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Emily Pohl-Weary's new novel, Not Your Ordinary Wolf Girl, is the story of a teenage girl dealing with both sudden fame and lycanthropy.
Digital versions of popular magazines are free for the taking on TPL's website.
At the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's first-ever Small Press Fair, Canada's small publishers showed attendees that print is not dead.
Here's one way of prolonging the lives of urban payphones.
Five works made the shortlist for the 39th edition of the annual Toronto Book Awards.
Pop-culture essayist Chuck Klosterman preached to his choir at the Gladstone Hotel.
Toronto Public Library has revealed the titles of items people complained about in 2012.
When Frank O'Connor launched his candy chain a century ago, he saw its ideals embodied in the War of 1812 heroine.
In Meet Grindr, author Jaime Woo writes that the gay hookup app doesn't get the respect it deserves.
The best of the best in automatically dispensed goods.
One of Toronto's greatest book lovers, Nicholas Hoare, is retiring.
A new book by longtime columnist Edward Keenan suggests diversity is Toronto's strength, and engagement its saviour.
Charting the development of a city that's still just a few years old.
A new exhibit spotlights the Toronto Public Library's Arthur Conan Doyle collection.
Nominated for: supporting independent graphic arts for 25 years.
The author shocked an audience of literati with his appearance at a PEN Benefit on December 7, 1992.
A new book looks at what hip-hop's "Macolm Gladwellian outlier" means for the genre, and for Toronto.
Sam Sutherland, author of the new book Perfect Youth: The Birth of Canadian Punk, says punk bands of the late 1970s created alternative culture in Canada.