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Sock it to me, baby! A romance full of passion and puppetry

Ed the Sock and his sidekick Red are back, stronger than ever and working on a new show
December 19, 2012

Take stock of these stuffers

The holidays are a time for feasting, but how healthy is our favourite seasonal fare? Lab results reveal that when it comes to latkes and tourtière, we should seize on another theme of the holidays: sharing with friends and family.
December 19, 2012

Our national treasure

After two decades of hosting CBC’s The National, Wendy Mesley is still pushing the issues that matter
December 12, 2012

Too Close To Call: Toy soldiers

60 years of toys vs. 24 years of treasures
December 12, 2012

Secret Recipe: Go ahead, indulge

From the first day of December to the new year, we love to eat non-stop! Here are some of my favourite holiday desserts that are sweet, delicious, decadent — yet lighter in calories and fat.
December 05, 2012

Faceoff: Mammoliti vs. Vaughan

Should T.O. voters decide on a casino using a referendum, or should city council decide?
December 05, 2012

Who is the fairest producer of them all?

We tag along with Ross Petty as he gears up for his holiday panto
December 05, 2012

Purse-uit of happiness

Jeanne Beker picks the season’s coolest clutch purses — the perfect accessory for your little black holiday party dress
November 28, 2012

Lifting a page from the Twilight series

The vampire trend has crossed over to cosmetic procedures
November 28, 2012

Examining urge to splurge

We ask Dr. Peggy Richter, director of the Clinic for OCD and Related Disorders, about the secrets behind shopping addiction
November 28, 2012

Family reunion

Do your holiday gatherings rival those of a lovely lady and a man named Brady? Here are three Toronto homes with enough bedrooms to fit your whole bunch under one roof.
November 28, 2012

Taking a love story to new heights

Legendary mountaineer inspires Toronto writer’s debut novel
November 28, 2012

MPAC’s big tax grab

Couple worried over their ‘unfair and arbitrary’ property assessment
November 28, 2012

Will Garth grab the spotlight again?

Since Garth Drabinsky was granted day parole to finish out his fraud sentence, we ask: how can the theatre impresario close the curtain on his criminal conviction and start his second act?
November 28, 2012

Emerging comedians tap into Web to power creativity

Check out Bill and Sons Towing, one of many new online projects showcasing T.O. talent
November 28, 2012

Fracked gas coming to a T.O. neighbourhood near you

City hall too busy bickering to address the next big environmental issue
November 28, 2012

Secret Recipe: Soulful servings

Ditch the fat-laden comfort foods of the season for a warm hug from one of these nutritious alternatives
November 14, 2012

Faceoff: Bow vs. Munro

Should T.O. back $2.3 billion in car, fuel and highway taxes to directly fund transit?
November 14, 2012

A newsroom romance worthy of the front page

Former Toronto news anchor delivers top story of true love
November 14, 2012

Our neighbourhoods need green spaces for kids to explore

Pushing our children out the door may be the best way to save the planet 
November 07, 2012