If you made a movie of this column, there's a good chance it would look an awful lot like Don McKellar's 2004 flick, Childstar.
Local funnyman and SiriusXM Next Top Comic competitor Chris Locke talks about the JFL42 festival, and how marriage has (and hasn't) changed his act.
Here's all the news that fits today: the reported seller of the infamous alleged video of the mayor is in the news again, Ford stymies some councillors at another committee meeting vote, a Richmond Hill councillor has an invitation for Quebec physicians, and you can get in your retail therapy during an ever-increasing number of hours.
In today's Urban Planner: a documentary about an environmental activist who uses some unusual tactics, a vampire-themed book launch, and The Best Brothers opens at Tarragon Theatre.
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The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.
"We’re the only level of government that’s putting money on the table. So we need to get moving."
Student photography takes over one of Toronto's best-known public art venues.
Every Sunday, Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, host The City, a two-hour talk show on Newstalk 1010. We listen so you don't have to.
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.
Could the Lovebot be Toronto's next cultural icon? That's the goal of its creator, Matthew Del Degan.
Journalists Chrystia Freeland and Linda McQuaig will run against each other in the upcoming Toronto Centre by-election.
Here's the news: Toronto councillors continue to grapple with the province's Scarborough subway plans, Bombardier tests its new "whisper jets," police investigate a sexual assault that happened at TIFF, and the Leafs win a preseason game.
In today's Urban Planner: zombie theatre, a fundraiser for Small Print Toronto, and the final round of an improv tournament.
Dramatic fog over Toronto by Richard Gottardo
Steve McQueen’s acclaimed drama joins films by Alan Zweig, Sion Sono, and Jehane Noujaim as this year’s award winners.
In which the red carpet loosens up for the festival's closing weekend.