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Announcements / August 27, 2014

Yorkville gets a modern old-school barber shop

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$50 per haircut might not seem like much to those who frequent a decent hair salon, but for men who've grown accustomed to a much cheaper rate at an old-school barber shop it's sticker shock. But perhaps if there's anywhere in Toronto this price will fly its Yorkville and and...

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Film / August 27, 2014 / Comments (0)

15 must see films at TIFF according to its programmers

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I like to imagine myself pretty well informed at this point when it comes to TIFF's line-up this year but the simple truth is no one is more of a TIFF guru than the programmers themselves. They've spent hours upon hours watching movies, thinking about movies, and writing about movies....

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City / August 27, 2014 / Comments (15)

Which Toronto mayoral candidate rules Twitter?

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Owning Twitter won't guarantee election success, but a strong social media presence is certainly a good way to broadcast political messages and display a little personality. This election period, Toronto's big four candidates--David Soknacki, Olivia Chow, John Tory, and Rob Ford--have all used Twitter to broadcast campaign promises, share photographs...

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Fashion & Style / August 27, 2014 / Comments (1)

Makeup chain Inglot coming to Yonge and Dundas

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Makeup junkies, heads up: International cosmetics chain Inglot is coming to Toronto. The Polish company, which has stores across Europe and the U.S., will be taking over a retail space in the under-utilized strip at the southern edge of Dundas Square, just a few doors down from the Hard Rock...

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Music / August 27, 2014 / Comments (1)

Robyn + Royksopp dance the night away at Echo Beach

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Robyn and Royksopp's concert at Echo Beach was one of the most anticipated of the year for fans of off-centre, futuristic pop. The long-time friends and collaborators are touring for this year's Do It Again EP. They did not disappoint with a two hour-plus set of pounding dance beats and...

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Radar / August 27, 2014 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: Chris Isaak, Vera Brim, Free Origami Lessons, Wayward 1, Artscape Street Party

Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto stop by the lovely new Ratio venue on College for music from experimental artists Vera Brim (Buffalo MRI) with Tarpit, Father Dust, and Fleshtone Aura. Jim Zub's new comic Wayward, set in Tokyo, will launch with a party at Guu. If you're back at the CNE for...

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Music / August 26, 2014 / Comments (8)

Inside Toronto's largest country music venue (for now)

Northern Comfort Saloon

For all its kid-friendly reputation, the Ex isn't shy about trying to entertain the 19+ crowd once the sun goes down. I tend to think that organizers have mixed results in this capacity. So often the musical acts are dated or no-name bands that do little to inspire interest from...

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Axe & Hatchet/ Fashion Stores

Axe & Hatchet Grooming Club runs in the family. Well, barbering runs in the family. "My old man was a barber, so I grew up in a barbershop," says an affable...

Goodfolk/ Design Stores

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...

Opelle/ Fashion Stores

Opelle, a homegrown handbag line, strikes a balance between everyday style and luxurious materials. For the past five years, designer Amy Malcolm has been quietly producing the leather pieces out...

Mars Food/ Restaurants

Mars Food on College is a place I had previously written off. I had stopped in once, maybe a year ago, for a grilled cheese sandwich, only to be disappointed...

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