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Best of Toronto / March 1, 2015 / Comments (1)

The Best Indoor Swimming Pools in Toronto

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The best indoor pools in Toronto allow you to splish-splash all year round, whether you're opting to keep fit with some lane swimming or would rather just frolic with friends and family. While some of you may choose to just drop in on one of the public pools where leisurely...

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Music / March 1, 2015 / Comments (0)

The top concerts in Toronto for March 2015

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The top concerts in Toronto this March begin with Sleater-Kinney (this is not a dream) playing the pre-reno Sound Academy (this is not a nightmare) and cap off with Shad - not too shabby for a month that will undoubtedly be going through a slushy and gross identity crisis. In...

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Radar / March 1, 2015 / Comments (0)

The top 5 free events in Toronto: March 2 - 8 2015

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Free events in Toronto this week will let you tour the Aga Khan, the city's newest art museum, for free. Then you can share your sexiest exploits for public judgement, drink, drink, drink and be ill to hours of the saddest music known to Earth, dance it away among pink...

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Announcements / March 1, 2015

Bake shop does cookie sandwiches and salty-sweet bars

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This little shop, with its wide menu of sweet treats, aims to be Richmond Hill's friendly neighbourhood bakery. But they've got a few tricks up their sleeve that give plenty of GTA bakeries a run for their money, including their signature "salty millionaire" bars, cookie-and-icing sandwiches, and a rich variety...

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Fashion & Style / March 1, 2015 / Comments (1)

The top 10 stores for windows and doors in Toronto

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The top stores for windows and doors in Toronto can help you upgrade your home when the time comes to invest in some energy-efficient, stylish portals to the outside world. Whether you choose to refurbish what you already have, bring home some architectural salvage or get brand new customized pieces,...

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Eat & Drink / February 28, 2015 / Comments (10)

The top 5 bartending schools in Toronto

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The top bartending schools in Toronto might not replace the years of experience required to truly learn the art of cocktail-making, but they can be a fun way to up your skills in a hurry. While I'm not a fan of non-accredited certification, for those who have no experience working...

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City / February 28, 2015 / Comments (23)

Guerrilla tardy passes appear on the TTC

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A mystery TTC hater (/lover - this looks like love to me) has been dishing out grab-n-go Tardy Passes on the TTC - a sign if there ever was one that this winter has included one too many bad commutes. And it's not just the nightmarish, Winnipegian snow days that...

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Bar Raval opened its doors at the corner of College and Palmerston, inside the former home of Teatro, to more than a little fanfare this past week. Almost a year...

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Kid Icarus, the novelty handcrafted paper goods store, has a new location in Parkdale. It's smaller than the original store in Kensington Market, and entering feels like you're walking into...

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