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The Pitch: Why you should go see Instructions

Actress Diana Bentley on the new Coal Mine production
May 27, 2016

With condos claiming nearly every street corner, we look at what’s left of midtown’s historic charms

As condo development continues to spread throughout midtown Toronto we thought it was about time to do a photo feature on some of the area's remaining aesthetic gems.
May 27, 2016

Lot splitting in Lawrence Park

An application to sever a portion of property on a residential street has started a dispute amongst neighbours in Lawrence Park.
May 26, 2016

Stintz on Midtown: Vertical schools in residential condos could help solve overcrowding issues

Although the Toronto District School Board is threatening to close some schools around the city, there is no such threat in the Yonge and Eglinton area. The most recent idea is to build schools within new residential condo developments.
May 26, 2016

The Shaw Festival’s Alice in Wonderland is a trip down the rabbit hole for Toronto actor Tara Rosling

“I had to let that go right out of the gate,” says Toronto actor Tara Rosling, recalling the idea of playing 10-year-old Alice in the Shaw Festival production. “I said, ‘Peter [acclaimed director Peter Hinton], dude, I’m in my 40s. It doesn’t help that I’m filmed and projected at one point, when Alice is growing.… I have a four-foot face — that won’t sell me as a 10-year-old.’ ”
May 25, 2016

Smokin’ in the Six: We ask eight residents about the proliferation of pot shops in Toronto

We ask eight residents about the proliferation of pot shops in Toronto
May 25, 2016

Sewell: Torontonians want to help Syrian refugees, but the government isn’t doing its part

It began with powerful expectations and much goodwill, yet it seems to be crumbling into disappointment, a sense of lost opportunities and bitterness.
May 25, 2016

Shop Talk: Jenny Bird on her jewellery line making waves worldwide

Toronto’s own Jenny Bird stumbled upon her love of jewellery-making when she was designing her first collection of handbags. Her pieces are edgy, modern and widely popular. Apart from her T.O. headquarters, she has showrooms across the U.S. and in Paris.
May 24, 2016

Dr. Jess on Sex: How one Toronto couple’s perfect marriage was threatened by technology

Local couple thought their marriage was perfect, until the topic of technology arose.
May 24, 2016

Dream Homes: Battle of the lakes for the first long weekend of summer

When it comes to Muskoka, lakes Joseph and Rosseau are arguably the best of the best, with large lots, stunning views and A-list cottagers. Here’s a look at some of the multimillion-dollar properties dotted around both. Which lake takes the title?
May 20, 2016

Tomorrow the month made for twins kicks off

The zodiac sign Gemini enters its course on May 21. Those born under this sign are said to have a dual nature, symbolized by twins. This inspired us to take a look at Toronto’s most famous duos and get the inside scoop on what it’s really like to have an other half.
May 20, 2016

City Hacks: Cottaging in the city for the Victoria Day long weekend

With the price of real estate in the city going through the roof, some families might find it harder to invest in a vacation property, especially one that comes with a Muskoka price tag. To that end, there are a myriad of ways to enjoy a cottage-like experience right in Toronto.
May 20, 2016

Stratford star Cynthia Dale’s five must-reads

A Little Night Music, starring Dale, opens this weekend at the 2016 Stratford Festival. She gave us her list of five must-read books.
May 19, 2016

Taste Test: Former Bachelor Canada star Brad Smith picks Toronto’s best chocolate cake

Which divine dessert is top tier? Find out here.
May 18, 2016

Shop Talk: Lil Miss Dress Up opens on St. Clair West

Founded on all things beautiful and sweet, Lil Miss Dress Up is from owner and mother of two Minh May, opened to fulfill every little girl’s “princess dress” dreams.
May 18, 2016

Ahead of his Toronto show tonight, we pit Justin Bieber against Justin Trudeau

Two of Canada’s most popular sons, JT and JB, are making news, topping charts for music, style and pot references. But which well-coiffed wunderkind reigns supreme?
May 18, 2016

Inside the world of Charlie & Gus, Toronto’s quirkiest clothing line for kids

Charlie & Gus creator Susan McGregor recalls how her mother made all of her clothes by hand, and it seems she is following in those very footsteps.
May 17, 2016

Daily Planet: The #gotmilkweed campaign hopes to keep the Monarch on the road to recovery

T.O.’s Homegrown park and the city of Markham are becoming monarch-friendly areas
May 16, 2016

Too Close to Call: Yes fleas!

May 13, 2016

Shop Crawl: Shopping the boutiques of Toronto’s upper west side

Luxury fashion finds and unique boutiques on Avenue Road north of Lawrence
May 12, 2016