On the Cover: Patrick J. Adams, star of TV’s Suits, discusses life, the whirlwind of fame and making his directorial debut

Being just another face in the crowd is no longer an option for this North Toronto-bred actor.

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Looking Back: Toronto, birthplace of the Crispy Crunch, Canada’s Land of Candy

With Halloween right around the corner, candy is front of mind for thousands of children across the city as they busily debate the serious issue of pillowcase vs. cloth grocery bag vs. giant plastic pumpkin head as the ideal vessel for their trick-or-treating.

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Weekly Toronto Flick Picks: The Toronto Silent Film Festival, Force Majeure, Kubrick is celebrated and more

Early each week, we take a look at interesting screenings and events that Toronto cinema culture has coming, take a look at some local film events and check out what’s shooting right now in the city.

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Ready to Roar: We chat with the Raptors’ Amir Johnson about films, the city, and what we can expect this season

A team leader of our city’s NBA franchise, Johnson is optimistic about the season ahead.

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Toronto Municipal Election: Where to drown your sorrows—or cheer—as you watch tonight’s coverage

Tonight, you’re probably going to be doing one of two things if you live in Toronto: commiserating with your fellow #TOpoli faithful, slumped downcast as you defeatedly watch the election results roll in, or madly spinning in gleeful circles while tossing your imaginary confetti around your head.

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With her show at Massey Hall, Sinead O’Connor becomes a study in contrasts

One of the most misunderstood artists in music was at Massey Hall on Friday night, and Sinead O’Connor certainly demonstrated some of the contradictions and dualities that make her such a compelling performer and personality.

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Frankenstein’s Boy an electrifying, brilliant tour de force—with puppets

You may think the Frankenstein story has been done to death, but Eldritch Theatre’s latest creation Frankenstein’s Boy brings to life something completely new.

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The Week in Toronto in 10 Clicks: Toronto Blue Jays raise ticket prices, eclipses, last-minute Ford shenanigans and more

You’ve heard the phrase “around the world in 80 days”? We’ve got Toronto for you in 10 clicks. Behold, the week that was:

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Legendary punk troubadour Art Bergmann in Toronto with Tony Dekker and Two-Minute Miracles

Art Bergmann, 61, is in town tomorrow night to play a show at The Great Hall alongside Tony Dekker (Great Lake Swimmers) and Two-Minute Miracles. So it's a bit of a revival to be sure, but a revival that has at least one foot planted firmly in the future 'cause, young musician's take note, dudes got serious songwriting chops to boot.

Weekend Warrior: Raising the dead at the Toronto Zombie Walk, The Science of Rock and Roll, literature and more

Here’s the scene in your hometown this weekend.

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