The Siminovitch Prize-winning director Chris Abraham teaches us how to play the game.
Eclectic production, '50s-inspired vocals, and heartache from one of Toronto's most interesting young singers.
Still no snow, and halfway through November? Prairie transplants all over the city must be growing more uncomfortable by the day. In the news: a longtime breakfast program for homeless men may close soon; forget Rob Ford, because Bill Blair went on a fishing trip last year; proposed new rules for taxis; Bixi may be safe in Toronto; and, yes, Rob Ford.
In today's Urban Planner: the former Maple Leaf Gardens gets a historical plaque, Regent Park hosts its own film festival, and Evil Dead The Musical continues.
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New limits on smoking in public spaces, a $2.6-billion plan for community housing, and other votes from City Hall.
A letter from the parade's co-chair says the mayor's presence would be a "distraction."
The long-running festival showcases films for and about the residents of Canada's largest public housing project.
Three quarters of respondents say Mayor Rob Ford has to go, one way or another.
Toronto does a rare turn as America's Dairyland—and, more importantly, kickstarts a rom-com franchise.
Updates from City Hall as council decides whether to ask the mayor to apologize and take a leave of absence.
Here's what city council will be debating at this month's meeting.
At what age does it become socially unacceptable to stay in your pyjamas all day? In the news: Rob Ford is likely going to have a rough day, enjoy a side of sinkhole with your broken water main, government contracts are awarded for both the Eglinton Crosstown LRT and Ontario Place, Nuit Blanche is raking in the dough, and a real invisibility cloak.
In today's Urban Planner: a musical fundraiser for the High Park Nature Centre, the FireWorks theatre showcase, and Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Extreme Focus & Reflections by 3B Photography
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
If you want a secondhand bobblehead of Mayor Rob Ford, be prepared to pay hundreds of dollars.
Two design firms will collaborate on a new 7.5-acre public park at Ontario Place.
Christine Love will introduce beginners to text-centred game-making at the WordPlay festival.
The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair is more dazzling than dusty.