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10 Drake themed Valentine's Day cards

Posted by Jaclyn Skrobacky / February 6, 2016

Hotline BlingDrake themed Valentine's Day cards have flooded the internet and the results are pure gold. I mean what's more romantic than Drake? So this year skip the visit to Hallmark and let bae know they are the best you've ever had with a 6God Valentine.

Here are my picks for some of the best Drake themed cards to give this Valentine's Day.

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Drake & Rihanna shooting music video at The Real Jerk

Posted by Staff / February 5, 2016

drake real jerkToronto's The Real Jerk restaurant announced on Facebook and Twitter that it'd be closed today until tomorrow at noon. Why? Apparently Drake and Rihanna are shooting part of their "Work" music video at the Gerrard Street Caribbean eatery.

The parking lot of the Real Jerk, located across from a No Frills on Carlaw, drew a steady stream of curious onlookers this afternoon. The lot was closed off with a freshly erected fence and windows of the restaurant were covered.

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Usher & Gwen Stefani in Toronto for All-Star Weekend

Posted by Jeanie Tran / February 2, 2016

usher torontoThe stars just keep on coming. Following recent announcements that Sting and Snoop Dogg will be gracing Toronto later this month as part of NBA All-Star Weekend, MLSE has announced that Usher and Gwen Stefani will also be paying Hogtown a visit.

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Drake stars in Hotline Bling Super Bowl commercial

Posted by Alice Prendergast / February 2, 2016

drake superbowlDrake is continuing his world domination by adding Super Bowl pitchman to his resume. Today, T-Mobile dropped its newest commercial, which features our resident 6 God recreating his famed Hotline Bling video.

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Play De Record bids goodbye to Yonge Street

Posted by Derek Flack / February 1, 2016

Play de RecordPlay De Record is leaving Yonge St., though thankfully not Toronto. The retail institution, which has called the city's main artery home for a quarter century, is relocating to Spadina and College as of March 1st.

It's not exactly surprising news. Yonge St. is in the midst of a massive transformation, one that's witnessing the progressive loss of mom and pop retail in favour of sprawling, street-level box stores at the base of new condo developments. While Play De Record isn't being forced out by development, the change of scenery makes sense.

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Toronto learns parties in malls can only be so much fun

Posted by Amy Grief / February 1, 2016

long winter galleria mallToronto's Galleria Shopping Centre isn't typically a hub for the arts. In fact, the nearly 45-year-old mall likely won't be around for much longer. Instead, condos will someday grace the corner of Dufferin and Dupont.

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