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10 signs you grew up in Vaughan

Posted by Staff / March 23, 2015

vaughanVaughan, the city that affectionately refers to itself as the city above Toronto, is often overlooked as a vibrant community. Seriously. And, no, I'm not just talking about Woodbridge.

Here are 10 signs you grew up in Vaughan.

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Stormtroopers guarding a BMW i8

Posted by Staff / March 23, 2015

City

Are Toronto's strip clubs in trouble?

Posted by Staff / March 22, 2015

toronto strip clubsStrip clubs are a dying breed in Canada according to a recent article by the CBC. While there were 63 a decade ago, the number of strip clubs in Toronto have dwindled to just 14.

According to Tim Lambrinos, the director of the Adult Entertainment Association of Canada, the cause is changing tastes, with millennials far more interested in entertainment pursuits that involve digital and re-world games like e-sports and archery tag instead of objectifying women (and men) around a dance pole.

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Sports & Play

Drake tweets OVO branded Raptors gear on sale soon

Posted by Staff / March 21, 2015

raptors ovoAs a global ambassador for the Toronto Raptors, Drake has collaborated with the team before on OVO branded merch but a tweet yesterday hints that a wider selection of apparel could soon be on the way, this time also in collaboration with vintage sports clothing line Mitchell & Ness.

The countdown is now on at the Real Sports online store for the sale of what is expected to be black and gold dusted tees, snapbacks and other prized Raptors gear that might be the envy of every team in the NBA and make everyone forget about the much-critized rollout of the rebranded team logo.

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Eat & Drink

Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake opens in Toronto

Posted by Staff / March 21, 2015

uncle tetsu torontoThe first Toronto location of cult dessert maker Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake has opened in Toronto near the corner of Bay and Dundas. In operation since Wednesday, the tiny takeout spot has seen steady crowds culminating in line-ups approaching two hour waiting times this afternoon.

Billed as a mini-sweets factory, Uncle Tetsu has attained cult status in Japan and Southeast Asia where the Fukuoka founded company has a loyal following not unlike fellow Japanese brand Muji. The cheesecake purveyor has more than a hundred stores across Japan, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Cambodia but this is its first foray into North America.

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Eat & Drink

Toronto to get a slider themed sports bar

Posted by Staff / March 20, 2015

sliders torontoIs the sports bar Toronto's latest restaurant trend? It sure seems that way ever since The Contender and the The Derby followed The Dock Ellis in setting up shop on Dundas West. The newest sports bar to join the ranks comes from the owners of Branca.

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