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Eat & Drink / September 21, 2014 / Comments (6)

Toronto canning company looks to open rental kitchen

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Have you ever tried to can something in a small kitchen? It can be a royal pain in the ass, what with the whole sterilization process and all. So if you're into this sort of thing, it's exciting to learn that local company Manning Canning is looking to make its...

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City / September 21, 2014 / Comments (6)

5 historic Toronto buildings that could use a makeover

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Broadly speaking, these are good times for heritage buildings in Toronto. Developers are increasingly aware of the value of historic structures and the various levels of government are becoming better at ensuring links to the city's past are kept safe from destruction or manhandling (there are still grievous loses, however.)...

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Radar / September 21, 2014 / Comments (0)

Free events in Toronto: September 22-28, 2014

Free events Toronto

Free events in Toronto this week include 3D printing, so plot the means for your escape from wage slavery now. Maybe an unlimited credit card for Cosco? Dream big, but not too big. Celebrate your new found counterfeit riches with the launch of the Smart World Music Festival featuring Os...

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Music / September 21, 2014 / Comments (15)

The top 10 most collectable Toronto albums of all time

Toronto collectable albums

For avid record hunters, Toronto's abundance of used record stores and high-density turnover can be both a blessing and a curse when trying to track down a specific slab of rare wax. Luckily, we've compiled a list of some of Toronto's own highly sought after original pressings. Although names like...

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Music / September 21, 2014 / Comments (0)

Long Winter goes national, plans cinema takeover

Long Winter

Apologies for filling you will dread on the first day of fall, but winter is on its way (and it's going to be brutal, according to some book a farmer wrote). I'm stressing over what size booties to order for my mini pug before the snow hits, but the coming...

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Fashion & Style / September 20, 2014 / Comments (0)

The politics of fashion, from punk to PETA at the DX

politics of fashion

This week, the Politics of Fashion exhibit debuted at the Design Exchange, weaving together countercultural clothing with some of the fashion world's most cutting-edge designers. Curated by Jeanne Beker and staged by Canadian fashion designer Jeremy Laing, the exhibit is a thorough exploration of clothing as expression, finding common threads...

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Announcements / September 20, 2014

Chaplee burgers and kabobs a hit at this Afghan diner

Baghlan Kabob

This Afghan eatery is dishing up a traditional kabob-centric menu, including street foods like naan wraps and chaplee burgers alongside massive family-sized meals. For take-away you can also buy house-made baklava and five types of fresh-baked naan. Read my profile of Baghlan Kabob and Bakery in the restaurants section....

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Baghlan Kabob and Bakery/ Restaurants

Baghlan Kabob & Bakery is an Afghan eatery located in a Rexdale strip mall. Set up like a fast food restaurant, you have to walk through an aisle of tables...

M Square Coffee/ Cafes

M Square Coffee is the latest independent coffee shop to bring a caffeine jolt to the Financial District. Tucked under the Sheraton Centre, the cafe brings some carefully-chosen coffee and...

Plizza/ Restaurants

Plizza is a recent entrant into the crowded Toronto gourmet pizza market. Goofy name notwithstanding, the restaurant does a solid, gourmet slice that's easy on both the stomach and the...

The Tiffin Box/ Restaurants

The Tiffin Box on Bathurst just north of Bloor is an inviting nook despite its somewhat rough looking appearance. The two month old room consists of just a handful of...

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