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The first Toronto Urban Roots Festival had some challenges to overcome—rain, camera-shy celebrities—but it soldiered on.
The Regent Park Farmers' Market aims to bring fresh food to a neighbourhood that hasn't always enjoyed many amenities.
There was music and pandemonium at the opening ceremonies of the 25th Toronto Fringe Festival.
The time has come again for theatre, dance, comedy, and who knows what other artistic oddities to descend upon Toronto—it's the Toronto Fringe Festival!
The 2013 Trans Pride March brought Toronto's transexual community together.
Lesbian, bi, and queer women came out in force for this year's Dyke March.
A collection of images from the 2013 Toronto Pride Parade.
Our third annual profiling of some talented performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get quite the attention they deserve.
Queen's Quay West now has two new hangouts for waterfront visitors.
A new photo exhibition at Harbourfront Centre shows off Toronto's unique river system.
We take a look back at this year's edition of Toronto's best music festival.
A group of artists has built a bigger, better claw game.
These dolls, by designers Viktor&Rolf, are one of Luminato 2013's odder attractions.
Shinny dipping at the Trinity Community Recreation Centre.
Toronto's last mayor has just landed himself a sweet new job.
In today's Urban Planner: the first Yonge-Dundas beer garden of the season, Critical Mass, and Hooded Fang releases an album.
The West Don Lands are under heavy redevelopment in preparation for the 2015 Pan Am Games. Now, there's something to show for it.