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Year In Review

There are so many gems on the lists that made up our best albums and best Toronto albums of 2018, that we decided to publish them all more

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Michael Watier

Here were the most popular articles on our website this year more

Life

A look back at the people and events that made headlines in Toronto in 2017 more

News

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Tanja-Tiziana

Toronto continued to experience a shrinking pool of music venues this year, but some promising new spots also opened more

Features

The loss of so many musical icons and local heroes saw Torontonians come together to do a lot of public grieving this year more

Features

Like our city, this year's list is eclectic and idiosyncratic, and its independent focus is a reflection of just how much local musicians are doing it for themselves. more

Features

It's been an emotional year. Accordingly, the albums on our critics' collaborative list of the year's best are a bit anxious, a bit political, a bit gospel, a bit cosmic and a lot existential. more

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When it came to live music, it was a year of bucket-list shows, arena spectacles and unexpected farewells more

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Tanja-Tiziana

Local R&B had a great year, live shows mattered, and homegrown success is totally possible more

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It wasn't a notable year for rock 'n' roll, but a rock band still snagged our number-one spot, while experimentalists of all stripes made the strongest showing. Here's our critics' collaborative list. more

Album reviews

Toronto's hip-hop scene blew up this year. Other trends: shoegaze/post-punk overkill, women kicking ass and everybody going pop. Buzz Records bands also broke through in a big way. more

Music

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Mike Ford

As it turns out, our hearts are not made of ice more

Music

You've read 'em! Now read 'em again! more

News

Theatre creators kept the bar high this year, using their talents in memorable productions both mainstream and indie, in venues large and small. What's especially exciting this year is the range, from established theatre-makers to relative newcomers busting with dramatic gifts. If there were room, another dozen people could justifiably be added here. more

Stage

Best of 2013 more

Music

I love films that take risks. These 10 go right to the edge, through subject matter, craft or performance. more

Interviews & Features

Even with shows by Margie Gillis and Mark Morris (notice their absence on this list), 2013 wasn't the strongest year for dance. But there were still some nice surprises. more

Stage

The year of living Rob Ford more

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