January 2016

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Q&A: Sharon Kerr, the Torontonian who wants to keep pot away from schools

Torontonian starts petition, runs for trustee in effort to protect children from marijuana legalization

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Toronto Flick Picks: Wim's Favourites, Trash Palace and more

We looked at the Wim Wenders retrospective at TIFF last week. It's a gift that keeps on giving. Not only do you get Wenders' own brilliant and curious oeuvre, but also a whole 'nother programme covering his influences like the above Two-Lane Blacktop.

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Celebrating the Year of the Monkey with Chinese New Year festivals across Toronto

A roundup of all of the Chinese New Year celebrations planned for 2016 in Toronto and adjacent GTA municipalities, including Spadina, Markham, Rchmond HIll and Agincourt.

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Chelsea Hotel — “the make out show” — makes its Toronto debut this month

Chelsea Hotel makes its Toronto debut this month, running Feb. 3 to 21, at Theatre Passe Muraille, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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OMB settlement reached for 32-storey building near Yonge and Eglinton

After three years of planning and discussions with local residents, the proposal to build a 32-storey building near the corner of Yonge Street and Erskine Avenue has been finalized.

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How the Eglinton Crosstown LRT construction is changing midtown in 18 photos

Construction for the 25-km long Eglinton Crosstown LRT isn’t scheduled to wrap up until 2020, but the project is already having a noticeable impact on Toronto’s midtown neighbourhood.

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Victor Garber on starring in CTV’s Legends of Tomorrow and memories of playing guitar and washing dishes in Yorkville

Garber describes his life as being lived in three acts — a childhood theatre run that began when he was nine and helped forge his identity; the heady success years, when he ran around north of Bloor Street with his Godspell castmates in Yorkville and broke big in film and TV; and his current epoch, as a man bearing down on 70 and on the brink of starring in another big-budget science fiction TV show.

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City purchases defunct Davisville bowling club from developer

The fate of the 92-year-old Glebe Manor Lawn Bowling Club has finally been decided, following two years of battles arduously fought by its shareholders, the Davisville community and the local councillor. But some questions surrounding the validity of the sale may remain.

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The Pitch: Graham Abbey on why you should see The Winter’s Tale

Graham Abbey on why you should see The Winter’s Tale

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Wendy Crewson on acting, chatting with Justin Trudeau and why she loves calling Rosedale home

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