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The 11th-annual HarbourKIDS festival delighted children with all sorts of circusy entertainment.
Goodwill generated by rainbow flag-raising in stark contrast to latest controversy surrounding the mayor.
A benefactor from BC helped Toronto's annual 4/20 protest go legit.
Some online poker players lost everything when the United States shut down their game sites. Toronto, it turns out, is providing a very appealing alternative.
The Toronto edition of International Pillow Fight Day brought chaos, hundreds of participants, and a samba band to Nathan Phillips Square.
The Bicycles released a new album Thursday night at Lula Lounge, with special guests Hooded Fang, and The Magic.
In this Weekend Planner: an exhibition of X-Men art, a Passover screening of The Big Lebowski, and a chance to see comedian Pat Thornton.
In today's Urban Planner: a wandering concert with the Lemon Bucket Orchestra, an improv comedy deathmatch, and Shotgun Jimmie releases a record.
We Instagrammed TFC's new in-stadium menu so you never have to.
The OCADU Student Gallery co-ordinators talk about giving a voice to the city's emerging artists.
Why is Canada's oldest multi-venue music festival seen as a weak, sloppy knock-off? We offer six reasons.
A photographic recap of CMW 2013.
The second half of CMW featured a little bit of everything—and by "everything" we mean rowdy jazz, couples crowdsurfing, and terrible awards-show jokes.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
Here's what to see tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. (Although honestly, Sunday is kind of a half-day at best.)
Thursday night will feature African-influenced Francophone pop, a food-obsessed rapper, and Korean punks. What more do you need?
Yesterday was kind of a soft launch. Tonight, Canadian Music Week starts for real.
The award-winning comedy duo is performing in one more show Wednesday night after a successful run at the 2013 Sketch Comedy Festival.