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How Jay Bahadur's leap of faith led to a bestselling book and movie

Canadian bestselling author and investigative journalist Jay Bahadur on dropping everything and moving to Somalia to report on pirates.
March 20, 2018

Home of the Week: Open concept home with an elevator in Bedford Park for $3.6 million

Our latest Home of the Week is a modern build at 534 Douglas Avenue with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an elevator and built-in wine rack wall.
March 16, 2018

5 historic Toronto events from Marches of years past

We rounded up five highlights from the past 100 or so Marches.
March 16, 2018

Bloor and Dufferin could be getting a massive revamp

The City of Toronto is reviewing an application to transform the southwest corner of Bloor Street and Dufferin Street into a mixed-use development that will include six new buildings and a community hub.
March 16, 2018

Park People exhibit showcases life along the Annex's green line

Toronto-based charity Park People is hoping to showcase with its upcoming exhibit, People of the Green Line, a photo essay launching at Geary Lane this March.
March 15, 2018

Yayoi Kusama's AGO exhibit takes Toronto to Infinity and beyond

The Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibition opens at the AGO on March 3 and runs for three months.
March 15, 2018

Jeanne Beker busts out the bathers for her March Break swimwear picks

We got Jeanne to find the city’s most striking swimwear options just in time for a quick March jaunt down south.
March 13, 2018

Daily Planet: If you want to reduce your footprint, stop eating meat and start eating insects

Trading meat consumption for insects could drastically reduce our environmental footprint.
March 13, 2018

Restaurant Review: Marvellous house-made pasta dishes of the day are the jewel in Annabelle's crown

In her latest restaurant review, Joanne Kates finds that pasta-spinning joint, Annabelle, is the linchpin in this up-and-coming Christie and Davenport neighbourhood
March 12, 2018

Sewell on City Hall: How T.O. stacks up against N.Y.C. & London

Here’s a brief look at what two of the cities with which Toronto is competing, London and New York, are up to.
March 12, 2018

9 Design District gurus share their top ideas and looks for spring

These local design gurus offer up tips and answer all your need-to-know design questions.
March 09, 2018

Power Brunch: Three Yorkville midday mainstays

March 09, 2018

Christine for the win?

March 09, 2018

Toronto's swanky private golf clubs continue sweetheart deal on taxes while other courses attract developers

March 09, 2018

Midtown tenants struggle to compete in an unforgiving rental market

March 08, 2018

Last Meal: A forkful of Toronto

March 08, 2018

Groundbreaking music of Rhye inspired by city ravines

RHYE plays Massey Hall in Toronto on March 5 along with Hannah Georgas
March 02, 2018

Arts: What's on in March

The best shows this month from New Zealand pop star Lorde and rocker Dan Auerbach to the Land of Kush and an Irish film festival.
March 01, 2018

Penny pinching at one of Toronto’s poshest restaurants

The task: Dining out at Toronto’s poshest restaurants The catch: Stretching a slip of a budget — $100 — so that we are sated by the end of the meal The reso: Scaramouche at 1 Benvenuto Pl.
February 27, 2018

Toronto actor Paul Gross back on gumshoe beat in new CBC TV drama

Growing up as an army brat, Toronto resident Paul Gross became accustomed to immersing himself in different social environments at an early age. His ability to shift his persona to fit in with the other kids served him well as an actor known for roles such as the iconic RCMP constable Benton Fraser in Due South, and slightly askew theatre director Geoffrey Tennant in the award-winning series Slings & Arrows.
February 26, 2018