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Workout with Monika: A trip to the Annex to gear up for the 2020 Games

­­Monika gets an intro lesson on indoor climbing, the newest Olympic sport
August 26, 2016

Local actress Lola Tash co-stars in CBC’s new series Four in the Morning

Four in the Morning airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on CBC, beginning tonight.
August 26, 2016

Homes: In a world dominated by tech, vintage is where the value is, plus 6 great Toronto sources

Antiques that show evidence of human experience is now the hottest trend in luxury home decor
August 26, 2016

80-storey mixed use building approved for the corner of Yonge and Bloor

Local residents association argues developer Sam Mizrahi rushed development process
August 25, 2016

Comic Stripped: The curious case of Mayce Galoni and the comedy gene

Norm MacDonald had it (very few others do) now a young comic from Hamilton might be the next natural
August 25, 2016

Five fun Toronto programs to prepare kids for the new economy

Read on to learn about five programs in the GTA where your youngster is sure to pick up a thing or two.
August 24, 2016

Stintz on Midtown: The pros and cons of privatizing the Toronto Parking Authority

There are about 160 lots in the city. Privatizing parking is a simple process: the city works out a deal with a private operator to receive an up front payment of cash, and in return, the private operator can manage the parking spots for a period of time.
August 23, 2016

Big Opening: That’s Italy brings the country’s fashion to midtown Toronto

That’s Italy aims to evoke the fully sensory experience of the boot-shaped country. At the new location at Yonge and Eglinton, That’s Italy allows you to shop Milan, Florence, and Rome all close to home.
August 23, 2016

Restaurant Review: Uptown Kwan does decent — but unexciting — dim sum

This peak eating moment has made the good stuff less exciting. And the Kwan dim sum isn’t. Exciting. All the regulars are here and done pretty nicely.
August 23, 2016

Shop Crawl: Pounding the pavement in Parkdale

These shops ooze the cool factor for which this Queen West ’hood is known
August 22, 2016

Developer wants to build on sliver of land across from Summerhill LCBO

One person’s vacant sliver of land is another’s development opportunity. Or at least that seems to be the case for the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Birch Avenue across from the Summerhill LCBO.
August 22, 2016

What to Eat this Minute: This summer’s perfect sundae

Patrons choose two flavours (such as ube, jackfruit, corn and cheese and more), which are joined by ube turon: a spring roll wrapper filled with ube halaya, which sees ube cooked down with condensed and coconut milks.
August 22, 2016

At the Bar: Reyna’s summer cocktail is meant for serious patio flirting

Served in a copper-coloured pineapple, this super-refreshing — not to mention handsome — drink is ideal for sharing during the dog days of summer.
August 19, 2016

On opening day for the CNE we talk to the daredevils, stunt people and performers who make it a carnival

A day at the Ex is more than just rides and waffle ice cream sandwiches. It’s a carnival complete with kooky characters and awe-inspiring stunt teams. These five authentic performers are bringing back that daredevil edge to the fair this Aug. 19 to Sept. 5.
August 19, 2016

Shop Talk: T.O. designer Jennifer Torosian on marrying tech and design

While working in the retail end of the fashion business, Jennifer Torosian crossed paths with her now-husband and business partner, Raed Ali. The two had endless conversations about their vision for the future of fashion and decided to bring a Canada-made line to life.
August 18, 2016

Big Opening: Milli opens new boutique on Avenue Road

From its beginning in Hamilton in 1964, Milli has always been a destination. Women from Toronto would make the drive to experience Milli's unique curation of products from all over the world.
August 18, 2016

The amount of volatile oil shipped through Toronto by rail is soaring. Should we be worried?

The transportation of oil across the country has long been a hot topic in Canada, but with a massive increase in the transportation of oil by train and the disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Que., Toronto residents and local politicians are raising the alarm bells.
August 17, 2016

More than 60 Rosehill Reservoir trees at risk

The Rosehill Reservoir at David Balfour Park will be closed for approximately three years starting in 2017, to permit extensive maintenance work on the reservoir.
August 17, 2016

Fifty years ago today, the Beatles played their last show in Toronto

A new Beatles exhibit takes you back to the halcyon days of 1964, 1965 and 1966, when the four lads from Liverpool hopped the pond and landed in our own backyard.
August 17, 2016

Dr. Jess on Sex: Reignite the spark this summer at some of Toronto’s cosiest spots

The city is on fire, and August is the perfect time to explore the romance, excitement and sensuality of our urban landscape.
August 16, 2016