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Samuel Engelking

Features

When the Premier says things like, “There is no place in Ontario for anti-Semitism,” it’s hard not to feel a little sick to your stomach more

News

Whether you’re rolling high or hitting the bottom of the barrel this season, these eight sippers are great for gifting more

Drinks

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Mitch Brown

Toronto producer Harrison poured himself into the piano, opening up a world of songwriting freedom that's evident on his sophomore album, Apricity. more

Features

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Tanja-Tiziana

However conventional it may be to make use of lobbyists who are used to speaking the language of the party in power, the sheer number with connections to Queen's Park is concerning more

Cannabis

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Italian-language series based on Elena Ferrante's popular Neapolitan novels is faithful, magical and unsentimental more

Reviews

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Samuel Engelking

Toronto’s longest-running free community film fest tackles gentrification, community building and inequality more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

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Samuel Engelking

Local and international musicians came together to discuss the meaning of success at the opening of the new Toronto arts incubator Hxouse. more

Features

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Cara Howe/Netflix

The first Muslim-American talk show host brings a fresh perspective on culture and politics with Patriot Act, but it's sometimes hard to keep up more

Reviews

With her long-awaited Honey album now out, Swedish pop darling Robyn will play Rebel in March. Plus just announced Toronto shows from YG, Weird Al, Iron Maiden, Laura Jane Grace and more. more

Music

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Samuel Engelking

The trans singer, comic, club owner and sex work activist's résumé is way more interesting than yours – and it's all in her new memoir more

Features

From an international slate of Asian films and movies from the European Union to a series at one of Toronto's neighbourhoods, there's something for everyone on screens this week more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

The Ford government's plan to eliminate paid sick days and reduce access to personal emergency leave has far-reaching implications for the health of every resident in Ontario more

News

World premieres of Her Inside Life and Kill The Poor prove that really bad life events can make for really good theatre more

Theatre

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The Tenant Turn Up tour connects artists in Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa – LAL, Lee Reed and Cheko Salaam – to call attention to the housing crisis. more

Features

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Olivia Bednar

Find healing crystals, tarot cards, gems and more at these six shops that specialize in astrology, metaphysiology and all things New Age. more

Life

Food Dudes' latest is a sleek, high-end hideaway with a Japanese-inspired small plates menu and plenty of luxe touches more

Food

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Warner Bros.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies and Incredibles 2 nicely demonstrate the range of stories available within the superhero genre more

Interviews & Features

With more Torontonians working remotely, developers are adding stylish co-working spaces into condos that rival WeWork more

Real Estate

The largest LGBTQ literary festival in the world takes over Glad Day Bookshop from November 9 to 11 more

Books