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New beer hall does Southern BBQ & Venezuelan food

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 6, 2015

trinity commonThis newly opened beer hall always seems to have a packed patio of folks chowing down on a menu filled with offerings like ribs, tacos, and fried green tomatoes.

Read my profile of Trinity Common in the restaurants section.
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Car free streets and events in Toronto this summer

Posted by Amy Grief / July 6, 2015

car free torontoCars may dominate most streets in Toronto, but there are still plenty of places for pedestrians to roam free. Last year's TIFF showed us what King West would be like without traffic and the recently revitalized Queens Quay and Union Station plaza now provide ample space for those on foot. And, don't forget to take advantage of the opportunity to party on the street at one of the city's various outdoor festivals.

Here are a few more ways to go car free in Toronto this summer.

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Today in Toronto: Soul in the City, ReelHeART Film Festival, Monday Rotation, Bring Your Own Vinyl

Posted by Alice Prendergast / July 6, 2015

today in torontoToday in Toronto you can head to Casa Loma to see Sean Jones live. If that's not up you're alley, no worries: you can extend your weekend by heading to Handlebar for their Monday Rotation where you'll find people partying it up until last call. The best part is, all drinks are $5, and there's no cover.

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

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Salsa on St. Clair

Posted by Derek Flack / July 6, 2015

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10 famous people visiting Toronto this summer 2015

Posted by Martha Stortz / July 5, 2015

famous people torontoToronto has always been a destination for celebs. Whether it be for a film shoot, a concert, or a meet-and-greet at a nightclub, famous people of all stripes will be gracing our super livable city while the snow is on hiatus.

Here are ten famous people visiting Toronto this summer.

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Sports & Play

The top 5 iPhone and Android apps for the Pan Am Games in Toronto

Posted by Katherine DeClerq / July 5, 2015

Pan Am gamesThere is a lot happening during the Pan Am Games, and it can be difficult to keep up with it all. But if you have a smartphone, you don't have to worry: there's an app for that.

Here are five apps to check out if you want to stay informed during the Pan Am Games this summer in Toronto.

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