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City / July 28, 2015 / Comments (9)

House of the week: 46 Harriet Street

46 Harriet Street Toronto

46 Harriet Street is the type of dwelling that begs for an open house. Buyers (and curious neighbours) will want to take an exclusive peak inside. A modern home with brick and metal siding, and a glass exterior over three levels, the almost $1.4 million property has more fireplaces and...

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Announcements / July 28, 2015

New shop a destination for local and handmade goods

Pipler Accessories

One of Toronto's newest fashion destinations is home to travel bags, trucker caps and a host of other handmade local items. Want to shop local and look good? This is the place. Read my review of Pipler Accessories in the fashion section....

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City / July 28, 2015 / Comments (22)

Poll says majority of Torontonians support Olympic bid

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Now that Kanye West has performed and hung out with Drake, the restrictions on the HOV lanes have eased and the Pan Am Games have drawn to a close, it's time for Toronto to start thinking about its next blockbuster sporting event. And, why not set our goals as high...

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Eat & Drink / July 28, 2015 / Comments (2)

Vote for your favourite photo of Summerlicious 2015

Daisho

It was another successful year for Summerlicious as diners descended on local restaurants for limited-time prix fixe menus. Prior to the start of the festival, we challenged our readers to share their favourite photos of the standout dishes they enjoyed, and now we ask that you vote for the best...

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Sports & Play / July 28, 2015 / Comments (8)

Reaction to the Blue Jays' blockbuster trade on Twitter

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It was the unexpected trade of the summer last night as the Blue Jays swapped Jose Reyes and top prospects to the Colorado Rockies for all star Troy Tulowitzki and veteran reliever LaTroy Hawkins. The surprise move, which comes as the Blue Jays chase the Yankees for a playoff spot...

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Film / July 28, 2015 / Comments (6)

49 highly anticipated films announced for TIFF 2015

tiff 2015

Get ready Toronto because TIFF 2015 starts on September 10 and Jake Gyllenhaal is kicking it off. The American actor stars alongside Naomi Watts in Demolition, this year's opening film directed by Montreal's Jean-Marc Vallée....

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Music / July 28, 2015 / Comments (16)

Drake and Kanye party at Toronto club after closing ceremonies

Drake Kanye Toronto

As we all know by now, Kanye West performed at the Pan Am Games closing ceremonies on Sunday night, causing a touch of drama with a mic drop on his way out (there were, indeed, technical difficulties)....

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Pipler Accessories/ Fashion Stores

Pipler Accessories works with four guiding principles: local, handmade, charitable and sustainable. These four categories are what make up the core products in the Cabbagetown shop that has quickly become...

KaKa All You Can Eat/ Restaurants

KaKa All You Can Eat offers one of the best AYCE sushi experiences I've ever had - just don't let the price tag scare you away. The Markham restaurant costs more...

Eative/ Restaurants

Eative is a frozen treats shop that makes instant sorbets ($4/$4.65) and gelato ($5/$5.65) with liquid nitrogen. Owner John Yan is not the first in Toronto to do this -...

City Beat Records/ Services

City Beat Records is a hole-in-the-wall music outpost focusing on DJs looking for the newest dance releases, yet keeping their selection open to related genres and doors open to everyone....

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