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Posted by Derek Flack / January 31, 2015

News Flash

Show us your eats for our Winterlicious photo challenge

Posted by Staff / January 30, 2015

winterlicious 2015Winterlicious 2015 starts today. Running through February 12, the annual food event provides one of the best ways to sample dishes at Toronto restaurants with three-course fixed priced menus offered at more than 210 different spots. Plus, there are 15 one-of-a-kind culinary events. Prix fixe reservations can be booked now and tickets for culinary events are on sale.

Are you doing Winterlicious this year? If so, we want to see your photos and might even reward you for your efforts too.

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Tech

Find (or be) a mentor with new Toronto based app

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / January 30, 2015

find mentor torontoGetting started in a new industry is tough. Book-learning is important, but as anyone can tell you, you've got to make connections, get some real-world experience, start knocking on doors, grab the bull by the horns, turn your life around 360 degrees, etc. etc.

An easy way to take that first step: Find someone in the industry who can guide you along the path to glory. A Toronto-based app called Menteer wants to make that happen for Toronto's job-hunters and career-seekers, matching those seeking help with established folks seeking to mold young minds.

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Eat & Drink

The top 10 hidden restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / January 30, 2015

hidden restaurants torontoRestaurants within restaurants in Toronto are becoming increasingly popular, offering a secret twist to visitors looking for a novel dining experience. But the phenomenon isn't specific to eateries -- plenty of booze purveyors are offering their under-utilized kitchens to transient chefs looking to offer unique but complementary food concepts.

Here are my picks for the top 10 hidden restaurants in Toronto.

See also: The top 10 hidden bars in Toronto

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Arts

The top 5 events at Black History Month Toronto 2015

Posted by Sima Sahar Zerehi / January 30, 2015

Black History Month TorontoIt's Black History Month, and Toronto has the longest record of any city in Canada to celebrate this occasion. In the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, campaigns like Black Lives Matter, have spread across the streets of the GTA.

These efforts have highlighted the continued need for a dialogue about racism. Black History Month gives us an opportunity to engaged in these conversations with artists, musicians, filmmakers and comedians who have come together to celebrate the diversity and contributions of African-Canadians in Toronto.

Here are my picks for the top Toronto Black History Month events in 2015.

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Eat & Drink

Moe Pancer's deli calls it quits after 50+ years

Posted by Derek Flack / January 30, 2015

Moe pancers closedMoe Pancer's deli is the latest in a long line of old school Toronto restaurants to pull the plug. Open since 1957, the corned beef staple closed its doors recently after failing to keep up with rent. The Pancer family sold the business in 2010 before briefly partnering up on Pancer's Deli Emporium in Vaughan, which is now owned solely by Frank Houston.

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