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Actor, cowboy, musician: Kiefer Sutherland comes home to headline Jazz Fest

Toronto native Kiefer Sutherland has recorded a country music album, and yes, he knows that lots of people won’t take him seriously as a musician. But he doesn’t care. This summer, the former 24 star is headlining the TD Toronto Jazz Festival.
June 27, 2016

Real Estate: Sleepy north Leaside is set to explode

Leaside has become very desirable, especially the quiet section north of Eglinton that backs onto beautiful Serena Grundy Park.
June 24, 2016

Restaurant Review: Anthony Rose continues his delicious takeover of Toronto with Bar Begonia

The King of Dupont, Mr. Anthony Rose, has done it again.
June 22, 2016

Dream Homes: Preservation over demolition in Lawrence Park and Rosedale

Lawrence Park and Rosedale have histories dating back more than 150 years. Which is why some local homeowners have opted to preserve their home’s unique heritage instead of undertaking a rebuild. Which restored historic property fits the bill best?
June 21, 2016

Shop Crawl: Turning the Danforth into a fashion force

Head to these Greektown boutiques for haute and locally made apparel.
June 20, 2016

Sewell: Banning corporate donations the beginning of the end for the OMB

Finally, finally, finally, the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) will be reformed. It is hard to believe it will actually happen.
June 20, 2016

Stintz on Midtown: Complete streets coming

With the construction of the Eglinton Crosstown, Midtown will soon become the new downtown. Now is the time to redesign current infrastructure to complete streets that better serve all ages, abilities and modes of travel. Thanks to a new study, the city has a template for what works.
June 16, 2016

Jorge Molina’s 416 Project elevates the everyday to art and then hangs it on utility poles

Born in Barcelona, raised in Edmonton and now based in Toronto’s Swansea neighbourhood, Jorge Molina has undertaken a mammoth art project that celebrates the beauty in everyday life.
June 14, 2016

Fashion: Ahead of Father’s Day, Jeanne Beker puts together a look for every kind of dad

This month, Jeanne tunes into four different looks for just as many dads — from a father with more classic sensibilities to rock star (or wannabe) pop. Here’s the lowdown on four cool looks just in time for Father’s Day.
June 13, 2016

T.O.’s mentalists & illusionists revealed in time for Now You See Me 2 premiere

Part two of the box office smash Now You See Me hits theatres June 10. In preparation for the film, we took to the streets to have our minds blown by the city’s best magicians, mentalists and illusionists.
June 10, 2016

Wine: A showdown of summery whites, one with hints of kiwi from, duh, New Zealand

Our red and white wine faceoffs for June.
June 10, 2016

Big Opening: Fashion fit for the beach at TeamLTD

TeamLTD (living the dream) is a lifestyle brand dedicated to action sports, travel and adventure. It was founded in 2012 by two Canadian athletes, Jamie Visser and Scott Croxall.
June 09, 2016

Comic Stripped: Former Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee’s comedy is edgy and it leaves marks

Former Daily Show correspondent and Toronto native, Samantha Bee’s late-night talk show is a cut above
June 09, 2016

Controversial Yorkville proposal plunks condo atop of heritage site

Advocates push for preservation, locals concerned with height
June 09, 2016

Taste Test: Chef Massimo Capra picks Toronto’s best butcher-shop sausages

Whose bangers are the best? Find out here.
June 08, 2016

Workout with Monika: Getting fit with Toronto’s all-female longboarding group

If you’re like me and missed out on being part of the cool crowd, you can join a longboarding group and give it a whirl. I was invited by Melissa Lee to try this very hip form of skateboarding (with a much longer — and often faster — board).
June 08, 2016

Dr. Jess on Sex: Fifty years of free love

If history repeats itself, the world of sex is on a 50-year loop with trends from the 1960s reemerging as contemporary approaches to free love, birth control, adult novelties, marriage and pubic hair.
June 07, 2016

First new condo tower to hit South Bayview

A developer has appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) to build an eight-storey condo on southwest corner of Bayview Avenue and Soudan Avenue.
June 07, 2016

Sixty in the City: Kim Cattrall dishes on the second season of Sensitive Skin

A wiser Kim Cattrall dishes on shooting the second season of Sensitive Skin in T.O. and the wonders of mid-life.
June 06, 2016

Restaurant Review: Hitting all the right notes at Piano Piano

The slowing down part is why he named the new place Piano Piano (which means “go slow” in Italian). The family part is why his two-year-old daughter’s art is on the walls and the place is informal, family-friendly and inexpensive. Lotsa pizza ’n’ pasta.
June 06, 2016