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Multi-building development proposed for Leaside

Seven buildings and community centre part of plan for Eglinton & Laird
October 17, 2016

Midtown Toronto's new cat café

Locals in Davisville can now enjoy a latte with some friendly felines.
October 14, 2016

Rick Mercer has lived a life of political satire

With the Stephen Harper era over, political satirist Rick Mercer will be setting his sights on Justin Trudeau and company this fall
October 14, 2016

Dream Homes: History for sale in Rosedale and Wychwood Park

These Midtown heritage estates in two of Toronto’s toniest neighbourhoods show off some serious pomp and circumstance. But which offers the most pedigree for the price?
October 14, 2016

Work Out with Monika: PoundFit, a workout that rocks, even for the rhythmically challenged

Pound Fit was created by Kirsten Potenza and Cristina Peerenboom, who are both recreational drummers and former athletes.
October 13, 2016

Real Estate: Bidding wars on the rise for high-end rentals

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.
October 13, 2016

Sewell on City Hall: Before community groups start raising thousands to fight developers, consider these simple steps

Community groups are rightly flummoxed when a development they are opposed to is pushed to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) for a decision.
October 13, 2016

How They Met: For TV producers Andrea and Mitch Gabourie, it all happened in Costa Rica

How television producers Andrea and Mitch Gabourie met, took their first trip to Costa Rica and got married.
October 12, 2016

Too Close to Call: Good Game or Power Up which is Toronto’s top game bar?

Hold onto your consoles! T.O. is now home to two new video game bars. These two gamers fused together two of our favourite things: liquor and video games.
October 11, 2016

Five plays at the top of this season’s theatrical to-do list

Five Toronto plays to see this autumn at local Toronto theatres.
October 11, 2016

Toronto’s star chefs are going international with their own restaurants

Some local restaurateurs are swimming against the current and testing the waters abroad, following Susur Lee’s path. With doors opening in distant locales — from Japan to the Persian Gulf — right now, the world is clamouring for T.O.
October 11, 2016

Taste Test: Nadège Nourian helps us pick the best pumpkin pie in Toronto

Toronto’s first lady of French pastry, chef Nadège Nourian, took on the task of tasting the city’s most popular Thanksgiving dessert, pumpkin pies.
October 07, 2016

Explosion at marijuana dispensary cause for concern amongst Midtown residents as dispensaries continue to operate

Toronto Police Service (TPS) officers have arrested a 29-year-old man following an explosion at a marijuana dispensary in Forest Hill in late August.
October 07, 2016

Picking the right activities for your kids

Focus on activities that your kids will find fun rather than drawing a career path for them
October 07, 2016

Brush up on Trump satire before Sunday's presidential debate

To many people, Trump is a disastrous presidential candidate, but to comedians he is something else: a gift.
October 07, 2016

Shop Crawl: Forget Saint Laurent, think St. Lawrence Market for fashion

The St. Lawrence Market is putting a spotlight on local artisans with Arts at the Market, taking place Oct. 7 and 8. It’s the last time this year that the vendors will fill the outdoor spaces of the complex.
October 06, 2016

Restaurant Review: New lobster hot spot lbs is good enough — barely

It’s a great concept. Who doesn’t love lobster and hate paying for it? Lbs. has picked a price point of $22, for which they sell four (!!) mains only: a 1.25 lb. lobster, a warm lobster roll, a brisket burger and a lobster salad. All but the salad come with fries. Sweet and simple.
October 06, 2016

Faceoff: Frank Clayton and Brad Lamb debate whether Toronto should impose a tax on foreign buyers of real estate

Should Toronto follow Vancouver’s lead and impose a tax on foreign buyer’s of real estate. Frank Clayton and Brad Lamb debate that question in this month’s faceoff.
October 06, 2016

Fashion: Jeanne Beker and Toronto's ultimate fall denim guide

October 05, 2016

Food Crawl: Toronto’s Persian hub offers plenty of authentic flavours

According to the 2011 census, Persian (or Farsi) is the second most prominent mother tongue, after English, in around a dozen of Toronto’s official neighbourhoods. Many of these are clustered around Yonge Street, between Finch and Steeles. Here are the top places to head for authentic Persian eats.
October 04, 2016