The only new public park in the Midtown area that is being planned won’t be built until after the TTC lands at Yonge and Duplex are developed. It is so far in the future that there are no timelines even being discussed.
The spooky season is so not just for kids. For adults, Halloween might be even more important: a rare opportunity to transform and let loose for a night. Herewith, five Toronto events just perfect for an adult-sized Halloween.
For her new duo, Harrow Fair, Miranda Mulholland teams up with Andrew Penner, of Sunparlour Players, and cranks up the volume for their debut album, which the duo is releasing at the Dakota Tavern on Oct. 21.
I want to adore this restaurant. Guy Rawlings’ pedigree is sterling. Most recently he was operations manager at the esteemed Bar Isabel and Bar Raval, and long before that he was sous chef at Il Mulino on Eglinton, when it was great, and pastry chef at Celestin when it was great.
Things are happening in Midtown Toronto. Big things. The neighbourhoods are evolving and growing as a steady stream of new residents adds life and vitality to the area. And there are no signs of a slowdown with the coming Crosstown LRT line set to open in 2020.
The relationship between Global News anchor Farah Nasser and her husband, Razid Samdjy, revolves around their two kids — but they get a good Netflix binge in when they can. The couple, who moved to the Parkwoods-Donalda area last year, tells us about their love story.
According to the latest stats from the Toronto Real Estate Board, the amount of properties available for sale on the market has dropped 15 per cent. The resulting imbalance in supply and demand is creating ripples in the rental market.
Toronto City Council voted to initiate a study to determine Lawrence Park West’s eligibility as a Heritage Conservation District on Oct. 5. But some residents argue a heritage designation would saddle homeowners with additional costs when undertaking home renovations.