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Downtown Toronto gets its first rage room

Posted by Amy Grief / September 29, 2016

rage room torontoIf you're feeling like the Hulk and don't live near North York to let your anger out, you can now smash a bunch of plates, electronics and chairs right in the heart of downtown Toronto.

That's because Battle Sports and the Riddle Room teamed up to open a Rage Room near Yonge and Wellesley.

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The top 10 parties in Toronto for October 2016

Posted by Phil Villeneuve / September 28, 2016

toronto partiesThe top parties in Toronto this October aren't all about Halloween. Those parties mostly happen towards the end of the month and require a lot of dressing up. This list is a whole other monster and includes a lot of dancing and celebrating and no masks or capes.

Here are my picks for the top parties in Toronto this October.

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Watch the World Cup final for free at Maple Leaf Square

Posted by Amy Grief / September 27, 2016

toronto team canadaUPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

The World Cup of Hockey finals starts tonight. This best-of-three series between Team Canada and Europe will probably be a nail-biter, and if you don't have tickets at the ACC, you can still get in on all the action.

Simply head to Maple Leaf Square for a free viewing party. The puck drops at 8 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, Sept. 27) and the series continues on Sept. 29, and if necessary, on Oct. 1.

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The top 5 fall hikes in Toronto

Posted by Amy Grief / September 24, 2016

fall hikes torontoFall is one of the best times to hike in and around Toronto thanks to the beautiful yellow, orange and red colours that appear for just a short time each year. Take advantage of this and head out to one of our city's forested parks and marvel at the foliage and wildlife that surrounds you right in the heart of Canada's biggest urban centre.

Here are my picks for the the top fall hikes in Toronto.

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Target range opening in Regent Park

Posted by Staff / September 19, 2016

StrykeAxe-throwing is all the rage in Toronto, and we're about to get a new facility dedicated to this home-grown sport at Dundas and River Streets in Regent Park.

This will be the second outpost for Stryke Target Range, a facility that's currently based in Brampton. Along with axe-throwing, Stryke also has archery, knife-throwing and air rifles. Here, it costs about $50 per person for a three hours of target practice if you're visiting with a group of four (or more).

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The top 10 running events in Toronto for fall 2016

Posted by Libby Roach / September 17, 2016

running events torontoThe top fall running events in Toronto offer runners of all strides the perfect temperatures to conquer more distance than ever with vibrant colours rewarding you with every step. Bust out of your comfort zone and tackle a new race; there's literally no better time to run than fall.

Here are my picks for the top running events in Toronto this fall.

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