RSS

Jordana Goldman

Drake and Migos come to Toronto in August (but no OVO Fest?), along with David Byrne, Beach House, The National and others; plus Manifesto, Veld and Caribbean Carnival festivals. more

, , , Features

Danforth-Strong-mural.jpg

Facebook/Malleena Browne

Show your support for Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood following the mass shooting on July 22. more

News

TIFF-Festival-Street-17_01.jpg

Michelle da Silva

On September 8, King West will turn into marching grounds for women to protest inequality in the film industry more

Movies & TV

After more than a decade, the beloved Toronto-based publisher of comics, art books and graphic novels is calling it quits more

Books

Drake and Migos's Scotiabank Arena concerts on the Aubrey and The Three Migos tour will now take place August 20, 21 and 22. Still no word on whether there will be a 2018 OVO Fest more

Music

“The current approach to drug use actually worsens the situation because it forces people into unsafe drug practices and it actually prevents people from getting help,” says medical officer of health Eileen de Villa more

News

Police-lights.jpg

Flickr/sinkdd

Of Toronto youth susceptible to violence and crime, 40 per cent said they could get a gun in less than three hours more

News

Jacob Hoggard of Hedley has been charged with sexual interference and two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm, according to a release by the Toronto Police Service more

Music

Eight shows from this year's Toronto Fringe Festival will get remounts at the Studio Theatre during the recently revived mini-festival, which kicks off on August 17 more

Stage

DarkKnight.jpg

Warner Bros.

Toronto is one of four North American cities chosen to host 10th anniversary screenings of Christopher Nolan's seminal superhero film more

Movies & TV

Queens-Park-Sex-Ed_01.jpg

Jordana Goldman

In response to Doug Ford’s replacement of the 2015 sex-ed curriculum with on from 1998, protestors read the curriculum aloud on the front lawns of Queen's Park more

News

Fighting against the city’s venue crisis, Future Peers, Witch Prophet and VERSA are throwing a multi-disciplinary show at the former home of Whippersnapper Gallery. more

Features

IMG_9162.jpg

Courtesy of Tweed

For LGBTQ activists familiar with the battles to win acceptance for marijuana as medicine, Tweed's Pride foray "to celebrate progress" comes amid the growing corporate takeover of medical cannabis in Canada more

Cannabis

Ryerson ShapeLab 1.jpg

Alyssa Katherine Faoro

King Street Transit Pilot unveils interactive installations designed by Ryerson students through a partnership between ShapeLab and the City of Toronto. more

Art & Design

Young performers become superhero sidekicks in this entertaining play about one's individual purpose and value more

Theatre

Colin Hollett's stand-up set gets laughs, but it's not for everyone – especially hypersensitive millennials more

Theatre

A comedic take on what it means to be a bro lacks an edge more

Theatre

Kensington Market’s old Zimmerman’s Fairland grocery is turning into a six series immersive art maze with collaborations from visual and musical artists. more

Culture

16_Aug10-0192.jpg

Tanja-Tiziana

Doug Ford, the newly elected Ontario premier, has announced a halt on a portion of the Ticket Sales Act, which was set to take effect July 1 more

Music

Janelle Monáe, Radiohead, Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu are included in the best Toronto concerts this summer. Plus, Nano Mutek provides a tease for Mutek Festival in Montreal, and the final Warped Tour ever rolls through town. more

, , , Music