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The re-imagining of the city’s main artery must look to the future, not the past.
Belatedly, revisiting the cold, grey 1969 Toronto in a CanCon classic.
"Meet under the clock" was a slogan ingrained in the city's gay community.
The 1977 rape and murder of a 12-year-old boy on Yonge Street shocked the city and led to efforts to clean up the downtown strip. Warning: This story contains details that some readers may find upsetting or triggering.
Our local Don Quixote takes on a two-day quest.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
What's it like having a cold one after running in the cold? Torontoist took to the streets to find out at RunTOBeer's first event of the year.
During the 1970s, crowds gathered on Yonge Street on Halloween to engage in homophobic revelry.
Serving food, 1970s Yonge Street–style.
A brief 1970s experiment turned our main drag into a pedestrian-only zone.
Get a sneak peek inside the bold new Yonge Street landmark, set to open in January 2015.
This August, Open Streets TO will turn two iconic routes into hubs of activity and exploration.
New initiative invites Torontonians to dream big about the future of the city's main drag.
Uber-assassin Nikita is once again travelling the world without leaving the GTA, as we look at the back half of Season 2.
In 2008, Ryerson promised to restore famous neon sign, but now the City is in the process of letting the university off the hook.
As Yonge-Dundas Square celebrates its tenth anniversary, a look at how it evolved.
Orphan Black, BBC America's cult sci-fi series, is shot (and maybe even set) in Toronto.
After months on the market, Toronto's historic Masonic Temple has a new owner.