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In today's Urban Planner: Canadian Music Week kicks off, free chamber music, and Write Club returns.
In today's Urban Planner: an art conference wonders if right now is "too soon," fireworks and baseball at Nerd Nite Toronto, and the Sketch Comedy Festival continues.
A leading local voice on sex positivity talks about how her personal awakening became her career.
A new exhibition opening at the Ontario Science Centre this weekend chronicles the evolution of video games.
This weekend: a bike show rolls into town, create your own game at the annual Board Game Jam, a tribute to Nijinsky, and more.
New to Toronto's comedy scene, Rasmussen is getting ready to show off her signature solo act.
The Wavelength Festival may be a teenager, but this past weekend, it showed no signs of angst.
In her annual report, Crean assesses the state of the relationship between her independent office and the politicians at City Hall.
The logistics of moving a model railroad decades in the making.
The city's top fairness enforcer discusses the nitty-gritty of her high-profile job.
The undead mingled with the living during rush hour.
For the Toronto Police's mounted unit, finding the right horse is a finicky business.
The Ontario Independent Music Archive hopes to provide a permanent, online home for hard-to-find independent recordings.
A local sketch comedy troupe, already known for being large, has just added seven new members.
And he'll probably never even call.
Who in Toronto is going to be huge in 2013? Here are our educated guesses.
At Osgoode Hall, Ford and his lawyers tried once again to save his mayoralty.
Every weekday's end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.