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Justin Bieber takes heat for petting tiger in Toronto

Posted by Derek Flack / May 2, 2016

justin bieber tigerJustin Bieber had more fun this weekend than you did. The pop star took his private jet to Toronto for his father's engagement party, showed off his new 'do, bought a panther necklace from Cartier, and, as if that wasn't enough, he got to hang out with a real life tiger.

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Eat & Drink

The top 10 dive bars in Toronto

Posted by Martha Stortz / May 2, 2016

dive bar torontoThe top dive bars in Toronto are fun, unfussy, and definitely not fancy. Sometimes, you just need to put on an old pair of jeans, meet up with some friends, and head to your favourite no frills watering hole for a drink that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

Here are my picks for the top dive bars in Toronto.

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Eat & Drink

You can now eat ice cream tacos in Toronto

Posted by Jaclyn Skrobacky / May 2, 2016

Booyah TorontoIt's only May and we've already been privy to the introduction of doughnut cones, cinnamon bun ice cream sandwiches and now we can add ice cream tacos into the mix. Booyah has officially opened its doors after being closed all winter and this season they are bringing a new hybrid ice cream treat to Toronto.

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This Toronto peep show was a perfect peek at opera

Posted by Martha Stortz / May 2, 2016

opera peep show torontoOpera Peep Show, an innovative pay-as-you-go method of enjoying the opera, stole hearts and hit high notes this past week at the historic Campbell House Museum. It was brought to Toronto by Liederwolfe, an experimental opera collective from Montreal.

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Where to eat avocado toast in Toronto

Posted by Christina Cheung / May 2, 2016

iq food coAvocado toast is all the rage these days but it's just one of the many breakfast and lunch options available at this growing chain of healthy eateries.

Read my profile of iQ Food Co. in the restaurants section.

Today in Toronto: Canadian Music Week, Spanish Film Festival, Contact Photography Festival

Posted by Alice Prendergast / May 2, 2016

Lights Canadian Music WeekToday in Toronto Canadian Music Week returns, bringing shows to venues across the city. Today you can catch multi-musician showcases at Bovine Sex Club, Cameron House, Sneaky Dee's, Supermarket, The Paddock and more. If you'd rather see something a little more thought-provoking head to Bloor Cinema for a Hot Docs Film Festival flick or two.

For more events, click on over to our events section.

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