Ron Johnson picks his top 10 songs of 2014 including entries from Timer Timbre, Alvvays, the Barr Brothers, and Bahamas.
We chat with Molly Rankin of Alvvays about her band’s first album, their experience on tour, and her plans for the future.
Rebecca Eckler looks to brighten the lives of those she meets with random -- or impulsive -- acts of kindness.
This year’s Jazz at Massey Hall series kicked off last Friday with a performance by Medeski Martin & Wood and John Scofield. It continues with the Jazz at Lincoln Centre Orchestra (featuring Wynton Marsalis) and a Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock collaboration performances.
In our special holiday edition, we celebrate the accomplishments ofthe GTA’s top tweens and teens. From star athletes to eco activists, these local youngsters prove they aren’t just kidding around.
This week, film picks include a camp classic in the holiday horror genre, a screening of Home Alone with subtitles, Whiplash at The Revue, and the weekly Toronto screengrab.
The stand-up comedian, Andrew Dice Clay, has released an autobiography called The Filthy Truth. Standup caused controversy wherever he went, including Toronto.
This weekend sees the Santa Speedo Run for Sick Kids Foundation, a new exhibit at the Aga Khan Museum, The Gladstone's annual festive beer event, and more.
Where in Toronto see your favourite Christmas movies, including Scrooge, White Christmas and Holiday Inn, on the big screen. Also, DC Comics will be filming Suicide Squad in Toronto and look back at 2014.
Mitchell Cohen of Daniels Corporation is changing John Sewell's mind on developers. Especially after his company led the redevelopment of Toronto's Regent Park neighbourhood.