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Best of Toronto / November 21, 2014 / Comments (8)

The Best Falafel in Toronto

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The best falafel in Toronto is more than the sum of its parts, though each of those parts had better be on point. From crispy fried-to order chickpea balls with steaming centres, to freshly-baked pita or laffa, and condiments like silky hummus, pickles (turnips are a must!) and fiery hot...

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Announcements / November 21, 2014

Toronto has a new home brewing supply store

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If you've ever thought about making your own beer at home, this new Dundas West supply shop has everything you need to make that dream a reality. Owner Dave Crum was inspired to quit his job in banking and set up shop after making his own successful brews; now, he's...

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Fashion & Style / November 21, 2014 / Comments (5)

The top 10 barber supply shops in Toronto

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Barber supply shops in Toronto will help you get that barbershop-smooth shave at home. Of course, plenty of gents are happy with their Shoppers-special shave gel and whatever razor Gillette has managed to shoehorn another blade onto, and that's fine. But for others, a time comes when they're ready to...

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City / November 21, 2014 / Comments (25)

New entrance to Dufferin Station set to open

Dufferin Station

Dufferin station has been a construction site for four years, but finally, on Monday, the finishing touched will be unveiled following a $30 million renovation that has dramatically transformed what was once one of the TTC's most dreary stations. But before that can happen, the TTC needs to close the...

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Arts / November 21, 2014 / Comments (6)

Intricate lasercut map of Toronto shows off streetscape

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Toronto has lots of quirky and even beautiful maps that chart its streetscape, but every once in a while one comes around that's a cut above the rest. While there are already quite nice woodcut maps devoted to Toronto, this offering from Ali Harrison is pretty much the crown jewel...

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City / November 21, 2014 / Comments (11)

5 things you didn't know were underground in Toronto

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There's more underground in Toronto than just the PATH, the subway, and the sewers. In fact, there's everything from solid gold to rotting garbage hidden beneath our feet, you just have to look for the clues. For urban explorers and believers in urban legend, the subterranean world is a happy...

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City / November 21, 2014 / Comments (37)

King streetcar gets steamy & gross following "sex act"

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A group of passionate riders rode the rocket a little too hard Thursday night, shutting down the King streetcar and thoroughly grossing out dozens of unfortunate witnesses. According to police, the incident took place around 5:30 p.m. at the height of the evening rush hour. The CBC reports two men...

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Noble Hop/ Grocery Stores

Noble Hop is a new shop at Dundas and Dufferin. Owner Dave Crum's goal is to idiot-proof the experience of brewing your own beer. Crum was a quick convert to...

Afterburn Fitness/ Fitness Clubs

Afterburn Fitness is not your average fitness club - the facility is home to the GTA's only indoor dragon boat pool, and a 2000-square-foot strength and conditioning space outfitted with...

Ovest/ Restaurants

Ovest Cucina e Vineria is a massive (4,700 square foot) Italian restaurant on King West helmed by Sicilian chef Luca Stracquadanio (ex-Terroni) and general manager, Marco Celio (ex-Buca). The 120-seat restaurant...

Dandylion/ Restaurants

Dandylion on West Queen West is an obliging new 30-seat dining room from Chef Jay Carter (formerly of Centro and ex-exec chef for Susur Lee). It's a modest effort for...

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