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The 15-year partnership between Ontario's largest credit union and the city-run parent company also brings a new name for North York's Toronto Centre for the Arts Read more


Mark Wigmore's Art at the End of the World

Art at the End of the World

Former Jazz.FM host Mark Wigmore launches a new long-form podcast, Art At The End Of The World. Shifting terrain will be a running theme on Wigmore’s 10-part podcast with guests like Jordan Officer, Chris Locke, Karen Robinson and Cameron Bailey. Read more



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This year’s festival explores weighty themes like affordable housing, mortality and Black and Indigenous identity Read more

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Launched six years ago, the art event that's hosted performances by Patti Smith and Tanya Tagaq is bowing out of city's social calendar on February 7 Read more

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Adam Benn

Including the Women's March, King Princess, DesignTO, Jean-Michel Blais, Toronto Light Festival and Rose: A New Musical Read more


Here are reviews of every show at the Fringe's boutique winter theatre festival Read more



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From designing an office for Generation Z to a sustainable cabin, these are the must-hit markets, speakers and installations at the four-day design showcase Read more

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A series of exhibitions and workshops at the indie design festival explore sustainability and autonomy at the end of life Read more

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Including A$AP Rocky, Kacey Musgraves, a play about ex-PM Joe Clark, Damien Atkins's new solo show and a retrospective of filmmaker Dorothy Arzner Read more


From award-winning actors to a jaw-dropping magician, here are some talents heating up the Fringe's 12-day winter festival Read more




Dora Award-winner shows off her virtuosity as a mysterious violinist in Dinner With The Duchess Read more


Look out for the Toronto Biennial of Art and exhibitions featuring work by Brian Jungen, Chantal Akerman, Carrie Mae Weems and Daniel Arsham Read more

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Carlos Santolalla

The best events in Toronto this weekend include Orville Peck at the first Class of 2019 concert of the year, Long Winter, Winter Flower Show and more. Read more



Pamela Littky

Five fiction and five non-fiction releases that promise to pack a political punch Read more


From a pop music legend and two Olivier Award-winning Canadians to one of the country's most eclectic artists performing behind bars, here are a bunch of folks serving up big drama in the new year Read more

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Samuel Engelking

From Paul McCartney and sex dolls, to veganism and a comedy show called White Guys Matter, these 12 stories elicited the biggest reader reactions this year. Read more


Including What's In The Box fest at the Drake, Polar Bear Skate, Jerk, Nathan Micay, Brandon Ash Mohammed and a Toronto-set shape-shifting thriller Read more



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Not into clubs and concerts? Here are 10 other ways to say goodbye to 2018 – from opera and salsa dancing to an ABBA singalong and the Big Lebowski Read more



Samuel Engelking

Including the Bentway opening, a benefit show for overdose prevention, a round dance for Indigenous Rights, the winter solstice and a Spielberg retrospective Read more



Cylla von Tiedemann

From the Soulpepper scandal to the changing of the artistic leadership at many of the city's biggest institutions, here are the some of the highlights of a very dramatic year Read more

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