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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.
At the third-annual Toronto Garlic Festival, people came together to enjoy their favourite bulb.
In this Weekend Planner: a festival of sweets at Sugar Beach, a music festival in the Junction, and back-to-school comedy.
In today's Urban Planner:
Could the Lovebot be Toronto's next cultural icon? That's the goal of its creator, Matthew Del Degan.
A guided tour through the still-unfinished tunnels of the Spadina Subway Extension.
At the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's first-ever Small Press Fair, Canada's small publishers showed attendees that print is not dead.
City health officials say the problem wasn't with the burger itself.
The cronut burger is officially a public-health menace.
Now on display at the Evergreen Brick Works, a design competition's winners make plain the potential of some unlikely materials.
Epic Burgers and Waffles remains closed while investigators try to determine the source of food-borne illness contracted by CNE visitors.
A video of the view from the CNE's zip line.
We put the cronut burger—and other weird CNE food—to the test.
FIGMENT—an annual festival of strange, participatory art—made its debut appearance in Toronto.