The Just for Cats: Internet Cat Video Festival brings us the red carpet event we've all been waiting for.
Easter Monday! Where are we at with Jesus' resurrection today? It's hard to remember what happens on which day when you've stopped going to church. In the news: four fire trucks will be retiring from service, University of Toronto faculty are contemplating unionization, and a teen's case of homophobic discrimination will be heard by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
In today's Urban Planner: a Monty Python Easter, and a multi-media comedy performance.
Oronhyatekha built the Independent Order of Foresters and the tallest building in Toronto.
Good Saturday! Right? Or is it just Saturday? But every Saturday is a good Saturday, amiright? Anyway, here's some news: a photographer is nearly finished an ambitious Toronto-based project, Olivia Chow's campaign deletes the most Facebook comments, and GO stations are trying to meet customers' food and drink needs.
In this Weekend Planner: Record Store Day, a Vatican mystery, and a live poetry showdown.
Les Demoiselles de Queen West.
Last night, Toronto's embattled mayor launched his re-election bid surrounded by hundreds of supporters.
Because if you haven't already, you really should jump on that bandwagon now.
Ah, Easter weekend. A wonderful time for Christians to celebrate Jesus, and non-Christians to celebrate that Jesus gives them extra time off work. In the news: Olivia Chow releases anti-Ford attack ad, expect more city blackouts in the future, and get ready for an early summer election (maybe).
In today's Urban Planner: a theatrical spring fling, a solo show for a good cause, and the sounds of the '90s.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
And he's not the first: for decades, people have dreamed of commuting via Lake Ontario.
Erin Shield's new drama about the sex trade industry explores compelling ideas but is undermined by an implausible premise.
Councillor will campaign to replace Olivia Chow in upcoming by-election.
For many marginalized Canadians, the former provincial and federal politician will be associated with neglect and lost opportunities.
Expert Derek Quenneville introduces patrons to 3D printing at the Toronto Reference Library.
So, on Monday a Nebraska toddler got stuck in one of those claw-style toy vending machine games. No, you read that right. That actually happened. In slightly less awesome news: Open Streets will happen this summer, a new zoning law could allow small businesses to open up within apartment towers, electronic joints may not be safe to smoke, and the who’s who of city councillors running for re-election this fall.
In today's Urban Planner: men and boys discuss violence against women, Ophelia and Desdemona revisited, and discopaths.