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Radar / October 20, 2014 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: Fashion Week, Laughable, Early Monthly Segments, Young Widows, Series 8:08

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Today in Toronto it's that biannual event you can't help but forget, Toronto's Fashion Week. Take a look at our preview here, and try to get street styled at least once, you mongrel you. Early Monthly Segments is back at the Gladstone - and drunk as hell from the looks...

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Eat & Drink / October 19, 2014 / Comments (19)

The top 10 stores that sell British products in Toronto

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Stores that sell British products in Toronto stock all those nostalgia-inducing items that take you right back to the fair isles. You can spend a little on sweets or you blow all your shrapnel in a Harrod's-like shopping frenzy. Don Barbour jackets and Liberty prints, throw a couple of Union...

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Fashion & Style / October 19, 2014 / Comments (0)

Toronto Fashion Week S/S 2015 preview

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Toronto Fashion Week is back at the tents at David Pecaut Square for the spring/summer 2015 season. As designers make a mad dash to perfect their collections before sending them out the door, and countless volunteers pull on their black T-shirts and pick out stylish-yet-practical shoes, the Canadian fashion media...

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Announcements / October 19, 2014

Beloved Leslieville bakery expands uptown

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The duo behind one of Leslieville's most successful bakeries started out making lavish wedding cakes - but found that Torontonians were just as likely to pop into the shop on an average day for a scone and a coffee. Their retail expansion efforts have taken them to Yonge and Lawrence,...

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Radar / October 19, 2014 / Comments (3)

Free events in Toronto: October 20-26, 2014

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Free events in Toronto this week will get a little spooky, though nothing is as terrifying as walking by the ATM to check your bank balance (also not always a free activity). The Zombie Walk and Night of Dread are big ones, plus there are parties, street fests, film screenings...

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Music / October 19, 2014 / Comments (6)

The top 10 costumed Toronto bands of all time

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The top costumed Toronto bands might see October as a little basic - after all, they've committed to dressing up 365 days a year (or at least, for x amount of gigs per year). Halloween will soon be upon us and many of us are already choosing costumes ourselves, but...

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Sports & Play / October 18, 2014 / Comments (28)

How to spend a day in CityPlace and Harbourfront

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CityPlace is great if you like banks (there's one on every corner), a sea of tall, anonymous buildings and an overpriced Sobey's. And the Harbourfront is perfect for tourists. Well, tourists that can actually get around down there now that the Queens Quay streetcar is back. As CityPlace is still...

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Bobbette & Belle (Yonge St.)/ Baked Goods

Bobbette & Belle on Yonge is the brand-new uptown offshoot of a Leslieville patisserie equally beloved for their ornate wedding cakes as they are for their deliciously down-to-earth baked goods. After...

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Bodega Thirteen is a clothing retailer meets furniture upholsterer meets magazine shop meets art gallery on Dundas West - and if it sounds busy, it's because it is. But in...

Get Fresh Company/ Fashion Stores

Get Fresh Company is a high-end streetwear store on Queen West and Portland that doesn't have a sign (yet) and likely, doesn't need one. The store sits in plain view...

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Kaiju is a small fast-food stall hidden away in a dismal, mostly empty basement food court that's part of the new Shops at Aura under the Aura condo building at...

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