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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 more

Books

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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 more

Interviews & Features

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Samuel Engelking

Renovations are the latest tactic landlords are using to illegally evict people renting Toronto apartments. Here's how some tenants fought back – and won. more

News

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Samuel Engelking

While we’re waiting to get to a place where there’s room for all of us on the road, we have to find ways of not killing each other. Here’s a crash course on the art of riding as political resistance. more

News

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Photos by Natalia Manzocco

10 new spots giving style and substance to plant-based dining more

Food & Drink

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Photos by Samuel Engelking

Lifelong residents from the neighbourhood affected by gun violence offer their solutions to politicians amid another summer of senseless shootings more

News

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Photos by Samuel Engelking

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

Culture

NOW's guide to the city's most mysterious places just got bigger more

News

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Connie Tsang

Here's where to find the city's best breweries, tastiest pints and biggest selection of beers. more

Drinks

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Samuel Engelking

Vegan protesters, social media stars and restaurateurs are helping Toronto’s vegan scene grow, despite being at odds with one another. As animal-rights activists protest outside of Antler Kitchen & Bar, three new restaurants are opening in Vegandale. more

Life

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Samuel Engelking

Sibling clown duo Morro and Jasp want you to RSVP to their wedding-themed Save The Date, one of 158 shows at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival. more

Theatre

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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 more

Features

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 more

Features

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Samuel Engelking

Your guide to the best new patios in Toronto's bar and restaurant scene including Assembly Chef's Hall, Drake Mini Bar and Pick 6ix. more

, Food & Drink

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Samuel Engelking

It's time to stand up for safety in Toronto's music scene. If a reckoning is coming for sexual misconduct, it will take the entire community, from showgoers to venue owners, to make it happen. more

Features

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Samuel Engelking

Find over 60 events including concerts, food festivals, outdoor movies and more in NOW's annual Hot Summer Guide. 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 more

News

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Natalia Manzocco

The city's hottest new spots are all about seafood, sustainability and a whole lot of pasta more

Food & Drink

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 more

Features

With the writ set to drop any day on the most important Ontario election in recent memory, we offer a primer on the main contenders, hot takes from the experts and a word on the Green Party more

News