Studio 180's NSFW satirizes skin mags, while Tarragon's Sextet finds harmony in erotic discord.
New documentary takes a look at nature's most misunderstood bird.
The new EP from the Toronto-based singer and songwriter is dreamy, minimalistic, and darkly experimental.
From dance parties featuring the music of Pat Boone to new health-conscious initiatives, the mall has been serving its south Etobicoke community since 1956.
Da Mao somersaults, rolls around, and generally frolics in a frenzy of snow appreciation.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
The festival, devoted to Toronto's inner-city communities, celebrates its 12th year with emerging local talents as well as Canadian and international hits.
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.
Father Christmas and his entourage made their way from Christie Pits to the St. Lawrence Market on Sunday.
Volunteer fireman William Thornton is fatally injured in a November 1848 blaze.
Letterforms become visual art at Swash & Serif, on now at the Black Cat Gallery.
In this modern vampire tale, a very poorly disguised Toronto becomes a very bloody New York City.
Tapestry Opera's artistic director Michael Mori talks about marrying opera with food in the Distillery District.
Two recently opened plays, Actors Repertory Company's Moment and Soup Can Theatre's Circle Jerk, make for intimate theatre-going experiences.
Sometimes judging a record by its album art is the best idea in the universe.
Reluctant landlords and unmet fundraising goals prevented Toronto's cutest cafés from launching.
To mark Remembrance Day in 1948, the department store erected a memorial to fallen employees.
Spoon River and The Four Horsemen Project turn classic and avant-garde poems into thrilling theatre.