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The Best Indian Buffet in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / July 29, 2016

indian buffet torontoThe best Indian buffets in Toronto are available almost exclusively at lunch hour. Make your next mid-day meal an all-you-can-eat feast featuring the the varied flavours and regional specialties of this diverse subcontinent.

Here are the restaurants with the best Indian buffet in Toronto.

What kind of condo does $1.25 million get you in Toronto?

Posted by Derek Flack / July 29, 2016

million dollar condo torontoIf you have over a million bucks to spend on a condo in Toronto, you're not going to want for much in terms of amenities or space. While this amount doesn't purchase ultimate luxury, condos in the $1,250,000 range are noticeably superior to those right at the million mark. Phew. It's good to know $250K buys you something.

Here's what a $1,250,000 condo looks like in Toronto.

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Cirque du Soleil's Luzia is Toronto's new must-see show

Posted by Staff / July 29, 2016

luzia torontoCirque du Soleil is back in Toronto with Luzia and for their 2016 production in the Port Lands they've brought the fun and the show. Unlike the visually arresting Toruk that played at the ACC in January, Luzia wraps jaw-dropping talent around a dream-like Mexican circus featuring some of the world's best gymnasts and trapeze artists, a contortionist, juggler and pair of soccer trick-artists.

It's an equally funny and mesmerizing show that simply shouldn't be missed and a reminder why the Quebec-based theatrical company has won legions of fans the world over.

Check out our photo gallery from Cirque du Soleil's Luzia here.

Luzia continues its Toronto run through October 16 in the Port Lands.

Does Caribana have an inclusivity problem?

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / July 29, 2016

Caribana TorontoCaribana is one of the city's most over the top, bright, beautiful and joyous festivals. It takes over the city's waterfront, bars, party spaces and parks with music, community, food and music and it stands up with Pride as one of the largest and loudest festivals Toronto hosts. Where it doesn't stand up with Pride is its inclusiveness and overall love-fest vibe.

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14 must-see concerts in Toronto this August

Posted by Shazia Khan / July 29, 2016

toronto concertsToronto's top concerts this August overflow with thrilling returns and final farewells across all Billboard categories. But not before festival season can take a last stab at our wallets: there's TIME, Diplo's Mad Decent Block Party, an impressively stacked Camp Wavelength and the charitable loudness of Doom over TO.

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Eat & Drink

Silverstein's Bakery suddenly closes after 100 years

Posted by Amy Grief / July 29, 2016

silversteins bakeryIt's a sad day for rye bread lovers in Toronto. Silverstein's Bakery at 195 McCaul St., has sadly closed its doors for good.

For nearly 100 years (the bakery opened in 1918), the family-owned Toronto institution baked up loaves of bread, bagels, buns and baguettes in the Baldwin Village neighbourhood. Its doughy products also appeared on restaurants menus across the city - when you grabbed a sandwich at Caplansky's or Switzer's Deli, you were munching on Silverstein's rye.

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