles, ballet is an art form that can be enjoyed by anyone, as well as a graceful and beautiful display of athleticism! 738 more words


The Irish of Hats

13 march 2016 – I do not mean to get caught up in Toronto’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. I am dodging & weaving my way along the crowded Queen St. 150 more words


Ads on the TTC


It could take up to a few seconds for the next streetcar, TTC bus, or subway train to arrive. It can also take up to a few minutes or more.  731 more words


The National Ballet of Canada

Being and Nothingness

A dance film featuring National Ballet of Canada prima ballerina Greta Hodgkinson in a solo work that reflects 20th century French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential philosophy, has been released this month. 205 more words