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Last year, the Wynn Group submitted a proposal to tear down the Silver Dollar Room and the Hotel Waverly (which we toured in 2013), and replace them with a 22-storey building that would accommodate a brand-new Silver Dollar on the ground floor, a fitness club, and 20 floors of privatized student housing. Yesterday, the Toronto […]
Guess what? The word “fermenting” doesn’t always mean “wine.” Now that we’ve dashed those hopes, allow us to tell you about a cool event that aims to get you healthier (rather than hungover). Marni Wasserman’s Fermenting for Dummies workshop covers everything from how fermented foods affect your digestion to how you can incorporate these ingredients […]
Click on any icon on the map to learn more about the incident that occurred there. For a while last year, it looked like Toronto would continue to see lower rates of traffic-related deaths. From 2009 to 2012, the city had reduced its number of traffic fatalities significantly, and it seemed like those rates had […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. It’s always nice to come across a positive and uplifting TTC story, especially in light of all those other recent TTC stories involving cold-stricken streetcars and service delays. So here goes: after a woman left her purse […]
After months of rumours following Sears Canada’s decision to close its Eaton Centre store, Nordstrom announced this morning that it will open at the corner of Yonge and Dundas. Scheduled to open in the fall of 2016, the high-end American retailer plans a three-floor department store; it’ll take up one-third of the space shoppers enjoyed […]
The Acting Up Stage Company brings the French Antilles to Toronto audiences with its new musical, Once On This Island. Set to an exuberant Caribbean score, we see the gods test the dark-skinned Ti Moune by sending her on a quest after she falls in love with a higher-class, light-skinned man.
Hot on the heels of the Evolution exhibit, OCAD University is hosting A Conversation Between David Cronenberg and Piers Handling. TIFF’s Chief Executive Officer will interview the iconic Canadian filmmaker about relationships between art, cinema, and architecture.
Operating a food truck in Toronto can be a complicated business: you’re not allowed to set up shop in the majority of Toronto streets; you can’t work for longer than 10 minutes in a privately owned parking lot; you can’t settle yourself in a side street; and you’re forbidden from selling your wares within 25 […]
The Canadian Alliance of Film & Television Costume Arts & Design (CAFTCAD) brings actress Susan Claassen’s one-woman show, A Conversation With Edith Head, to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre for a short weekend run. These days, Head is probably best known as the inspiration for Edna Mode in The Incredibles, but the costume designer clothed […]
TV movies are a sticky business, folks. Quality-wise, they tend to range from “ew” to “that was surprisingly not-terrible!” Most are unremarkable in any way except in that (as you will see) they provide a fun opportunity to see some of our finest stars of stage and screen appearing in weird, random roles. We’re going […]
We’ve got our first contender for a major election issue this year: the future of Scarborough transit. David Soknacki, a former Scarborough councillor who served as David Miller’s cross-the-aisle pick for a conservative budget chief, is now running for mayor, and in his first major policy announcement, he said that he wants to bring back […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. Who among us has not at some point mused: “What this city needs is a gondola of the sky.” Well, sensible, gondola-loving people, there is a company the Star refers to as “fledgling and mysterious” that is […]