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Weekend panel on art's gender disparity points the finger everywhere except patriarchy.
A new drone video offers a different view of High Park.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
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Monday! Here's some news: Scotiabank has left a sizeable hole in Buskerfest's coffers, police want victims to report fraud, and University of Toronto Schools has almost locked down its building for the next five decades.
With the Jays knocked out of the playoffs, Stacey May Fowles writes about a great Jays season, and win or lose, why we care so deeply.
During the 1970s, crowds gathered on Yonge Street on Halloween to engage in homophobic revelry.
It's over, but that Blue Jays season was really something, wasn't it? In the news: John Tory's first year in office, elementary school report cards amid labour action, and unions being paid.
A comedy showcase has its finale, but the awards will continue, including new ones supported by Second City.
Ontario wines are coming of age, but the restaurant industry has been slow to respond.
Launching on Sunday, the book offers a fictionalized version of a landmark Toronto labour struggle.
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A new project by artist Karen Campos Castillo pays homage to six Blue Jays players and their gift to Latinx visibility.
A memorial for Sammy Yatim.
Now, this is a headline: "Hillary Clinton, helped by yoga, sails through Benghazi hearing." Wow. In the news today: SmartTrack is still a mystery, carding may soon be illegal, and footage of Sammy Yatim's death.