The co-host and co-producer of Don't Get Bored of Us and Leave talks about comedy, Japanese stardom, and submarines.
After 13 years of abandonment, the Shaw Street School is reopening as Artscape Youngplace.
A proposal to build a trio of Gehry-designed high-rises on King Street West may falter because of heritage concerns.
It's Monday, y'all! That means there's a new episode of that one show, but not of the other ones, which will be on later in the week. But one thing we have every day is news, and that's the one thing no one can ever take away from us. Today: a rogue dentist (!) turns himself in to Toronto police; Rob Ford spent the weekend on the American news circuit; Rob Ford parked illegally (!!); and prison authorities entirely failed to inform an inmate's family he had been beaten and was on life support.
In today's Urban Planner: art curators talk about art curation, an improvised Broadway-style musical, and a lot more.
Businessman and professor S.M. Wickett's early effort to form a regional government for the Greater Toronto Area.
...and who you should definitely, entirely avoid.
We checked out the current condition of the former Yonge Street icon.
It's the freakin' weekend, baby, and we can't continue that sentence without paying hefty royalty fees to R. Kelly so continue on your own. For the rest of the day. Whether you want to or not. On to the news! Rob Ford unites city council (against him); Premier Kathleen Wynne wants Rob Ford to get help; the first police officer to face a hearing connected to the 2010 G20 is cleared of wrongful arrest charges; and inequality is threatening to dramatically change life in Toronto.
In this Weekend Planner: a festival of word-based video games, a gluten-free marketplace, and The Leslieville Flea.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
A roundup of all the mayor's latest late-night comedy appearances.
And saving the internet.
Councillors from across the political spectrum have convened a series of special meetings, to debate a series of motions that would strip just about all of Rob Ford's political power.
So now we know what this whole Rob Ford scandal has really been about: yet another attempt to use controversy to catapult a mediocre career into television celebrity. Well, it worked for the Kardashians. In the news: Rob Ford makes everyone feel really gross and still somehow gets a new TV show in the process, the TTC proposes a fair hike, two new studies offer solutions to traffic congestion, and it's time to get your vote on in Toronto Centre.
In today's Urban Planner: an adaptation of August Strindberg's Miss Julie, a concert at the library, and plenty of other things.
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Some of the key policy items councillors debated today, as the mayoral crisis continued.
Adding to existing efforts to curb the mayor's role at City Hall, councillors are now mounting an effort to drastically reduce his budget and redeploy his staff.