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Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. Toronto often laments the fact that New York City does things bigger and more lavishly, but this is not one of those times. We didn’t feel the brunt of Hurricane Sandy last night, but high winds did wreak […]
The Powerhouse of Terror The Powerhouse Recreation Centre (65 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive) October 11–30 $20 Jutting up in front of the skyline at 65 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, the aesthetics of the Powerhouse are creepy enough. Built in the early 1930s by patients of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Centre, it bears hallmarks of […]
In September, 2012 there were 72,969 households with active applications on the waiting list for community housing in Toronto [PDF]. Of those, 22,688 are households with dependents, and 22,420 are households with seniors. Nobody at city council today was under any impression they’d be able to solve that problem, though—their goals were more modest: decide […]
The mock graveyards decorating residential lawns this Halloween bear little resemblance to Toronto’s real cemeteries, which, actually, are full of life. As we did last year, over the course of this week, we’ll visit some of the city’s most interesting final resting places. From its small gate entrance along Bayview Avenue, Mount Hope Cemetery doesn’t […]
Believe it or not, music videos still exist. Sound Tracks trolls the internet to find the best and the worst of local artists’ new singles and the good, bad, or otherwise noteworthy visuals that accompany them. It’s a zombietastic time of year, and here we have one of Toronto’s most lively rock bands, The Balconies, […]
Although Toronto is a relatively young city by international standards, we seem to have crammed a decent amount of murder and mayhem into our brief but vivid history. As Halloween draws near, we at Torontoist thought we would draw on a number of online sources (including our own Toronto Ghost Map from last year) to […]
Five of the city’s most promising young comic talents took to the Second City stage as part of the annual Cream of Comedy Show, presented by Second City and The Tim Sims Encouragement Fund. The five acts, consisting of four stand-ups and one sketch duo, were finalists for the 17th Tim Sims Award.
WHERE: 369 Queen Street West, at Soho WHEN: Tuesday October 30, 1:40 a.m. WHAT: Though it happened at the peak of Sandy’s roll through Toronto, officials haven’t yet confirmed the cause of an overnight fire at Queen and Soho. The three-alarm blaze started at about 12:30 a.m.; officials cordoned off the street while they fought […]
In which we highlight key items from the month’s city council meeting. You can also watch it live. City council is meeting today (October 30) and tomorrow (October 31). Here are a few items from this month’s agenda that have been in the news, or should have been. City council will weigh whether or not […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. Brace yourself for some terrible weather. Hurricane Sandy is on its way up the coast, and tonight’s forecast is for rain and high winds. Even Mayor Rob Ford thinks you should exercise caution.
The mock graveyards decorating residential lawns this Halloween bear little resemblance to Toronto’s real cemeteries, which, actually, are full of life. As we did last year, over the course of this week, we’ll visit some of the city’s most interesting final resting places. It seems like a strange location for a graveyard. Tucked within the […]
“The material you provided appears to reflect a much broader mandate for TPH than the mandate TPH itself describes…. I agree it may be interpreted to include increasing public awareness of ‘road and off-road safety’ as part of a broader goal to prevent injury. With that in mind, I retract my public comments regarding Dr. […]
Each week, Now in Rep Cinema compiles the best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements. BREAST FESTVARIOUS DIRECTORSThe Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (506 Bloor Street West) Friday, November 2–Sunday, November 3 CREEPSHOWDIRECTED BY GEORGE A. ROMEROTIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King Street West) Wednesday, October 31, 9:30 p.m. […]