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Radar / January 26, 2015 / Comments (0)

Today in Toronto: Art Spiegelman, Twin Peaks Trivia, Dear Diary, The Comedy Cabaret

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Today in Toronto Twin Peaks fanatics can congregate in the circle of sycamores on Queen Street West (I think that's on the patio) for the Beaver's Twin Peaks trivia night. Or, at Supermarket, laugh at other people's embarrassing diary entries instead of crying alone over your own. Lucky comics fans...

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Eat & Drink / January 25, 2015 / Comments (2)

Playa Cabana restaurant empire headed to Corktown

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Toronto's still cuckoo for Mexican food, even if the trend has lost a little steam to the rise of Middle Eastern restaurants and craft brewpubs in this city. For evidence of just how resilient the Mexican/taco trend is, just think of the little empire that is Playa Cabana. Already five...

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Eat & Drink / January 25, 2015 / Comments (3)

Toronto bar pairs Valentine's Day dinner with sex talks

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There'll be no shortage of candlelit romantic dinners setting tables aglow across the city this Valentine's Day -- but only one will literally allow you to eat your feelings. Bloorcourt's The Steady -- they of the dance parties and awesome vegan donuts -- will be throwing a five-course dinner on...

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City / January 25, 2015 / Comments (7)

A guide to Indigenous Toronto

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Toronto has a long Indigenous history that we aren't always aware of. The name Toronto is derived from a Mohawk word "tkaronto," which means "where there are trees standing in the water." The marker was originally ascribed to The Narrows, between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching, but later became associated...

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Announcements / January 25, 2015

Is this the best Middle Eastern food in the GTA?

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Middle Eastern food emerged as a a major trend in Toronto over the last year, but long before our current obsession took hold, this restaurant, take-out counter and grocer was already serving up some of the city's best falafel, chicken shawarma and hummus. I've been patronizing this restaurant longer than...

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Eat & Drink / January 25, 2015 / Comments (22)

The top 10 cheap eats on St. Clair West

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Cheap eats on St. Clair West are plentiful on St. Clair West. There's no shortage of budget-friendly foods to be had, everything from sandwiches and soups, to tacos, roti and pho. Here are my picks for the top cheap eats on St. Clair West....

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Radar / January 25, 2015 / Comments (2)

The top 5 free events in Toronto: Jan 26 - Feb 1 2015

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Free events in Toronto this week will start out emerging you in Japanese fantasy and end with a huge dose of cartoon nostalgia. In between see the works of author and artist Douglas Coupland, dance to the music collections of some rising Canadian musicians, and attend a funeral for a...

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Sababa is one part restaurant, one part Middle Eastern grocer, located on the north side of Steeles east of Bathurst. It's been a business since 1987, and I've certainly been...

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