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Arts

Toronto bullet artist shows his arsenal to the U.S.

Posted by Derek Flack / May 20, 2015

rob ford bulletsToronto artist Viktor Mitic's reputation is on the rise following the opening of a large scale show of his so-called bullet paintings at ARTISANworks Gallery in Rochester, NY.

While Mitic has grabbed headlines in the past for his notorious tour of a shot-up yellow school bus around Washington D.C. (including outside the White House), this show comprises more than 50 works and features many other celebrities.

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Sports & Play

Mike Babcock named coach of Toronto Maple Leafs

Posted by Derek Flack / May 20, 2015

mike babcock leafsMike Babcock has been named the new head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs. While there were reports yesterday that the longstanding Detroit Red Wings bench boss wasn't destined for Leafland, someone was misinformed or the Olympic gold medal-winning coach had a last minute change of heart.

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Eat & Drink

Craft Beer Passport returns to Toronto for year two

Posted by Derek Flack / May 20, 2015

craft beer passportThe Craft Beer Passport is back in Toronto for another year, bringing discounted rates on locally made beers at 20 bars and breweries across that city. And this year, likely due to a bit of whining last year, there will be full pint options available at most of the participating establishments.

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Eat & Drink

The top 25 doughnuts in Toronto by neighbourhood

Posted by Liora Ipsum / May 20, 2015

doughnuts torontoDoughnuts of the Tim Horton's variety might be available on what seems like every corner in Toronto, but for fancy, gourmet variants and regional delicacies like churros, paczki or sufganiyot, there's nothing quite like your local bakery to get your fix.

Here are my picks for the top doughnut purveyors in Toronto by neighbourhood.

See also:

The Best Donuts in Toronto
The Best Churros in Toronto

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Music

Prince dazzles Toronto with back to back shows

Posted by Evan Sue-Ping / May 20, 2015

prince toronto concertPrince really threw Toronto for a loop back in November 2014 when hundreds lined up around Massey Hall, waiting for a show that never happened -- and in the rain, no less. An explanation from the elusive superstar was never offered, though his backing band, 3rdeyegirl, did release a statement attempting to smooth things over.

"We love and thank our fans in Toronto. To all those who lined up and traveled in to the city for tickets, we hope to see you soon and are looking forward to bringing our show to Toronto in the future."

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Eat & Drink

The top 10 lunch restaurants in Markham

Posted by Sami Elfar / May 20, 2015

lunch restaurant markhamMarkham has no shortage of office buildings and with that comes a healthy supply of amazing lunch spots to service the working masses. With restaurants crossing countless cuisines, there's no reason to be bored with your lunch in Markham.

Here are my picks for the top lunch spots in Markham.

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