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Most Torontonians aren't going to museums. To attract new visitors, the Art Gallery of Ontario is making admission free all year for some and cheaper for others Read more

Art & Design

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Samuel Engelking

With the rise of streaming platforms giving way to shows like Netflix's Delhi Crime, Indian filmmakers are taking more risks and telling more progressive stories Read more

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Amanda Fotes

The history of rock is filled with stigmatizing myths of the tortured artist. With their third album, Morbid Stuff, that’s exactly what Toronto band PUP want to avoid. Read more

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Desmond Cole, Jill Andrew, Julie Crooks, Jah Grey and Twysted Miyake-Mugler are working toward a city free from anti-Black racism Read more

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Samuel Engelking

From punk-infused hip-hop to dance music creating its own space – who’s setting the tone for the city’s music scenes? Read more

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From Oscar hopefuls and costume dramas to family flicks, here’s the scoop on the season’s new movies, whether they're playing at a multiplex or streaming on your device Read more

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We look back at the best and worst stories that made headlines in Toronto Read more

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Our picks for the top 10 series of the year. Plus: shows with stellar ensemble casts, very timely series and top-notch Canadian doc series Read more

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Cover story: Jessie Reyez takes us on a tour of her favourite Toronto spots, from Kensington Market to the 905. With a breakthrough new EP and her biggest headlining tour yet, the self-assured singer/songwriter is staying hungry. Read more

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Samuel Engelking

The Toronto sculptor is among the artists shifting the art scene's attention east as the all-night art event's first foray into the suburbs Read more

Art & Design

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Samuel Engelking

A documentary about the polarizing British-Tamil musician’s life is sparking difficult conversations about race and identity – and she isn’t afraid to get heated Read more

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The Toronto-based Inuk musician is uncharacteristically nervous about her literary debut, but Split Tooth will get you in the gut, heart and mind as much as her music does Read more

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Rising British actor and occasional rapper discusses his first Western, landing Hollywood's "Promised Land" roles and tribalism in the wake of Brexit Read more

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As carnival culture spreads globally, local costume designers are using technology to rekindle interest in old traditions Read more

Culture

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Samuel Engelking

Massey Hall is about to close for the last phase of a $142-million renovation and is scheduled to reopen in 2020. Before the Toronto concert hall darkens, we gathered memories from throughout the venue's 124 years from Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peaches and Read more

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With big pop stars letting their queer flags fly, music is basking in the LGBTQ+ rainbow like never before. Artists like Toronto's Witch Prophet are succeeding on their own terms, but the industry needs to realize queerness is more than a trend Read more

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Samuel Engelking

As Google-affiliated Sidewalk Labs proposes building a high-tech neighbourhood on the waterfront, citizens should demand ownership of data collected in public spaces Read more

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A decade after she appeared on the cover of NOW as a member of Crystal Castles, the electro-punk star opens up about going solo, #MeToo and growing up in Toronto Read more

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Samuel Engelking

Director Maya Gallus’s timely film shows how gifted women are transforming kitchen culture and grappling with its hierarchies and misogyny Read more

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There's suddenly a lot of attention on U.S. Girls. Toronto’s Meg Remy is ­untangling ­America’s misogynist mess with lush disco grooves. The time is right for her subversive brand of political pop. Read our cover story interview here. Read more

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