A new documentary is poised to make the enigmatic Toronto mural artist RUNT as well-known as his style.
Too many cooks? Not at all—Amy Rosen gets Toronto's superstar chefs to share their secrets.
The complete retrospective features new 35-mm prints and introductions from film scholars.
Project: Humanity's verbatim theatre piece examining homophobia and racism—and the ways they intersect— steps boldly outside the format's usual bounds.
Canadian Stage's The Other Place turns a case of dementia into a psychological thriller.
One of a series of projects that transformed the face of Bloor and Yonge during the 1970s.
At his lecture on Monday, Art Spiegelman traced the graphic history of free speech from Mad Magazine to the Charlie Hebdo slayings.
Proof that Toronto's hip-hop scene is in a very good way.
We revisit the club that brought nightlife to the deepest edge of downtown, welcomed legends like the Ramones and Beastie Boys, and transformed resident DJ Chris Sheppard into a globe-trotting superstar.
Public spaces are for making public scenes, and these cosplayers made the most of City Hall on Saturday.
Toronto's Lemon Bucket Orkestra brings the 2014 Ukrainian revolution vividly to life in new immersive play, Counting Sheep.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
Hollywood actor Sterling Hayden gets busted for hashish at Toronto International Airport.
When Target Canada announced its demise, nostalgia for Zellers ensued.
Diane Flacks’s Waiting Room finds drama in neonatal medicine, while Rick Miller's Boom chronicles a generation.
An upcoming photo exhibit tells the stories of homeless people from the downtown east side.
Believe it or not, these four flicks were shot here—even if they don't show us all that much of our city.