CDC says fully vaccinated Americans can spend time together indoors and unmasked. Temporary Closure. The Z SA will be temporarily closed for the following Days. March 8th, March 9th,
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Thirty-five years after the raids, we head back into Toronto's bathhouses—and get breakfast. Follow the smell of chlorine down an alleyway in the Church-Wellesley Village, pass through a set of heavy metal doors and up a flight of stairs, and there is Steamworks. Go a few blocks south and there is Spa Xcess. There is the Oasis Aqualounge, which also markets itself to heterosexuals.
Photo by Roberto Machado Noa, Getty. Toronto's Pride Parade on Sunday was an historic success. An estimated million revellers were joined by, for the first time, a sitting prime minister as photos of a grinning, rainbow Canadian flag-waving Justin Trudeau conveyed the message that Canada is officially inclusive. That became clear at the outraged reaction, in person , on social media and in old-timey media , to the sit-in by Black Lives Matter Toronto, a protest that lasted about 25 minutes after which their demands were met by Pride Toronto organizers and the parade progressed. Twenty-five minutes is about the length of time we wait through commercials and trailers for a movie to start.