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Eat & Drink / April 18, 2015 / Comments (3)

The top 10 bars to watch a Raptors game in Toronto

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Want to watch the Raptors game at a Toronto bar? There are plenty of sports bars and pubs around the city, but this list zeros in on the best of the best to watch the Dinos in action. Not chillin' courtside with Drake or gazing at the big screen outside...

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Announcements / April 18, 2015

Newest Keg location a shrine to meat and Caesars

The Keg Toronto

I don't know if its the casual new atmosphere, the sharable bar menu, or the fact that Toronto's dining scene is increasingly trying to pass off tiny portions at record prices, but The Keg is suddenly seeming more affordable than ever. The meaty menu tops out at $40 for a...

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Music / April 18, 2015 / Comments (0)

YouTube celebrity's ode to Toronto goes viral

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Scarborough-born YouTube celebrity IISuperwomanII (I'm 100% sure you're a celebrity once you have 5,542,692 subscribers) a.k.a. Lilly Singh released a new video on April 16th - 4.16 - that pays tribute to Toronto in a huge way, from the standard skyline shots, Yonge-Dundas Square appearances, and TTC-subway-car-party scenes to an...

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City / April 18, 2015 / Comments (0)

Toronto laneway to become reggae hot spot (once again)

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Reggae Lane has seen much better days in Toronto, but some new developments spell changes for the historic alley, beginning this weekend and carrying on through the summer and beyond. EngageTO is part of two Toronto area cleanups scheduled for Saturday, April 18 at Reggae Lane (and Sunday, April 19...

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Arts / April 18, 2015 / Comments (0)

Love Art Fair poses big questions for Toronto collectors

Love Art Fair Toronto

Love Art Fair is back in Toronto for its second year at the Direct Energy Centre. The Toronto re-branding of The Affordable Art Fair, which has spread worldwide since launching in London in the '90s, features works all priced in the $100 - $10,000 range, making it attractive to new...

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City / April 17, 2015 / Comments (12)

Transit nerds gear up for 2am tunnel boring party

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Transit nerds are stoked about a milestone event for the Eglinton Crosstown. Early in the morning this Saturday and Sunday (between 2am and 5am), Metrolinx staff will extract the massive tunnel boring machines from the west side of Allen Rd. before reinstalling them just east of the expressway....

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Announcements / April 17, 2015

Popular online store opens retail shop in Toronto

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Since 2013, this Toronto-based e-commerce store has brought joy to lovers of adorable handmade goods around the world - and now, they're looking to bring Toronto shoppers even closer to the stuff they love. In a narrow storefront on Queen West, they've brought in choice products from 50 of their...

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R&D is now open in Chinatown where Strada 241 used to be. It's a new 85-seat restaurant from MasterChef Canada season one winner, Eric Chong and Michelin-starred chef and MasterChef...

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