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Announcements / October 25, 2014

The Danforth gets a slick new gastropub

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People want to know where their food is coming from these days, and this new gastropub on the East Danforth is more than happy to share its sources. It's not just the beautifully presented (and delicious) British comfort food here that makes full use of locally sourced and sustainable ingredients,...

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City / October 25, 2014 / Comments (0)

10 questions for Olivia Chow

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After months of campaigning, a seemingly endless series of debates, and countless hours of canvassing, the 2014 Toronto municipal election is finally at hand. On Monday, voters will finally elect a replacement for Rob Ford. Prior to entering the race, Olivia Chow was widely tipped to be a shoo-in for...

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Sports & Play / October 25, 2014 / Comments (11)

How to spend a day in the Beaches and Upper Beaches

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The Beaches and its counterpart, the Upper Beaches, encompass a wide swath of the easternmost part of the old city of Toronto, bordering Lake Ontario from Coxwell to Victoria Park and North to Kingston Road and include Woodbine, Kew, and Balmy beaches. After the beaches were artificially enhanced in the...

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Music / October 25, 2014 / Comments (12)

The top 10 Toronto goth bands of all time

Toronto goth bands

Toronto's goth scene an undead creature: no matter how many times it's pronounced over, a new wave of dark music will rise in one way or another. Our city's spooky subculture first came to the fore in the early 80s with a handful of post-punk and alt-rockers creating their own...

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Best of Toronto / October 24, 2014 / Comments (25)

The Best Korean Restaurants in Toronto

Korean Toronto

The best Korean restaurants in Toronto are a varied bunch, specializing in everything from stone pot soups and rice bowls to tabletop BBQ and crispy fried bar snacks. That diversity applies equally to geography within the GTA, with establishments spread out from K-Town to Thornhill, Scarborough and beyond. Here are...

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Arts / October 24, 2014 / Comments (5)

5 reasons to check out Art Toronto 2014

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Art Toronto is back at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. If you've never attended an art fair, this is the one to start with: Canada's only international art fair for modern and contemporary art is an overwhelming, full glitz ordeal with over 100 galleries participating, so there's little chance that...

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Sports & Play / October 24, 2014 / Comments (31)

Jays hike ticket prices as much as 50% for 2015 season

blue jays ticket price increase

Yesterday marked 21 years since Joe Carter touched 'em all in Game 6 of the 1993 World Series, giving the Blue Jays the longest absence from the postseason in, not just baseball, but all of North American pro sports. Naturally, it was also the perfect day for the team, who...

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Buca Osteria & Bar, a.k.a Buca Yorkville, is the third outpost from the King Street Food Company. The entrance to the posh new digs is recessed behind the Four Seasons...

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London Calling is a home decor and foodstuffs shop in Cabbagetown specializing in - you guessed it - things from Britain. Having lived in London for some time, I was...

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Han Ba Tang is a newly-opened Korean restaurant and bar in North York, featuring traditional ingredients with a modern twist as well as innovative cocktails. The restaurant's name actually means...

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