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Car free streets and events in Toronto this summer

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Cars may dominate most streets in Toronto, but there are still plenty of places for pedestrians to roam free. Last year's TIFF showed us what King West would be like without traffic and the recently revitalized Queens Quay and Union Station plaza now provide ample space for those on foot....

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10 famous people visiting Toronto this summer 2015

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Toronto has always been a destination for celebs. Whether it be for a film shoot, a concert, or a meet-and-greet at a nightclub, famous people of all stripes will be gracing our super livable city while the snow is on hiatus. Here are ten famous people visiting Toronto this summer....

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The top 5 iPhone and Android apps for the Pan Am Games in Toronto

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There is a lot happening during the Pan Am Games, and it can be difficult to keep up with it all. But if you have a smartphone, you don't have to worry: there's an app for that. Here are five apps to check out if you want to stay informed...

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What sporting events used to look like in Toronto

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With the Pan Am Games on the horizon, it seemed like the right time to add to our sizeable archive of historical posts with a look back at sporting events over the years in Toronto. While the city has never hosted a sporting event on the scale of Pan Am,...

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Bloor Viaduct finally lights up the night

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It took over 10 years, but last night the Bloor Viaduct finally lit up the night sky as the so called Luminous Veil was unveiled in all its colourful glory. Composed of 35,000 LED lights, the Dereck Revington-designed installation runs the length of the bridge, and will now remain illuminated...

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Eat & Drink / July 5, 2015 / Comments (12)

How to mark National Fried Chicken Day in Toronto

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National Fried Chicken Day is a thing in Toronto in case you didn't know. Well, in as much as National Donut Day and National Hot Dog Day are things. And why not? Fried chicken is the type of dish that attracts a rabid fan base, with devotees quick to point...

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The top 5 parks for sports in Toronto

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The top parks for playing sports in Toronto offer everything from basketball and volleyball courts to baseball diamonds and soccer fields, making your summer exercise that much easier -- and more fun. If you're looking for a space to practice your serve, bring your equipment and some chums and spend...

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Boxcar Social has a second location in Riverside in addition to its original spot in Summerhill, bringing its highly specialized brand of cafe-bar hybrid to the east side of town. This...

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Same Nightclub is a new club located in the space where previous bars Cobra and West used to be. Boasting bottle service and DJ beats, Same is open Thursdays to...

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Reunion Island Coffee Bar proves Roncesvalles still hasn't reached its cafe saturation point yet, replacing Roncy's Bean with this first flagship shop of the 20-year-old Oakville-based coffee roaster, which went...

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Grinning Face is a non-dairy gelato shop in Cabbagetown beside Café Olya on Parliament. The shop specializes in artisanal gelato made from scratch using handmade coconut milk and natural, fresh...

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