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Torontoist previews the week ahead on your television (or computer screen).
A controversial church, the wrongful prosecution of four Texas lesbians, and look at a TV icon.
Our Hot Docs weekend picks span intimate portraits of autistic men with rare talents and a look at a remote First Nations territory in British Columbia.
How a film about Jewish Russian immigrants to the city helped one writer meditate on her own assimilation.
What it’s like to be Black in Toronto, told through pixels.
Anne Michaels wants your voice to be heard.
Jordan Tannahill’s audacious pair of one-act plays brings Canadian Stage's season to a blazing conclusion.
Whatever it takes, I know I can make it to these locations.
Hot Docs livens your weekend with films about the migrant worker crisis in Canada, the eerie but possibly hopeful future signalled by new reproductive technologies, and a compulsive bus hijacker who only wants to get his passengers to their destination safely.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings.
The unravelling of a democratic star, the rules of Holocaust humour, the career of film legend Brian De Palma, and the bizarre world of competitive endurance tickling—here's what's coming up at Hot Docs.
Kicking off Hot Docs with nonfiction films about the grand dames of burlesque, a colour guard concert organized by David Byrne, and a campus shooting in Texas from 1966.
Honestly? We just assumed the TTC was not overly concerned with streetcars arriving on time.
Turns out Toronto was more interested in the Material Girl than getting into the groove.
#ICYMI, a roundup of noteworthy musical happenings in the city some call The 6ix.
Michael Coren reflects on his coming out as pro-gay in his latest book.
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto.