Beaches International Jazz Festival

Soul Stew frontman Michael Dunston, centre, belts out a tune during the Beaches International Jazz Festival in Woodbine Park on Sunday.

Ten days of Beaches Jazz come to an end Sunday

The 26th annual Beaches International Jazz Festival (BIJF) wraps up this weekend with a street party along Queen Street East as well as a...

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Blumorpha rendering

A rendering of the Blumorpha pop-up window display at 1447 Gerrard St. E.; the window displays aim to help beautify the Little India retail strip.

Pop-up window displays help beautify Little India retail strip

An out-of-the-box experiment to incubate new business in the Gerrard India Bazaar is working. Inspired by the pop-up shops on The...

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Mayoral debate

Mayoral candidate David Soknacki released his plan on how to ease gridlock in Toronto this week.

Soknacki proposes free TTC rides from 6 to 7 a.m. in order to spread capacity

Early-risers would get a free ride on the TTC for the next four to five years, and the bunching of buses and streetcars would become a...

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Beaches International Jazz Festival

Beach resident/bass player Saya Gray, left, and jazz pianist Quincy Bullen of Scarborough as set to perform both weekends of the Beaches International Jazz Festival at Woodbine Park as well as during Streetfest.

Beaches International Jazz Festival kicks off 26th edition this weekend

Beaches Jazz is here. Starting today (Friday, July 18), upward of 800,000 people are set to make their way to the Beach to take in the...

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The Maple Leaf Forever

Four Toronto designers have crafted unique pieces from the reamains of a silver maple that grew in Leslieville neighbourhood that inspired the song "The Maple Leaf Forever".

Art worked created from Maple Leaf Forever tree unveiled at MJG Gallery on Queen Street Saturday

A lineup of local artists selected to transform Leslieville’s felled Maple Leaf Forever tree into unique works of art will be introduced to...

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Name our Park

Name our Park

Help name the park at the old Don Jail

Nothing stirs the imagination in east-end Toronto like the old Don Jail. It was the site of Canada’s last hanging in 1962; the jail from...

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Corktown Common

An aerial photo of Corktown Common after it was completed.

Community, partners celebrate grand opening of Corktown Common

Corktown Common, a once-abandoned, post-industrial site just west of the lower Don River, is now officially open for all to enjoy. On...

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transportation options

Aerial shot of the lands south of Eastern Avenue which is undergoing substantial transformation. City planners are currently studying how to improve transportation options in the area in anticipation of future commercial and residential development. The study area is bounded by Don Roadway to the west, Lakeshore Boulevard East to the south and Coxwell Avenue to the east.

Resident talk traffic congestion along Eastern Avenue at community meeting

Residents living near Eastern Avenue say they’re worried about traffic levels worsening as intensification gains momentum on lands to the...

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Eureka! Maker Crafts for Kids

Wed Jul 23 | 2:00 PM

Summer Storytelling Evening

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LIFESTYLE - A Toronto teacher says skip the tutoring and workbooks this summer and let kids learn by doing

When parents ask me for worksheets for their children to use during summer vacation I cringe. Kids...

FOOD - The Gourmet Fruaglista is eating and drinking through Toronto’s summer at Odd Seoul, El Caballito and Pho Tien Thanh

Summer in the City of Toronto means a lot of things – music festivals, days on the island, street...

PETS - Toronto Wildlife Centre blogger talks about the adaptations of the Eastern grey squirrel

It is said that familiarity breeds contempt, and in the world of urban wildlife the Eastern grey...

PETS - Start a Neighbourhood Cat Watch and help save the lives of Toronto's street cats

What do you do when you find a stray cat? The goal is to rescue it.

HEALTH- Etobicoke dentist gives tips to help calm your fears about going to the dentist

Dental anxiety, or fear of the dentist, is a common phenomenon. According to Statistics Canada, 40...

ENTERTAINMENT - Soulpepper’s Twelve Angry Men is a riveting performance and one that is a must-see

Soulpepper’s rendition of Twelve Angry Men did not disappoint. The play by Reginald Rose hones in on...

FOOD - ShiShawarma offers an authentic Middle East atmosphere and the best falafel in Toronto

If you’re taking a walk down Yonge Street this summer, be sure to drop by ShiShawarma, and save...

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