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Eat This Minute: Cruller intentions

Since flinging open the doors of this pocket-sized takeout counter, owner Pawel Grezlikowski has been feeding mountains of fried bird to a happy crowd.
November 29, 2016

Stintz on Midtown: Transit trumps condos

However, the City of Toronto and Metrolinx have been trying to figure out how to make development over the LRT stations work for years.
November 29, 2016

T.O. nutritionist Danielle Binns shows us 5 immune-boosting foods and how to get your kids to eat them

Danielle Binns shows us 5 immune-boosting foods to keep colds at bay this season.
November 28, 2016

Big Opening: Icebreaker brings NZ to Queen West

Icebreaker specializes in men’s and women’s performance wear made from merino wool, a natural fibre that provides comfort and durability.
November 28, 2016

Three step guide to decluttering for the holidays

When it comes to organizing a small space, decluttering is the main focus. I’ve compiled a three-step guide to help you master it.
November 28, 2016

Sewell on City Hall: Report card for Mayor Tory's progress to date

Mayor John Tory seems like a nice guy, which makes you wonder whether he is an effective mayor. He appears friendly, easy to get along with, not prone to angry outbursts and seems to win many of the issues in which he expresses an interest.
November 24, 2016

Spotted: The wave of unusual serving formats washing over Toronto’s restaurants

With the arrival of Toronto’s very first, um, Poop Café (which serves ice cream in miniature toilets), we sought out other local spots serving dishes in atypical dishware.
November 24, 2016

Shop Talk: Toronto designer Ellie Mae’s line of fashion-forward jackets is getting buzz

Here the designer dishes on why she focuses on outerwear and what’s next for her line.
November 24, 2016

Five books that matter to National Ballet of Canada's principal dancer Xiao Nan Yu

Born in Dalian, China, National Ballet of Canada's Xian Nan Yu came to Toronto to train at the National Ballet School and is celebrating 20 years with the company, having joined in 1996 before being promoted to principal dancer in 2001. She returns to the role of Tatiana in Onegin, which opens Nov. 23 at the Four Seasons Centre of the Performing Arts and runs until Nov. 29.
November 23, 2016

Toronto schools to generate enough solar power for 4,000+ homes

In spring 2014, the Toronto District School Board — Canada’s largest — embarked on a program of putting photovoltaic panels on 311 of its schools.
November 22, 2016

Toronto singer-songwriter Andy Shauf on his latest album ahead of his Virgin Mod Club show tonight

Andy Shauf grew up in Saskatchewan playing church music with his family. And he’s had a hard time shaking the Prairie label despite a recent move to the gritty Parkdale neighbourhood of Toronto. No matter, the sad songster has quietly established himself as one of country’s finest songwriters.
November 22, 2016

U.K. actor Clive Standen and his own clan put down roots in Toronto

Vikings was shot in Ireland, a part of the world renowned for its mild climate, whereas Standen’s new role in Taken, the NBC drama based on the hit Liam Neeson movie of the same name, has meant 16-hour days filming action sequences during Toronto’s hottest months.
November 21, 2016

Massive York Mills project heads to OMB

The proposal for 260 townhouses at 740–750 York Mills Rd. was rejected by Toronto City Council in June, and the developer, Minto Group Inc., appealed to the OMB shortly after. Despite being refused by Toronto City Council, the proposal earned a favourable report from city staff.
November 21, 2016

The Pitch: Damien Atkins on why you should see Tomorrowlove opening in Toronto on Nov. 19

Damien Atkins performs in the play TomorrowLove running Nov. 19 to Dec. 4 at The Aorta, 733 Mount Pleasant Rd.
November 18, 2016

How They Met: Hooch honeymoon

November 17, 2016

Midtown residents concerned about Cedarvale footbridge repair schedule

Cedarvale Bridge is a popular pedestrian route and scenic spot for many local residents, but the bridge’s wear and tear is becoming an ever more pressing concern.
November 17, 2016

Big Opening: Maje Paris

On the heels of Yorkdale’s expansion comes Maje Paris.
November 16, 2016

Cover story: A Q&A with the owners of a marijuana dispensary that focusses on women's health in Toronto

We chat with the Queens of Cannabis — Tania Cyalume and Brandy Zurborg — about their reasons behind opening a dispensary and what it’s like being female pioneers in the industry.
November 16, 2016

Friendly neighbourhood plazas all but dead

Once important community and retail hubs being eyed as prime development sites.
November 15, 2016

Condo tower at Yonge and Scollard rejected

City council refuses development proposal after residents voice concerns over height and density
November 15, 2016