From November 20 - 23 Torontonians can visit the Gourmet Food and Wine Expo, take in punk from the Not Dead Yet Fest, tour Elm Street's Ice, Wine and Dine or Midnight MRKT.
Amelia Curran just keeps getting better and better. The East Coast singer-songwriter’s new album, They Promised You Mercy, follows up her Juno Award-winning Spectators (2012). She’s in Toronto for a concert on Nov. 22 at Harbourfront Centre.
Uber and Spotify partner to offer customers their services paired together and the chance to win a ride with Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew.
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.
Police board must outline vision for city’s next police chief, Sewell writes
The first of three plays this season by Bob Kills Theatre, “MoFo” is the inaugural production in the Coal Mine, the Danforth’s newest storefront theatre venue.
You've heard the phrase “around the world in 80 days?” We’ve got the week that was in 10 clicks.
Do you remember your first time?
Our newest columnist on life after politics and why fireworks garner so much media
Dylan Reid, co-founder of Walk Toronto and former co-chair of the Toronto Pedestrian Committee and Chris Klimek, founder and director of Stop100.ca, square off on whether there should be a maximum 30 km/h speed limit on residential streets.