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City

Another soaring condo in the works for Church St.

Posted by Amy Grief / August 28, 2015

411 Church Street condoOver the next few years, Church Street's low-rise units will vanish to make room for massive new developments. There are already seven proposals for towers stretching more than 25-storeys, including a possible 49-storey condo at Church and Charles and a 27-storey academic building and residence at the south end of the Ryerson University campus.

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Best of Toronto

The Best Late Night Pizza in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 28, 2015

pizza torontoThe best late night pizza in Toronto will satisfy that inevitable craving after last call when your tummy is rumbling but you've only got coins left in your pocket. Whether you're in need of a slice stat or you have the patience to wait for a whole pie fresh from the oven, these pizza joints will oblige.

This is the best late night pizza in Toronto.

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Sports & Play

Should Toronto invest in more outdoor gyms?

Posted by Amy Grief / August 28, 2015

outdoor gymIf you hate going to the gym, many Toronto green spaces offer free alternatives, which are accessible at least for a few months during the year. That's because public parks throughout the city contain fitness equipment, allowing you to get active in the great outdoors.

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Eat & Drink

Toronto gets its first Sri Lankan street festival

Posted by Amy Grief / August 28, 2015

kothufestDon't fret if you haven't made it to one of the city's many (delicious) summer street festivals yet because Toronto's first ever Kothu Fest is debuting near the end of the season at the Scarborough Civic Centre.

This day-long festival is scheduled for September 13 and it'll celebrate Kothu Roti, a popular Sri Lankan food. If you attend, you'll get the chance to sample variations of this flavourful dish. Afterwards, you can cast your vote for the People's Choice Award to help determine the best Kothu Roti in the city.

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Eat & Drink

The 5 hottest new restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 28, 2015

hot restaurants torontoToronto's newest crop of restaurants are perfectly positioned to benefit from the influx of activity that surrounds TIFF, the new school year, and cottage dwellers returning to the city. It's no surprise that reservation books fill up fast and tables are in high demand.

Here are my picks for the hottest new restaurants to open in Toronto this summer.

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Announcements

Halal hoagie shop opens near Yonge and Dundas

Posted by Liora Ipsum / August 28, 2015

Fresh East TorontoParamount Fine Foods is becoming a household name when it comes to halal dining, and this new submarine sandwich shop is the newest in its arsenal. Expect to find the usual array of cold cuts (sans pork of course), plus Middle Eastern flavours like shawarma, kafta, and falafel on a bun.

Read my profile of Fresh East in the restaurant section.
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