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Announcements / August 28, 2014

New late night snack bar is the talk of Chinatown

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A Chinatown establishment once known for dishing out the (self-proclaimed) best Peking duck in Toronto received a complete makeover earlier this year from the folks behind 416 Snack Bar. It's been a hotbed of activity ever since with line-ups the norm most weekends. Read my review of People's Eatery in...

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New in Toronto real estate: The Ossington Townhomes

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The Ossington Townhomes is a luxury development on Ossington just north of Dupont. While located significantly north of the section of the street known as the epicentre of cool (one should always doubt such designations), it's hard to argue against the location, which offers easy access to a ton of...

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Music / August 28, 2014 / Comments (8)

A brief history of Cube Nightclub (formerly the Bamboo)

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Cube Nightclub has already seen some of the biggest name DJs in the world rocking their sound system since opening in the winter of 2012, but for many Torontonians the space will forever be associated with the booming reggae bass lines and spicy tropical food that the Bamboo provided on...

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Eat & Drink / August 28, 2014 / Comments (15)

The top 20 restaurants near the Rogers Centre

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Restaurants near the Rogers Centre will keep all your bases covered as you head to your next Jays or Argos game (or, er, Disney on Ice outing). If the idea of eating ballpark grub holds no appeal, this list will satisfy your appetite, whether you're looking for something cheap, splurge-worthy,...

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The top 10 truck rental options in Toronto

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Truck rental options in Toronto offer hot wheels and hot deals for the big moving day. If you are like me, you beg a friend with a mini-van, or rent a cargo. These, and many other rental companies offer cargo vans, which are good for a move, but what about...

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Music / August 28, 2014 / Comments (2)

Chris Isaak a dazzling beacon of light at Massey Hall

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An angel descended at Massey Hall last night and blessed Toronto's most gentle kitsch-country fans with a light show that will endlessly dance as beams of pure love in the deepest reflective surfaces of our retinas, until we too pass on to the next life and become miniature rhinestone angels,...

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City / August 28, 2014 / Comments (23)

5 lowlights from Rob Ford's football coaching days

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New documents obtained by the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail via a freedom of information request reveal that Rob Ford's tenure as the football coach for the Don Bosco Eagles was at least as troubled as his time in the big chair at city hall. In fact, it'd be...

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People's Eatery, formerly an unassuming spot in Chinatown, has been given a full makeover thanks to the folks behind the buzzy and busy 416 Snack Bar. Living up to its...

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Axe & Hatchet Grooming Club runs in the family. Well, barbering runs in the family. "My old man was a barber, so I grew up in a barbershop," says an affable...

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Goodfolk is a brand-new store brimming with vintage curiosities from around the globe, tucked quietly into a strip of stores at Dundas and Broadview. It's an unusual location - the...

Opelle/ Fashion Stores

Opelle, a homegrown handbag line, strikes a balance between everyday style and luxurious materials. For the past five years, designer Amy Malcolm has been quietly producing the leather pieces out...

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