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Opening tonight, mezzo Allyson McHardy wears the pants in Handel’s baroque opera Alcina (and she’s happy about that)
The Joe Fresh Canadian designer party at Fashion Week seemed more like a Joe Fresh party: #WMCFW
Follow NOW's @BenSpurr and @goldsbie, who are at tonight's (final!) mayoral debate.
From our election 2014 ward endorsements, six council incumbents who have got to go (no offence):
Witnesses say they saw Rob Ford's alleged former drug dealer putting up "FORD MAYOR" campaign signs last week:
Here we go again. Mixed messages from Ontario Liberals could mean reopening of Sheppard transit debate.
Toronto's Shawn Micallef joins Julian Casablancas of the Strokes in the revolt against brunch:
"The main and most important thing about this election is getting your ass out to a polling station and voting."
Election 2014 ward endorsements: Nine incumbents we'd like to see return to city council
Election 2014 ward endorsements: nine new faces we'd love to see in city council after Oct. 27
Hear NOW's @susangcole on Talk Radio 640's Media and he Message panel today at 9 am
Is it dishonest to pretend to be unmarried as long as I make it clear that I’m not looking for romance?
ICYMI, Editorial: NOW endorses Olivia Chow for mayor
Despite concerns about neonicotinoid links to bee deaths, the pesticide might be approved:
With each visit to Toronto, Flying Lotus’s show gets more visually spectacular and technically advanced:
You’ve probably never heard of stage artist Olivier Choinière or the $100,000 Siminovitch Prize. Why is that?
Tired of pumpkin spice ales? Us, too. Try some of these APAs instead:
Make sure to check out our new contests at to win Amazing Prizes! #ThinkFree #ContestClique
Latin-Canadian Alameda Theatre closes with a festival of new works
Fashion week: Merecedes-Benz ponied up dough for designers this year, but our fashion industry needs more. #wmcfw
John Suriano shares how he became a maintenance and construction electrician, and what his day-to-day life is like:
We're watching with shock at the situation in the capital. We're thinking of you, Ottawa.
Fresh dish: Kanpai Snack Bar is replacing Ginger in Cabbagetown, and Yorkville welcomes Buca
NOW endorses Olivia Chow for mayor:
Toronto's @G987FM president and CEO is planning to launch Canada's version of BET next fall:
ICYMI: the beloved El Mocambo palm tree sign is for sale on eBay.
Video: From transit to jobs, NOW’s @SabrinaMaddeaux finds out how the Oct. 27 election will impact Gen Y’s future
William H. Macy's directorial debut Rudderless is a small movie, and that’s just fine:
Wondering what will happen to the beloved El Mocambo sign after the club closes? Oh, it's on eBay:
There’s an admirable clarity in director Allen MacInnis’s production of family-friendly To Kill A Mockingbird:
ICYMI, the Emmet Ray has Trish Gill (of the Dock Ellis) creating what she calls globally inspired comfort food:
On album six, Toronto’s Oh Susanna (Suzie Ungerleider) sounds pretty comfy breaking out of her comfort zone.
Illumination is the theme in Stephen Andrews’s new painting and drawing show. Our 4-N review:
Video: From transit to jobs, NOW’s @SabrinaMaddeaux finds out how the Oct. 27 election will impact Gen Y’s future
Which mayoral candidate has the best plan to tackle systemic issues at City Hall? #TOpoli
Now is an excellent time to raise your game, LIbras: #freewillastrology
ICYMI, @johnsemley3000 broke the NOW review system and gave last weekend's King Diamond show 666 trillion Ns:
Instead of breaking up, Foxygen made a psychedelic, noisy third album
ICYMI: 48 hours on the frontlines with WoodGreen workers
Cask Days are almost upon us!
These Final Hours is a movie where the end is not just nigh, but in the process of arriving:
Could eating invasive species be the best way of dealing with them?
Ranked ballots, term limits, shorter elections... Where do the mayoral candidates stand on governance issues?
The Art of Building a Bunker raises thorny ideas, but the show is often driven by humour.
Steph Cameron: a voice, guitar and a bit of harmonica – just a woman in a room laying her music onto 2-inch tape.
The Humber vs. the Don Valley: which is best for a nature lover’s day trip? #eastvswest
Hamilton locals complain that recent arrivals from Toronto are infecting the political culture of Steeltown:
The Wooden Sky played 3 sets at 3 record stores this weekend, biking to each one with instruments on their backs.