In today's Urban Planner: prix-fixe deliciousness, an improv showdown, and one of Toronto's breakout bands.
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In a recent speech at the Board of Trade, mayoral candidate David Soknacki floated several ideas for economic stimulus and fiscal responsibility in Toronto.
If approved, the $1.4-billion project known as "the Well" would create a new neighbourhood on nearly eight acres of land.
Premier Wynne announces that the minimum wage will rise to $11 an hour, but some say that's not enough.
Ken Gass, former artistic director of Factory Theatre, kicks off his new company with a morbid yet touching play about death and mourning.
A production with sleaze, glamour, music, and a message.
So I finally listened to a Justin Bieber song. In retrospect it was a really poor life decision. In the news: council approves a 2.23-per-cent property tax increase, a new development at Front and Spadina could revitalize the area in a creative way, trying to declare war on sandwich board signage, and The Biebs is charged with assault.
In today's Urban Planner: a painting workshop for beginners, exhibitions for art lovers, and the Super Bowl of comedy.
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Kathy Ford's former partner, Scott MacIntyre, maintains he was beaten over threats to expose the mayor's drug use and criminal associates.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Indie rock/punk hybrid the '92 Blue Jays show a lot of potential on two-song EP.
The creator of the Toronto Dreams Project celebrates our musical legacy online—and in bathrooms across the city.
Handcrafting a career where art, community, and commerce meet.
Historic building defies gravity on concrete stilts while construction goes on below it.
Blood flows in the streets of Toronto when a horror remake comes to town.
If life were a '90s soap opera, this would be the point I would like my character to get stuck on a tiny island paradise. When winter passes, I would be rescued and return to life…as my own evil twin. In the news: As Rob Ford visits one community housing apartment to check on the status of unit repairs another building languishes with no heat or hot water, more water main breaks than usual this winter, last year there were 700 known suicide attempts by TDSB students, and a high school class ring lost in 1979 seeks its rightful owner.