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Radar / August 31, 2014 / Comments (0)

The top 10 events in Toronto for September 2014

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The top events in Toronto this September won't allow us much time to mourn the passing (or almost-passing, we hope) of summer. Lit fans will browse books at Word on the Street, runners will honour Terry Fox, foodies will gorge at AwesTRUCK and Dîner en Blanc, and Taste of the...

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City / August 31, 2014 / Comments (0)

What open streets used to look like in Toronto

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The second edition of Open Streets TO takes place today, so what better time than now to recall what Toronto's first pedestrian takeover looked like. We've already traced the history of the Yonge St. Mall, but these photos bring something new to the table. Can you believe how packed the...

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Sports & Play / August 31, 2014 / Comments (0)

The top 10 places to take a walk in Toronto

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There's no shortage of scenic places to walk in Toronto, a city that prides itself on over 1,600 some odd parks and green spaces. But not all parks are made for walking, and not all ravines will let you escape without hiking. There is, of course, a difference between a...

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Free events in Toronto: September 1-7, 2014

Free events in Toronto this week won't land you any means of production to take back your life from the people to whom it means so, so little, but they will allow you to meander TIFF's free street festival from September 4-7. Star gazing and lifestyle envy are free as...

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Announcements / August 31, 2014

Basic threads, unusual imports collide in new store

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In the Junction, an artist and restaurant owner turned self-taught clothing designer has created a home for his army-influenced pieces, built to last and livened up with rich indigo dye. But it's not all military austerity - the stock mixes things up with a carefully-chosen blend of accessories and decor...

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Sports & Play / August 30, 2014 / Comments (4)

The sights and sounds of the CNE at night

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Just before the sun starts going down you see them - the exodus of fairgoers through the Princes' and Dufferin Gates out of the CNE, but after nearly five decades of the Ex I have never understood why they're going just when everything's about to get good....

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Fashion & Style / August 30, 2014 / Comments (58)

The best and worst Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Toronto

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The best and worst Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Toronto are tricky to tackle: how does one measure the likeability of an army of chain stores that are designed to serve the same purpose? Interestingly enough, not all Shoppers are the same. Some are great grocery stores (minus the produce),...

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Goodfolk is a brand-new store brimming with vintage curiosities from around the globe, tucked quietly into a strip of stores at Dundas and Broadview. It's an unusual location - the...

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