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Restoronto: The lowdown on the city’s latest openings including Baro, Kaboom Chicken and Dolly’s

Riverside hasn’t exactly been known as a culinary destination, but Kaboom Chicken is about to change that.
December 05, 2016

Eglinton Theatre receives national historical status

North Toronto landmark the Eglinton Grand Theatre has been recognized as a national historic site by Parks Canada, Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, 80 years after it first opened in 1936.
December 05, 2016

Crime Briefs: Assault near Casa Loma ends in arrest

James Regan, 62 years old, recently surrendered to police a day after being charged with assault. Regan has previously been accused of neglecting to pay rent while living in several high-end apartments in Toronto over a few years.
December 05, 2016

Comic Stripped: Gifts for those who love to laugh

It’s the holiday season once again, and that means the eternal hunt for gifts is on. But why waste your money on a scarf no one will wear when you can give the gift of laughter? Here’s my handpicked guide to some of the best mirth-inducing presents you can bestow on your loved ones and frenemies.
December 05, 2016

Undiscovered Eats: Biting into Vietnamese history on St. Clair West

Her historical narrative works back to the first century BC — touching upon the Chinese colonization of Vietnam — and we barely get up to the early 15th century Ming occupation by the time we pull up to St. Clair’s Pho Xua, our hunger taking precedence over conversation.
December 05, 2016

Restaurant Review: Why I ordered a $140 steak at Branca, the hottest table in town

It’s an Argentinian grill: the Argentinian tradition is to cook over a live fire of hardwood and Argentinian lump charcoal, which imparts a bit of a smoke undertone to the meat along with a charred crust that’s kissin’ cousin to crispy. Rather splendid.
December 01, 2016

Developer withdraws construction staging proposal after locals protest

A Toronto developer has withdrawn its plan to lease a portion of the John Fisher Public School property to accommodate a construction staging area for a highrise apartment building, following significant opposition.
December 01, 2016

Daily Planet: Governments won’t save the world, we will

November 30, 2016

Real Estate: Garth Turner on a post-Trump market

Where is the market headed after Trump, a land transfer tax increase and mortgage rate hikes?
November 30, 2016

Theatre: Come From Away a surefire Broadway hit

November 30, 2016

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