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Eat & Drink / July 4, 2015 / Comments (3)

Fishbar gets gutted on Ossington

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Fishbar's four year run on Ossington has come to an unceremonious end as the landlord locked the doors on June 30th due to unpaid rent. While the bailiff's notice posted on the front door doesn't indicate how much the restaurant is behind, it doesn't appear the situation will be resolved....

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Eat & Drink / July 4, 2015 / Comments (2)

The top 5 citrus beer made in Toronto

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Beer made with citrus can be fantastic and refreshing on a hot summer day, but with so many radlers, shandies, and a hundred sugary "beers" ending in -arita lining store shelves these days, it's tough to know which ones to get. Thankfully there are a handful of locally made options...

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Eat & Drink / July 4, 2015 / Comments (2)

20 places to eat near Pan Am Games venues in Toronto

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Need to grab a bite after catching a game at one of the Pan Am Game venues? There are many restaurants to choose from but not all of them are conveniently located near ones of the sports facilities or stadiums. Here are my picks for where to eat that's within...

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City / July 4, 2015 / Comments (1)

The top 10 corporate and staff retreats near Toronto

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Looking for a corporate or staff retreat a short drive from Toronto? Studies have shown that taking some time away from the grind can actually increase productivity, team spirit, and help employees to perform better. So, in the spirit of actually enjoying work, I have rounded up some options to...

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Music / July 4, 2015 / Comments (1)

TWiMFeST to return to Toronto for second year

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Even as Toronto has exploded with music festivals this year, it's a tough game for independent artists to benefit from the many new, big ticket events taking place here. NXNE isn't particularly kind to up and coming musicians, and massive newcomers like WayHome are all about offering as much star...

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City / July 3, 2015 / Comments (21)

Judge rules Toronto can't shut down Uber

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A Toronto Judge has ruled that the city of Toronto can't do anything to shut down Uber unless they change current bylaws. In a 30 page ruling handed down late Friday, Superior Court Judge Sean Dunphy rejected arguments that Uber is required to have a taxi license in order to...

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Music / July 3, 2015 / Comments (11)

16 things to see and do at Panamania in Toronto

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Thanks to Panamania, you don't have to be a sports fanatic to enjoy the Pan Am Games. The city is hosting a 35-day celebration of Toronto's arts and culture scene, full with free concerts, art exhibitions, and fireworks. Whether you're looking to celebrate an athlete's performance or want to spend...

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Boxcar Social (Riverside)/ Cafes

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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