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Art for the underground set to wow Midtown in Crosstown LRT stations

In January, Metrolinx released the list of international and emerging artists that will have their work installed at six Crosstown LRT stations across Eglinton Avenue.

Dr. Jess on Sex: Reinvigorate relationship passion with exhilarating activities

When you first fall in love, passion naturally rushes through your veins. You can’t get enough of your new partner. But then … you get to know him or her.
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Art for the underground set to wow Midtown in Crosstown LRT stations

In January, Metrolinx released the list of international and emerging artists that will have their work installed at six Crosstown LRT stations across Eglinton Avenue.

Dr. Jess on Sex: Reinvigorate relationship passion with exhilarating activities

When you first fall in love, passion naturally rushes through your veins. You can’t get enough of your new partner. But then … you get to know him or her.

4 top financial planners on big money mistakes, RRSPs and the best investment they ever made

With RRSP-contribution season is in full swing, Torontonians are looking for financial advice.

Taste Test: Take a bao this lunar new year

The pork bun has evolved from its traditional bite-sized char siu bao to the reinvented hand-held pork belly sammie. Here, Mark McEwan teams up with chef Missy Hui to pick their favourites. Who will win in this classic battle of old versus new?

Restaurant Review: BlueBlood's lavish castle backdrop can't save the steakhouse from mediocrity

Joanne Kate from Post City's Best 100 Restaurants checks out Casa Loma's "fancy steakhouse".

10 hot restaurants we can't stop talking about

These are the restaurants you need to check out right now.

Five new Toronto comics ready for their breakout year in 2018

Mark Breslin shares his picks for the next big things in comedy.

Rose and Sons transformation is deli-cious

Restaurateur and chef Anthony Rose is changing Rose and Sons into a delicatessen.

Putting it bluntly: We chatted to a real estate broker who smokes pot daily

'Michael' agreed to meet with me, smoke a joint and talk about what the coming of legalization might mean to him.

Daily Planet: Whatever happened to hand-me-downs?

How did “throw away,” “disposable” and “planned obsolescence” become part of product design and marketing?

How They Met: How Jim Cuddy wooed Rena Polley

Jim Cuddy will be playing a Valentine’s Day show tonight at Massey Hall. With love in the air, we chatted with him and his wife Rena Polley about how they met and fell in love.

3 risk-taking Torontonians who followed their dreams around the world

We all dream of dropping everything to pursue our passions. As part of our Daring Series, Post City chatted to the Torontonians who actually did. Find out why they think you should too #PostCityDaring.

Too Close to Call: Mardi Gras unmasked

From Southern Accent’s Cajun cooking to Swamperella’s foot-stomping zydeco rhythms, the spirit of New Orleans is alive and well in T.O. But who really keeps the Cajun party cookin’?

More than 200 residents pack meeting for massive Bayview Village redevelopment master plan

Concerns about traffic, density and a strain on existing infrastructure were top of mind for Bayview residents who attended the first formal community consultation meetings held last month to introduce the public to expansion plans for Bayview Village shopping centre.

Joanna Griffiths on creating Knixwear and giving back to the community

From moving to Bolivia to building her underwear empire, the founder and creator of Knixwear, Joanna Griffiths, has taken an unconventional approach to almost everything she’s done.

Participation at seven city golf courses down 15 per cent

A report by City of Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation found that participation is down and revenue generated is less than operation costs.

Chef Antonio Park dishes on partnering with Drake for new restaurant Pick 6ix

Chef Antonio Park has teamed up with Drake to open new restaurant Pick 6ix.

3 Toronto women who dropped everything to pursue their passions

As part of our Daring Series, we chat to three brave women who were inspired to pursue their passions.

From drama class to lead singer-guitarist of PUP

Stefan Babcock, lead singer and guitarist of punk-rock band PUP, began his high school career just like everyone else — trying to get out of math class. In fact, he auditioned for Earl Haig Secondary’s drama program just to cut down his time in math and science by focusing on the arts.

A good caper and a day at the races

Toronto actor Nicholas Campbell’s fave reads. He appears in the Canadian premiere of Jez Butterworth’s play Jerusalem, onstage Feb. 13 at Toronto’s Crow’s Theatre.

6 Valentine's Day gifts that think outside the box

Our favourite quirky gift ideas for your loved one this Valentine's Day.

Daring Series: The biking busker

Antonio Piretti quit the consulting life for music and a cross-Canada cycling tour.

$51.1 million REimagining Yonge project has been delayed again

REimagine Yonge, the $51.1 million streetscape redevelopment plan will have to wait at least one more month before Toronto City Council reaches a decision on whether to move it forward.

Rosedale Golf Club cuts down 55 trees

Local residents have questioned why the private course decided to remove a significant number of trees from its property.

Home of the Week: Modern build on a skinny lot on offer for $1.95 mil near Wychwood Barns

The modern three-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 57 Hocken Avenue offers a creative use of space on a narrow lot. It’s been newly renovated and is on the market for $1.95 million with Freeman Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage.

Toronto goes for gold at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

Several Torontonians will be vying to bring home a medal from the 2018 Olympic Games, hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Break-ins: Recent residential robberies in Toronto

To keep you in the know, we bring you data on area break-ins in Toronto for Dec and Jan.

Andi Petrillo is ready for her Olympic moment

The face of CBC’s Olympic coverage, Andi Petrillo chats with Post City about the upcoming Winter Olympics, politics, which local athletes to look out for and why hockey still matters.

3 Valentine's Day gifts guaranteed to bring the bling

Stunning Valentine's Day gift ideas from some of Toronto's best jewellers.

Jeanne Beker picks the PJs for your Valentine’s slumber party

Lingerie? We’re over it this winter. Instead, we got Jeanne to find the city’s hautest pyjamas to warm you up this February 14.
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