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Traffic gridlock

Posted by Derek Flack / September 2, 2014

Eat & Drink

The top 10 new restaurant openings in Toronto for August 2014

Posted by Liora Ipsum / September 1, 2014

Toronto restaurant openings AugustRestaurant openings in Toronto hardly slow down in August - even if half the city is still on vacation. The past month this summer continued to see our dining scene bloom, with brand-new additions to both fine-dining and fast-food pools of new places to eat.

In no particular order, here are my top picks for noteworthy restaurants openings in Toronto in August 2014.

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Eat & Drink

Red Sauce serves its last sandwich

Posted by Derek Flack / September 1, 2014

red sauce torontoRed Sauce, the Italian-American sandwich shop and cocktail bar on Clinton St., has served its last Muffeletta. When owners Scott and Lindsay Selland shut down the critically acclaimed Acadia to try their hand at something more laid back, everything looked great on paper. The name was right, the branding was excellent, and the menu promised Italian-inspired favourites like calzones, veal cutlet sandwiches, and one very creamy Caesar salad. There was even a $5 negroni on tap, surely the best deal on a cocktail in the city.

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Fashion & Style

Canadian fashion marketplace taking over 99 Sudbury

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / September 1, 2014

inland torontoIf you mixed World MasterCard Fashion Week with the One Of A Kind Show, the result would look very much like INLAND, a brand-new fashion event that brings the work of Canada's best up-and-coming designers to a massive marketplace. (Well, you'd get that, or dresses made of needle-felted catnip toys on a runway paved with artisanal soap.)

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The top live theatre shows in Toronto September 2014

Posted by Keith Bennie / September 1, 2014

September theatre torontoEach month we profile a collection of shows opening soon in Toronto.

True / Citizenry / September 3-13 / $24
Celebrated playwright Rosa Labordé explores the confining qualities of memory in the Fringe-lauded True, about three sisters who must confront the past when their estranged father unexpectedly re-enters their lives. Boasting a talented cast, Layne Coleman, Shannon Taylor, Ingrid Doucet, Sabrina Grdevich and Scott McCord, and some of the city's best designers, Thomas Ryder-Payne, Trevor Schwellnus and Lindsay Walker, there's a reason this one returns for a remount.

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Labour Day events in Toronto

Posted by Aubrey Jax / September 1, 2014

Labour Day TorontoLabour Day in Toronto is your last chance to wear white before risking the ire of the city's fashion police. If the rules are getting you down, run away from your worries to picnic and dance at Electric Island, featuring Jamie XX, Tale of Us, and more. Try not to get barbeque sauce on your white shir- well, nevermind, RIP summer, it's better to burn out than to fade away. Condiments, come at me!

Videofag's Feminist Film Screening Series will show Born in Flames (bring your own snacks). Today and tomorrow are your last chances to gorge yourself at the CNE, and today is the last day to strain your neck watching the air show. Possible excuse to make it a four day weekend? A day of rest and laundry. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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