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An association rule about transferring student athletes makes it tough for players on the Eastern Commerce Saints to play for strong teams, and could limit their basketball careers.
A handy guide to getting the most out of Pride without breaking your budget.
Early summer's flagship music festival has come and gone. We were there to tell you what you should've seen, and what you were better off missing.
Our MMVA correspondent studies the practiced perfection of red-carpet stars.
We went over the rainbow to check out what this summer's premiere arts extravaganza had to offer.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
The Five Nations of the Iroquois establish villages on the north shore of Lake Ontario in the 1670s, including one near the mouth of the Humber River, at the start of the Toronto Carrying Place.
NXNE kicks off its comedy fest, replete with the medium's "edgy" trappings.
A few under-$20 reasons to keep you reaching for sparkling wine that doesn't suck.
Day two of NXNE has come and gone, and we were all around town to check what the evening had to offer. Here's the rundown.
We examine the body of work from Toronto's most prolific filmmaker.
Dozens try the art of a good giggle.
At Luminato, Daniel MacIvor gets vulnerable for an intimate (and witty) solo show about the troubled American storyteller Spalding Gray.
We cut through the noise, and give our best best for the annual music fest.
The fest-within-the-fest spotlights Amy Winehouse, Brendan Canning, and industrial music.
This year marks the 90th anniversary of the legendary jazz pianist's birth.
Exploring the landscape of the Americas from top to bottom.
It’s not all hair flips and seashell bras; mermaiding is hard work, and one Montrealer is bringing it to Toronto.