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New fish and chips spot makes a splash on St. Clair

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Every neighbourhood needs a fish and chips shop to call its very own, right? St. Clair and Christie residents, your ship has finally come in. This new family-owned spot coats five types of fish in golden, not-too-greasy batter for a hearty meal that's sure to lure in plenty of locals....

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Film / September 3, 2014 / Comments (0)

5 trends to watch out for at TIFF 2014

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With hundreds of movies every year at the Toronto International Film Festival, the law of averages would dictate that more than a few of them would have to have something in common. Sure enough, every year at TIFF a few trends emerge across the programme that tie together films in...

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Eat & Drink / September 3, 2014 / Comments (1)

It's deadpool for Mr. Greenjeans in the Eaton Centre

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Apparently, the rule of threes holds true for Toronto restaurant closures, not just celebrity deaths. On the heels of a Labour Day long weekend that saw both nouveau-Italian joint Red Sauce and beloved dance lounge Andy Poolhall hit the deadpool comes news that Mr. Greenjeans, a family-friendly joint perched high...

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Sports & Play / September 2, 2014 / Comments (13)

Student deals and discounts in Toronto

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Student deals in Toronto are plentiful - as one might expect given the milieu of university, college, trade, and vocational students who live, study, and party in the city Restaurants, shops, city attractions, and entertainment centres know you're working on a tight budget as you put yourself through another grueling...

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City / September 2, 2014 / Comments (20)

Don't hold your breath for electric GO rail lines

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A new report from Metrolinx raises questions as to the possibility of electrifying GO rail corridors over the next 10 years. That's not good news if you're John Tory, who has staked much of his transit vision, the so called SmartTrack plan, on running high frequency inner city rail service...

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Music / September 2, 2014 / Comments (5)

DFA 1979 to give away free tattoos at pop-up shop

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Want a free tattoo? Want a free tattoo from Death From Above 1979? While Sebastien Grainger and Jesse F. Keeler won't be poised over you with a needle (probably?), Death From Above 1979 is celebrating their comeback album in Toronto by hosting a pop-up shop on West Queen West complete...

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Sports & Play / September 2, 2014 / Comments (4)

25 aerobatic shots from the 2014 Air Show in Toronto

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The 65th running of the Canadian International Air Show (CIAS) on Toronto's waterfront featured a selection of military and civilian aircraft taking to the skies to perform for the crowds at the Canadian National Exhibition, but, as usual, it was difficult to avoid seeing (and definitely hearing) them no matter...

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Sea Witch Fish and Chips/ Restaurants

Sea Witch on St. Clair West is all about the fish. A rather simple menu consists of five types - haddock, pacific cod, halibut, pickerel and arctic char. Patrons can...

Latre Art + Style/ Fashion Stores

Latre Art + Style is a brand-new fashion and decor shop in the Junction that fuses owner Brian Vu's military-influenced unisex clothing with vintage army gear, found objects from Africa,...

1 Love Kitchen/ Restaurants

1 Love Kitchen is a Caribbean takeaway counter taking over the former home of the Healthy Greek on Queen West. Like the fast food joint before it, the vision behind...

People's Eatery/ Restaurants

People's Eatery, formerly an unassuming spot in Chinatown, has been given a full makeover thanks to the folks behind the buzzy and busy 416 Snack Bar. Living up to its...

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