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Riding the Hydro corridor

Posted by Staff / September 18, 2014

Eat & Drink

10 rules for enjoying Cask Days in Toronto

Posted by Ben Johnson / September 17, 2014

Cask Days TorontoCask Days, Toronto's annual festival celebrating cask-conditioned craft beer, returns to the Evergreen Brick Works this year on October 24 and 25. With the festival now in its impressive 10th year, you'd think there wouldn't be much more to attending one of the city's biggest beer events than simply showing up and having a good time - but you'd be wrong. There are, in fact some rules to making the most of your Cask Days experience. Rules that I made up. Here they are.

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Music

Is this the end of the line for the El Mocambo?

Posted by Derek Flack / September 17, 2014

El MocamboThe El Mocambo, one of Toronto's most iconic live music venues, looks to finished according to the venue's Facebook page and reports on social media. A Facebook post by co-owner Sam Grosso says of a November 6th show that "its [sic] all coming to end and were going to finish off with a blowout of a show all for a good cause." Oddly, however, this show is now taking place at the Hard Rock Cafe.

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Fashion & Style

The top 10 furniture and design stores on King East

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / September 17, 2014

king east design districtThe King East Design District is the name given to a loose collective of Toronto furniture design stores and home showrooms centred, fittingly, around King East (between Church St. and Parliament St.). Though we have tons of local and national homegrown design talent to draw from in Toronto, international designers have by and large chosen to converge on King; some of Italy, France, and Scandinavia's best and most enduring designers are all located within a short walk of one another, and all available for the cherry-picking (or, for those with more limited budgets, the appreciative ogling).

Here are my picks for the top furniture and design stores in the King East Design District.

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Music

The top 5 shows to catch at Manifesto 2014

Posted by Markit / September 17, 2014

manifestoThe Manifesto Festival is back for its 8th year in Toronto. From September 17-21, the city will celebrate hip hop arts and culture over a wide spectrum of artistic styles including musical performances, live painting showcases, DJ battles, dance competitions, and of course educational workshops and panels. If you want to catch a glimpse of both internationally respected stars and a breadth of talent that call Toronto home, your time is now. Here's a day by day round up of Manifesto's 2014 line up stand-outs.

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Radar

Today in Toronto: Diner en Blanc, Politics of Fashion, Beerworking, ManifesTO, Falsework, Little Terrors

Posted by Aubrey Jax / September 17, 2014

today in TorontoToday in Toronto Diner en Blanc, one of September's most anticipated food events, will light up the night with their pop-up's premise of everyone wearing white while eating dinner, which seems dangerous. And a little baffling. The secret location is TBA.

The free art bus is running to Blackwood Gallery in Mississauga for Falsework, a must-see exhibit for those who believe they should get paid for sharing on Facebook. By the hour! Back-wages! If school buses make you dizzy, there are plenty of art events downtown, including Design Exchange opening their Politics of Fashion show and Ryerson Image Centre hosting their fall openings. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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