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Phase one of the theatre's renovation project will make the venue more accessible, but not more soundproof.
This modern-day matchmaker takes a personal approach to helping others find love.
Braving the cold for a good cause on New Year's Day.
Torontonians brought unexpected joy to passersby through random acts of giving.
Scientists with the Royal Ontario Museum have identified and named a new species of dinosaur.
The Cavalcade of Lights had some "boos" this year, on top of the usual "oohs" and "ahhs."
There were a familiar-looking RV, some jaunty yellow suits, and a whole lot of fake meth for Breaking Bad fans to enjoy down by the Eaton Centre.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Biking against traffic is now legal—at least, on this one street.
In today's Urban Planner: art curators talk about art curation, an improvised Broadway-style musical, and a lot more.
Updates from City Hall as council decides whether to ask the mayor to apologize and take a leave of absence.
The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair is more dazzling than dusty.
On Sunday, Nathan Phillips Square welcomed 2013's Christmas tree.
Clay and Paper Theatre's puppets return for their annual pre-Halloween stroll.
The Toronto Tool Library's new second location includes a woodworking shop, a makerspace, and kitchen-gadget library.
Starting today, you can go to Toronto's new aquarium if you want to. (As long as you've got 30 bucks.)
In this Weekend Planner: a tour of heritage trees in and around Queen's Park, the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show, and the AGO's David Bowie exhibition continues.
With 3D-printed chocolates and hands-on workshops, the Mini Maker Faire made do-it-yourself culture seem awesome.