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In Meet Grindr, author Jaime Woo writes that the gay hookup app doesn't get the respect it deserves.
The best of the best in automatically dispensed goods.
One of Toronto's greatest book lovers, Nicholas Hoare, is retiring.
A new book by longtime columnist Edward Keenan suggests diversity is Toronto's strength, and engagement its saviour.
Charting the development of a city that's still just a few years old.
A new exhibit spotlights the Toronto Public Library's Arthur Conan Doyle collection.
Nominated for: supporting independent graphic arts for 25 years.
After 39 years, the feminist bookseller is shutting its doors.
In his new book, released last month, one of Canada's favourite interviewers interviews himself.
The annual Word on the Street festival brings Toronto's noses out of books, into the fresh air, and then back into books again.
World's Biggest Bookstore is giving up its lease. We dug up once charming moment at the store on film in tribute.
One of the joys—and the point—of festivals like TCAF is discovering artists you've never encountered. Here are five of our favourites from this weekend.
If you've always wondered but never been, here's your introduction to the annual indie comics fest.
Seen Reading, based on the blog of the same name, is a collection of micro-fiction that captures the imaginary world created by readers while in transit with their books.
It isn't just lip service: Torontonians really do love their libraries.
A new exhibition reveals previously unseen photos of Canadian poets at the dawn of their careers. And, they're really cute.
Struggling writers from the University Of Toronto to the Big Apple.
A fan went on a Scott Pilgrimmage, camera in tow, and captured all the real-life locations that inspired scenes in the graphic novels. Photo/illustration compilation fun!