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Best of Toronto / July 23, 2014 / Comments (9)

The Best Mac and Cheese in Toronto

Best Mac and Cheese Toronto

The best mac and cheese in Toronto pays homage to a classic comfort-food dish that, though humble, is ingrained in Canadian culture and cherished in our collective nostalgia. While the boxed supermarket version might satisfy the craving just fine, these are places that take it up a notch, going gourmet...

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City / July 23, 2014 / Comments (29)

Latest poll shows Tory, Ford and Chow in dead heat

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Three months from the Toronto mayoral election, the latest poll puts the race at a dead heat between frontrunner candidates John Tory, Rob Ford and Olivia Chow. These new numbers suggest a boost for the incumbent relative to Chow, who's numbers have sharply declined since the company's last poll. According...

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City / July 23, 2014 / Comments (4)

Transit App is voted best TTC app

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What's the best transit app in Toronto? According to readers of this site it's the aptly named Transit App which edged out Moovit and Rocketman in our recent poll. As the winning app, Transit App will be promoted on ttc.ca and officially endorsed by the TTC for the next year....

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City / July 23, 2014 / Comments (11)

What's happening with the Kromer Radio building?

Kromer Radio

The former Kromer Radio building at Bathurst and Nassau streets has been vacant for close to two years, its brilliant electric blue sign disconnected and parking lot surrounded by a chain link fence. The property, now owned by developer RioCan, was a target for a controversial big box store, with...

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Eat & Drink / July 23, 2014 / Comments (15)

10 things to know about the Toronto Festival of Beer

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The Toronto Festival of Beer is this weekend and, at this point, it's quite frankly impossible to deny that this is the biggest and most comprehensive beer festival in Ontario. There's more beer than you can conceivably hope to consume in one sitting, live music, and droves of Toronto beer...

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Announcements / July 23, 2014

New Thai restaurant will soon be serving until last call

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Toronto's newest Thai restaurant welcomes the return of chef Nuit Regular to the Club District, where she made her name slinging pad thai at Khao San Road. The new spot, modelled after a free-spirited town in Thailand, offers a lineup of hearty soups, curries and sticky rices, as well as...

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Fashion & Style / July 23, 2014 / Comments (1)

The top 5 makeup artist and design schools in Toronto

makeup artist toronto

The top makeup artist and design schools in Toronto consider beauty enhancement to be a minor component to a cosmetologist's job. After all, cosmetics are not only useful for vanity's sake, but for reasons that include but are not limited to: zombie replications, drag, properly shaded bruises as an art...

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Pai/ Restaurants

Pai is the latest restaurant from Nuit and Jeff Regular, the duo also behind Sabai Sabai and Sukhothai, who named their newest spot after a town in northern Thailand. Located a...

Bake Them Pretty/ Baked Goods

Bake Them Pretty takes the total bakery count on Harbord Street up to four, having opened just a few days before Almond Butterfly a few doors down. What used to...

El Furniture Warehouse/ Restaurants

El Furniture Warehouse in the Annex is the tenth outpost of this Canadawide purveyor of cheap eats, where every item on the menu is priced at just $4.95. Originally from...

Home/ Baked Goods

Home is a new bake shop and ice cream spot that opened in Bloordale earlier this summer. Bakerbots co-owner and Home full-owner Christopher Stopa (of "lost Radiohead song" fame) wants...

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