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Announcements / April 23, 2014

Harbord hair salon undergoes an oasis-style makeover

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The Saloon hair salon on Harbord has been reinvented as a little slice of Miami. Now that the space is again open to the public, sporting a new name and a beachy bleached-wood interior, the salon's tightly-knit team can help you out with everything from laid-back beach waves to neon...

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Sports & Play / April 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

Where to learn to fight like a girl in Toronto

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Fight Like a Girl is a free self-defence program for women currently offered once a month out of OpenMat MMA, a martial arts school and studio in downtown Toronto. But it's a whole lot more than just a class: If program founder and OpenMat owner Elliot Bayev has his way,...

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Announcements / April 23, 2014

Long awaited bar finally opens on Dundas West

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After an extensive delay and battle with neighbours over noise complaints, this long awaited bar on Dundas West has finally officially opened its doors. Expect art shows, dance parties, and plenty of live music. Read my profile of Studio Bar in the bars section....

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Fashion & Style / April 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

This Week in Fashion: FAT, Muttonhead store launch, North Standard Trading Post anniversary

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This Week in Fashion rounds up the week's style news, store openings and closings, pop-up shops, sales and upcoming fashion and design events in Toronto. Find it here every Wednesday morning. EVENTS |FAT| Arts & Fashion Week's ninth annual edition launched last night with a slew of eccentric runway shows,...

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Radar / April 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: Rae Spoon and Ivan Coyote, This is Not a Work Party, FAT, Undefined, Snowbirds

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Today in Toronto Canadian trans artists / awesome people Ivan Coyote and Rae Spoon present their multimedia show "Gender Failure," where Seattle's Clyde Petersen will help shine a light through the bars of the gender binary through animation and help launch the book of the same name. Over on College...

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Eat & Drink / April 22, 2014 / Comments (15)

Frozen beer arrives in Toronto

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Polar beer, a frozen version of draught that's wildly popular in Japan, has arrived in Toronto. Kind of like a soft serve version of your standard pint, these beers are served colder than usual and come topped with a curled frozen foam that resembles the retro-styled ice cream product. More...

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Music / April 22, 2014 / Comments (12)

The top 10 music festivals in Ontario for 2014

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The top music festivals in Ontario for 2014 will take you all around the province. While we love Toronto (and its festivals), sometimes you need to spend some time apart from loved ones to appreciate them more. While Toronto has enough music fests to keep you within city limits just...

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Palm Sunday is the result of a beautiful transformation. The salon had a previous life as the Saloon until owners and stylists Kat Marcus and Ronnie Dag decided last year...

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Studio Bar is the latest multiuse venue to open on Dundas West, after a long struggle. That must be a relief to owners Sebastian Lye, Alex Otten and Mike Bodor,...

Phipps Bakery Cafe/ Baked Goods

Phipps Bakery Cafe lets whimsy reign. The Eglinton Ave. bakery bubbles over with a kind of frothy enthusiasm, from its curlicue-rod iron-front doors and French-style awning to the big baskets...

PRiMAALA/ Fashion Stores

PRiMAALA is only six weeks old, but the Dundas West boutique is already poised to change the way Toronto thinks about plus size fashion, one impeccably-tailored pinstripe dress at a...

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