We’ve got ourselves a lot of Days in this town. Show More Summary
So, you want to know what’s in the news today? This is what’s in the news today: Rob Ford sits down for an awkward chat with CBC News before cancelling interviews with a bunch of other media outlets, Doug Ford redefines racism, and Jim Wilson is the interim leader of the Progressive Conservatives. Show More Summary
In today's Urban Planner: a little garden music, futuristic visions from the past, and stars under the stars. Music: There’s bound to be a lot of barbecuing, beaching, and boozing around the city this summer, so we’d like to suggest something a little more refined to keep things balanced. Show More Summary
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. Today, the Grid announced it was closing, and the Globe and Mail built a fence—an actual, real, non-figurative fence it’s decided might come in handy for shutting its own writers and editors out. It has been a […]
Ten reasons to see lots of shows at this year's fest. With more than 130 shows and additional programming, the Toronto Fringe Festival can be overwhelming. And since the shows are picked mostly via a lottery system, finding one that will be worth your time and money can be a crapshoot—though the best shows can and have gone on to eventual Broadway runs and major film […]
City planning expert Brent Toderian wants streets to make passersby stick around. Brent Toderian, urban design consultant, ex-chief of Vancouver city planning, and founding president of the Council for Canadian Urbanism, wants to talk about getting sticky. Show More Summary
Read an excerpt from the new book about Toronto on the big screen. For years, Toronto has been both a disguised supporting character in hit Hollywood films and a cinematic muse in its own right. A new anthology from the University of...Show More Summary
Much-lauded weekly announces today that next issue will be its last. After three years of operation and dozens of awards, The Grid announced today that that it would cease publication as of tomorrow. The Torstar-owned alternative weekly launched May 12, 2011, after the discontinuation of its predecessor, Eye Weekly.