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Sports & Play / April 21, 2015 / Comments (1)

Bubble ball festival coming to Toronto this spring

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Giant bubbles are no longer for the pariahs and giant hamsters of society - they're now for athletes too (or "athletes," if you wish). Bubble ball is experiencing a rise in popularity, and apparently leagues exist not only in Toronto and Vancouver but in places like Denver, San Diego, and...

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Radar / April 21, 2015 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: FAT, Swan Lake, Whitney Rose, Toronto Raptors Party in the Square, Somewhere There

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Today in Toronto it's the opening of FAT (Toronto Arts & Fashion Week), the studded-leather jacket wearing French bulldog to Toronto Fashion Week's coiffed poodle. FAT's catwalks and photo ops aim to walk the cutting edge of fashion and art. Before the Eifman St. Petersburg Ballet's Anna Karenina gets here...

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City / April 20, 2015 / Comments (65)

Toronto ranked 2nd unhappiest city in Canada

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Toronto is the second unhappiest city in Canada according to a new Statistics Canada report on relative life satisfaction in urban centres across the country. Apparently our mopeyness is surpassed only by Vancouver, which ranked at 7.808 out of 10 compared to Toronto at 7.818....

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Eat & Drink / April 20, 2015 / Comments (5)

The top 10 restaurants for a business breakfast in Toronto

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Meeting for a business breakfast in Toronto? Your morning rendez-vous need not be relegated to coffee houses. Sometimes a little bacon and eggs can make even the diciest business proposition seem a bit more palatable. Here are my picks for the top restaurants for a business breakfast in Toronto....

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City / April 20, 2015 / Comments (17)

What Toronto's giant tunnel boring machines look like

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Fans of heavy machinery and transit nerds got a treat this weekend as Metrolinx extracted and re-installed its two massive tunnel boring machines, Dennis and Lea. The operation brought out over a hundred people (many of them photographers) curious to see what these technological beasts look like in person....

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Eat & Drink / April 20, 2015 / Comments (12)

Boxcar Social opening new location on Queen Street

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Boxcar Social is set to bring its cafe-bar hybrid concept to Queen Street. Already a neighbourhood fixture in Summerhill, the new outpost in Riverside will feature the same mix of coffee, wine, craft beer and whisky, but in more spacious digs....

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Announcements / April 20, 2015

Healthy lunch bike cart opens first permanent eatery

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After making a name for itself peddling (and pedalling) lunch boxes and cold-pressed juices to downtown office workers from a bike cart, this healthy fast-food company now has a storefront of their own. Their daily menu, naturally, has octupled in size - they've got a selection of soups, salads, boxes,...

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