Everything you need to know about Jay’s playoff drive with 7 games to go

Time for the Blue Jays to spray some playoff champagne of their own. After watching the Yankees celebrations at Rogers Center as they won the American League East Division on Tuesday night, the Jays have a chance — make it a golden opportunity — to throw their own party tonight. That could happen with a … Read more

Manoah donates $100,000 prize to stand up to online bullying

Blue Jays starter Alek Manoah has donated a $100,000 sponsorship he won for defending his teammate over a body-shaming tweet to a nonprofit that gives kids the chance to participate in organized sports. Dove Men+Care announced on Monday that it will offer athletes sponsorship for their sportsmanship for the first time in the sports industry. … Read more

The Weeknd Fans Pack Rogers Center For The Long-Awaited Return Of Toronto’s Prodigal Son

At least this time he wasn’t Rogered. After being denied the chance to begin his “After Hours til Dawn” world tour here in July due to a nationwide communications deficit from communications giant The Weeknd — one of music’s most popular commodities — more than made up for it with a 100-minute bombing raid. of … Read more

Why is the Toronto City Council not like the city it serves?

Toronto residents fighting for a seat on the city council this fall are about as diverse as the city itself, with candidates of all skin colors and genders, low-income people, driving the TTC, renting their homes, and living with a handicap. The 26-member council, as it stands now, is anything but. Politicians who shape Toronto … Read more

Radio host apologizes for mocking Blue Jays’ Alejandro Kirk

A Montreal radio host has apologized for lightly showing a video of Blue Jays catcher Alejandro Kirk rounding the ground in a match last Tuesday. “The words were harsh. The sentiment was out of bounds and I deeply regret it. Period,” wrote Matthew Ross, who hosts the Weekend Game Plan, a TSN radio show in … Read more

Don’t settle for ‘good enough’ in the Toronto election

During election season, it’s helpful to imagine yourself a visitor to the city. What are the first impressions of Toronto? Some are pretty good, especially now. Streets filled with a critical mass of people that other cities dream of. Endless culture and festivals galore. But what else is there to see, the things we overlook … Read more

Views on the Legacy of the Monarchy – from an Indigenous Academician, Content Creator and Researcher

Indigenous peoples in Canada have a long-standing relationship with the monarchy. It was often a difficult one. After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and when King Charles III took the throne, the Star spoke to a native academic, content creator and researcher about the legacy of the monarchy, in general, and the Queen in … Read more

Future trades 60 minutes wait for 30 minutes of bliss at Rolling Loud Toronto

Only a handful of artists can make you forget they were even late. Future is one of them. At one point, the question was whether Future would show up or not. The massive crowd at the Uber Stage in Rolling Loud Toronto on Ontario Place was scheduled to come out at 9:50 PM and waited … Read more

Future trades 60 minutes wait for 30 minutes of bliss at Rolling Loud Toronto

Only a handful of artists can make you forget they were even late. Future is one of them. At one point, the question was whether Future would show up or not. The massive crowd at the Uber Stage in Rolling Loud Toronto on Ontario Place was scheduled to come out at 9:50 PM and waited … Read more

Future trades 60 minutes wait for 30 minutes of bliss at Rolling Loud Toronto

Only a handful of artists can make you forget they were even late. Future is one of them. At one point, the question was whether Future would show up or not. The massive crowd at the Uber Stage in Rolling Loud Toronto on Ontario Place was scheduled to come out at 9:50 PM and waited … Read more