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The top 69 restaurants in Toronto by TTC subway stop

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Let the TTC take you to dinner. Sure it's not as chilvarous as most dates which will see you door to door, though it'll get you pretty darn close in most instances. Go ahead and skip the traffic headaches and premium parking rates; order another glass of vino or say...

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Sports & Play / July 29, 2014 / Comments (1)

The 15 biggest patios in Toronto

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The biggest patios in Toronto, by and large, have been spawned by the city's most luxury-courting nightclubs; apparently, being able to pack several hundred open-air revelers into a courtyard or rooftop is a big boost to your establishment's luxeness factor. But even if you're not into tiny skirts and $9...

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City / July 29, 2014 / Comments (0)

The top 10 sites in Toronto for buying books and games online

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The top sites in Toronto for buying books and games online let you support a local business without ever having to leave your doorstep. It's hard out there for independent retailers - particularly bookstores, who have been shutting down steadily as more and more shoppers opting for online convenience. (Game...

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Arts / July 29, 2014 / Comments (14)

New Toronto street signs state the obvious

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Street art Toronto has been lax - the same few styles again and again, with weirdo sticker art, perplexing stencils and wheatpastes, and odd fake celebrity signatures fading out of sight. Old guard graffiti freaks are growing up and, tired of being buffed, moving on to galleries, over-working their straight...

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Fashion & Style / July 29, 2014

Street Style: King East vs. King West

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King St. sees a huge shift in personality from one end to the next - just watch the street style evolve as the street moves eastward. The George Brown campus boasts youthful, risk-taking looks; the Financial District sees the business crowd gently push the boundaries of office style; and further...

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City / July 29, 2014 / Comments (18)

House of the week: 237 Lippincott Street

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Located steps away from U of T, this home located at 237 Lippincott St. is move in-ready. The interior has been renovated to have modern conveniences without clashing with the red brick Victorian appeal of the exterior. The main living area feels spacious with large windows and wood floors. Though...

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Announcements / July 29, 2014

Where to learn to build your own guitar in Toronto

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Ever dreamed of building your very own six-string? This hidden-away Leslieville school can teach you the craft of lutherie, from beginner courses that teach the basics of repairs to a one-year program that will give you all the know-how you need to open up shop on your own. To take...

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