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Our guide to enjoying Shakespeare in High Park

For the 33rd summer in a row, Canadian Stage is presenting Shakespeare under the stars in the High Park Amphitheatre.
June 26, 2015

Urban Spaces: Flipping tables now a thing thanks to Ye Olde Dandy’s Flippery

June 24, 2015

Stintz on Midtown: My other car is a bike

The city should start experimenting with rolling stops and find new options
June 24, 2015

Erin Kleinberg, one of T.O.’s hottest fashion designers, on her style inspiration

Erin Kleinberg, one of T.O.’s hottest fashion designers, on her style inspiration and celebrity fans.
June 19, 2015

Looking Back: Why T.O. should be very proud of Pride, 44 years after the original picnic

Plus this year’s extremely high profile grand marshal and his rocket man partner
June 18, 2015

Unleashing your inner Spider-Woman with Monika Schnarre at the Monkey Vault

Push past your comfort zone with a parkour workout featuring wall climbs and kong vaults. Monika Schnarre tries out the Monkey Vault, owned by Dan Iaboni, and reports back on this unconventional workout.
June 18, 2015

Daily Planet: Milkweed is the key to saving the monarch butterfly

How Torontonians can save the monarch butterflies by protecting the milkweed that their caterpillars need as food.
June 17, 2015

We talk to the Toronto Argos’ Chad Owens, the Flyin’ Hawaiian

Chad Owens, arguably the Argos most flamboyant star, talks candidly about becoming a permanent resident of the GTA and moving to a new stadium
June 17, 2015

Homes: Love It or List It's Hillary Farr gives us her summer design palette

Hilary Farr gives us the lowdown on 2015’s hot colours and textures for interior design
June 16, 2015

Kathy Buckworth’s Father’s Day hacks: From Fitness Father to Doodad Dad

Get the kids involved with do-it-yourself and dapper gifts perfect for any dad
June 16, 2015

David Byrne and 349 of his closest friends put on Contemporary Color for Luminato Festival

Talking Heads founder David Byrne reimagines the colour guard for the 2015 Luminato Festival.
June 16, 2015

A fashionista’s guide to the best shopping on Ossington

A guide to three of Ossington’s top clothing shops: I Miss You Vintage, Lost & Found and Jonathan+Olivia.
June 11, 2015

How one Swedish family helps shine a spotlight on how Toronto families eat

How one average Swedish family helps shine a spotlight on how Toronto families eat by adopting an all-organic diet for two weeks.
June 11, 2015

Jason Collett’s basement revue at the Dakota is a star-packed highlight of Luminato

When it comes to bringing together those out-of-town artists and local talent, Luminato’s best offering is also its least formal: a special festival edition of Jason Collett and Damien Rogers’ Basement Revue series.
June 11, 2015

Sonia Rodriguez on 25 incredible years with the National Ballet of Canada

Sonia Rodriguez, the principal dancer, reflects on 25 incredible years with the National Ballet of Canada and on life and love in Forest Hill.
June 10, 2015

Joel Zelikovitz is cycling the 200-km Ride to Conquer Cancer in honour of memory of his mom

Forest Hill resident bikes 200 km in honour of mom’s memory as part of the Ride to Conquer Cancer that goes from Toronto to Niagara Falls.
June 10, 2015

The New Mid-LIfe: Rebecca Eckler tries out high-tech skin treatments including a vajacial

Rose-infused oxygen adds to the experience of a cold-laser facial. She also gets a vajacial from Fuzz Wax Bar.
June 10, 2015

Glen Peloso’s tips ’n’ tricks for turning your outdoor space into a paradise

Mirroring the inside and outside of your home will transform your yard into a prime social setting
June 09, 2015

The legendary House of Chan, set to move after decades, has helped pave the way for T.O.’s current ravenous meat culture

The House of Chan, set to move soon to make way for Eglinton Crosstown construction, is one of established stalwarts in Toronto’s changing steak scene that now includes restaurants like NAO Steakhouse and Jacobs & Co.
June 09, 2015

Gatsby party at Spadina Museum too great a success?

Midtown museum’s outdoor fundraiser goes viral with over 49,000 people hoping to attend this June
June 09, 2015