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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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City / July 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

New food truck brings a taste of Brazil to Toronto

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Acai Dreamzz is out to show Torontonians that acai goes way beyond fancy juice on the supermarket shelf. The two-month-old food truck serves up the berry the way it's eaten in Brazil; crushed into a frozen sorbet-like pulp and topped off with some fresh fruit. Read my profile of Acai...

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

The top 5 makeup artist and design schools in Toronto

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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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Music / July 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

Otherland dance series to shake up Toronto party scene

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OTHERLAND is the newest dance party series in Toronto, but it arrives with a reputation already laid out ahead of it. This past winter, Mansion provided the next best thing to a cure for seasonal affective disorder in the form of their two month-long Foundry series, which brought everyone from...

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City / July 23, 2014 / Comments (2)

Who is Ford family political candidate Michael Ford?

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First there was Rob, and then there was Doug, and now there's Michael Ford, the latest in Etobicoke's most famous family to express a desire to hold political office. Late last week, after several months of speculation, the youngest of the Ford clan to dabble in municipal politics filed the...

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Radar / July 23, 2014 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: National Hot Dog Day, Sailor Jupiter, Female to "Male," Asphalt Watches, Post A Letter

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Today in Toronto it's a pay day for freebie hunters: National Hot Dog Day means Fancy Franks are flipping dogs in support of SickKids - one free hot dog per person will be served on the College Street patio between 12-7pm. Summertime free screenings continue with The Lunchbox at Daniels...

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City / July 22, 2014 / Comments (29)

The top 69 coffee shops in Toronto by TTC subway stop

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A cup of coffee can be the silver lining in any morning commute, and cafes along the subway line happen to make for ideal meeting spots and act as an oasis for wi-fi on the go. While the core boasts the highest concentration of indie cafes, as the map spreads...

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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...

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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...

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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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