Fall Entertainment Guide 2019

From masked country crooners to gigantic raves, psych-rock to brass band poetry, here's what we're most looking forward to this season Read more

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The busiest time of year for book lovers includes the 40th annual Toronto International Festival of Authors, appearances by Naomi Klein, Zadie Smith, Jia Tolentino and more Read more


The MTV star and Nailed It! host gets ready to entertain Toronto's biggest comedy festival Read more


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Yang's Braised Chicken Rice

A massive Chinese fast food chain, the impending return of Toronto's favourite beer bar, Jen Agg and Claudio Aprile's latest openings, and more Read more


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More popular than ever after her Netflix special and “straight men step up your game” viral video, Toronto’s most empathetic queer comic takes her act to the next level Read more



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People with disabilities are often excluded from shows and parties, but a few musicians and promoters are looking to change that Read more


The Toronto edition of Just For Laughs keeps getting bigger, with daytime ComedyCon panels, interviews and events adding to the fun. NOW writers helped pick some buzzy acts. Read more

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Robotic funk, lo-fi bedroom pop, an experimental electronic ode to the first Black female pilot – let these fill your ears this season Read more


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Cask Days

Oktoberfest, Cask Days, a whack of soup festivals, and other reasons to mark your calendar this fall Read more


From intense actors and kick-ass dancers to a brilliant designer, here, in alphabetical order, are some of Toronto's major scene-stealers this season Read more

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Say goodbye to superheroes and get ready for a season of weighty cinema Read more

Latest News & Features

In a memoir about their teen years, the Calgary pop duo takes control of the narrative on getting high, secret girlfriends and battling trolls on comment boards Read more


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The Toronto author's highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale is more thrilling actioner than literary meditation Read more


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Including the inaugural Toronto Biennial of Art, Hito Steyerl at the AGO, Hajra Waheed at the Power Plant, Nuit Blanche and more Read more

Art & Design

Including new books by Margaret Atwood, Debbie Harry, Robyn Doolittle, Salman Rushdie, Naomi Klein, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Edna O’Brien, Drew Hayden Taylor and more Read more