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Eat & Drink

This week on DineSafe: Mustafa, Furama Bakery, Biryani Hut, TCJ Restaurant, Driftwood Fish & Chips

Posted by Liora Ipsum / October 21, 2014

dinesafeThis week on DineSafe, the streak of no closures continues, though Mustafa, the Turkish pide shop on Wilson, comes close with a litany of infractions. Among the 11 offences, hand washing is among the most crucial ... and cringe-worthy.

Here are the rest of the worst on DineSafe this week.

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Radar

Today in Toronto: Philippe Blanchard, The Vigil, Art Battle, Temples, Tightrope Books October Launch

Posted by Aubrey Jax / October 21, 2014

today in TorontoToday in Toronto it's a good chance to visit Toronto's newest museum Aga Khan Museum for The Vigil's screening and panel discussion in the auditorium. Artist-in-residence Tehreema Mitha's autobiographical film "tells of Mitha's struggles to mount a dance tour of Islamabad, Karachi, and her hometown of Lahore in the face of legal obstacles and threats to her personal safety."

Toronto artist Philippe Blanchard is showing large scale psychedelic installations in LUMIERE CONCRETE / STRUCTURED LIGHT over at Glendon Gallery at York University - worth the trip. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Photo of the Day

Folks, folks, folks

Posted by Staff / October 21, 2014

Music

Toronto Halloween Party Guide 2014

Posted by Julia Stead / October 20, 2014

Halloween party TorontoHalloween parties in Toronto give you plenty of places to show off your costume (or costumes - you can't be every Bob's Burgers family member at once), and while the fun starts this upcoming weekend, Halloween falls on a Friday this year so the best scares will be happening on the jolly old 31st, as you party hop yelling "trick or treat" at the top of your lungs because your parents always made you say "Halloween apples" instead when you went door to door - no? Anybody?

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City

Olivia Chow calls for apartment building rating system

Posted by Derek Flack / October 20, 2014

apartment building rating torontoOlivia Chow thinks Toronto should lean on the success of the DineSafe rating system when it comes to improving conditions at our many privately owned apartment buildings. The mayoral candidate called for the implementation of a simple grading system (green/pass, yellow/conditional pass, red/fail) earlier today as part of a collection of ideas to improve rental housing.

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Best of Toronto

The Best Kosher Restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / October 20, 2014

Kosher Restaurants TorontoThe best kosher restaurants in Toronto strictly adhere to Jewish dietary laws while also dishing out some seriously tasty grub. Whether you're observant or otherwise these restaurants achieves gastronomic feats all in accordance with Jewish dietary law. You might even find yourself wishing they're open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Here are the best kosher restaurants in Toronto.

See also:

The top 10 Jewish bakeries in Toronto
Where to buy kosher food in Toronto
The best delis in Toronto
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