Salon-style party with Dainty Box and pop-up performances. $5 sugg donation. Henhouse, 1532 Dundas W. henhousetoronto.com.
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This Week in Fashion rounds up the week's style news, store openings and closings, pop-up shops, sales and upcoming fashion and design events in Toronto.
Residents of the Dixon Rd. housing complex at the centre of a sweeping series of raids last week are alleging Toronto police engaged in brutality and racial profiling.
With bustling patios, warm and sunny evenings, and plenty of long weekends, summer is the season most conducive to putting one's responsibilities aside, heading down to the pub or liquor store, and dedicating a few hours to the pursuit of flavour and fun at the bottom of a glass.
The Professional Writers Association of Canada presented University Affairs ' Peggy Berkowitz with an award for Editor of the Year at the PWAC Writing Awards ceremony last week at MagNet.
A couple are baffled as to why they have been locked out a Toronto burger franchise that they have been running for more than a year, given that they have made their rent payments each month.
Toronto police say a 42-year-old woman was at a bar in the Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue area on June 6. About 10 minutes later, the woman became "incoherent" and was assisted into a taxi by the man and another man, police said.
The African Canadian Legal Clinic held a news conference Tuesday after a town hall meeting at 320 Dixon Rd., one of the apartment buildings in a complex targeted by the sweep.
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Rob Ford will find Thursday whether or not he'll be contesting a case at the Supreme Court of Canada .
A demolition expert examines the letters atop the old Westwood Theatre on the southeast corner of Kipling Road and Bloor Street.
A weekend incident in which a drink was thrown at Toronto Mayor Rob Ford highlights the need for him to have a security detail at public events, his councillor brother says.
After police raids that saw more than two dozen arrests, police have released a near-complete list of those charged in a year-long gang sweep linked to Mayor Rob Ford and an alleged crack cocaine scandal.
And a number are now working on an 11th-hour plan to save the instructors and hours of music programing for elementary students from the budget axe at this Wednesday night's board meeting.