Crow's Theatre is getting a new permanent home in Leslieville, a 200-seat theatre, plus a smaller studio space and café. It's the second indie theatre company to announce a move recently: the Theatre Centre broke ground on its own new digs a few months ago.
Olivia Chow's brave face
The NDP MP and possible mayoral candidate is diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, causing partial paralysis of her face - and vows to keep fighting for Toronto.
Collections Town Hall and Art Jam
BeautifulCity.ca hosts the arts-inspired extravaganza Monday (January 14) in Committee room 1 at City Hall, 6 to 9 pm, with special guests Solitair, Shad and Jully Black.
Talk radio wars
AM640 brings former CFRB morning show host Bill Carroll back to Canadian airwaves this week, only he'll be doing the 4 to 7 pm slot (the first two hours of it taped) from his perch in L.A., where he works for KFI AM 640.
The Hanlan's Point-based carrier Island residents love to hate may be losing its Newark landing slots. American Airlines, which leases four of the spots to Porter, is asking the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to lease them to Virgin America. Porter's lease with Newark expires in 2018.
The Star publishes a non-story about bankrupt baseballer José Canseco running for Toronto mayor that incredibly dominates most of Friday's news cycle - even though he's American and therefore ineligible to run.