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The Art Gallery of Ontario's annual Massive.


The Art Gallery of Ontario’s annual Massive 10 fundraiser on Thursday, April 10, was a massive success and feast for the eye. Check Zach Slootsky’s slide show.


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Cityscape: Don Jail

Demolition of the east wing of the Don Jail nears completion on Friday, April 11. The red brick structure built in 1958 lacked the historical cachet of its circa-1858 predecessor next door. But former inmates relate just as many horror stories about its rat-infested living conditions.

Photo by Martin Reis


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Holy Trinity

WHAT Joe Cressy, and his superhero jawline, after being acclaimed as the NDP candidate for the upcoming Trinity-Spadina by-election to replace Olivia Chow.

WHERE Al Green Theatre at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, Bloor and Spadina

WHEN Thursday, April 10, 7 pm

Photo by Jonathan Goldsbie


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Taking pride for a ride

The difference between nudity at Hanlan’s Point and Pride? There are no signs at Pride, according to school board trustee Sam Sotiropoulos, whose motion to ban nudity at Pride went limp in a 16-to-6 vote at the TDSB on Thursday, April 10. Pride supporters gathered at the school board offices to sing, dance and wave rainbow flags before the vote. Full story and slide show.

Photo by Ethan Eisenberg

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