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City / July 22, 2014 / Comments (19)

The top 69 coffee shops in Toronto by TTC subway stop

ttc subway map

A cup of coffee can be the silver lining in any morning commute, and cafes along the subway line happen to make for ideal meeting spots and act as an oasis for wi-fi on the go. While the core boasts the highest concentration of indie cafes, as the map spreads...

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Eat & Drink / July 22, 2014 / Comments (0)

The top 10 cocktails to drink this summer in Toronto

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Summer cocktails in Toronto show a seasonal shift from hard, boozy cocktails to longer drinks that showcase fresh ingredients and help beat the heat amid the uncomfortable humidity. I've scoured the city's finest cocktail bars to bring you a selection of what I think are some the best drinks being...

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Sports & Play / July 22, 2014 / Comments (0)

Rain makes for historic racing at the 2014 Honda Indy

Honda Indy

Motorsports fans who turned out to Toronto's only race event this past weekend were in for frustration or excitement, depending on which day they attended. The weather - provided by our wet summer - took a hand in Indycar's "Two in T.O." Honda Indy weekend and managed to create some...

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Film / July 22, 2014 / Comments (1)

TIFF unveils first wave of 2014 films, new street festival

TIFF 2014

Film buffs and star-spotters, your time has come: The first wave of the Toronto International Film Festival's 2014 screenings and galas have been announced, with movie-nerd catnip (David Cronenberg!) and A-grade celeb sighting material (Robert Pattinson!) both on the docket....

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City / July 22, 2014 / Comments (12)

Is the Distillery about to get another soaring condo?

distillery district condo

Plans are afoot to bring another soaring condo to the Distillery District. Already home to a number of recent developments, including the smart-looking Pure Spirit condos, the south end of the former industrial area could soon feature a 57-storey KPMB-designed tower. Urban Toronto has the early info on this one,...

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Eat & Drink / July 22, 2014 / Comments (1)

Vote for your favourite photo of Summerlicious 2014

summerlicious

Summerlicious is in the books for another year, complete with full bellies and now more manageable reservation books. Busy as ever, the aftermath of the bi-annual prix fix fest is a smattering of nomworthy photographs of the meals prepared by the hands of talented Toronto chefs. Prior to the start...

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City / July 22, 2014 / Comments (29)

House of the week: 9A Casimir Street

9A Casimir Street

This house at 9A Casimir doesn't look like much from the outside - really it's just a diminutive warehouse building - but walk through the door and you'll stumble upon a stunning example of modern design and adaptive reuse. The house maintains great warehouse features like exposed brick, high beamed...

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