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Top Viewed Posts of 2008, #26-50

With 2008 now behind us it's time to look back at the stories that defined the year that was in Toronto. From Gehry's new AGO to raids at the Comfort Zone and labour strife at the TTC we've compiled the top 50 most viewed posts of the year on blogTO. Today, numbers 26 through 50. Check back tomorrow for the rest of the list.

Related: Top Viewed Posts of 2007, #1-25 | #26-50

50. In Photos: The New Art Gallery of Ontario

49. CTV Blows Launch of CP24.com

48. EcoCab Comes to Toronto

47. Rogers iPhone Plans Revealed

46. Roll Up the Rim to Lose but Win Elsewhere?

45. Sari Strippers Big in T.O.?

44. Get Your Phreak615 On

43. Rogers: Now with More Bullshit (and Baseball)

42. Comfort Zone Busted in Early Morning Raid (Again)

41. US Recession and the Toronto Real Estate Market

40. Where's the Streetcar? Right there. And there. And there.

39. Knight Rider Car "KITT" Stolen and Caught on Camera?

38. Google's Free 411 Service Now Open to Toronto

37. Q&A with Toronto Sex Forum

36. We All Scream for Happy Endings

35. Poutine Chain set to Unleash Gravy, Curds on Toronto

34. Dinner in the Sky Takes Summerlicious and Toronto Cuisine to New Heights

33. Hot Chocolate, With a Side of Cockroach?

32. Toronto Zombie Walk 2008 Postmortem

31. MTV gets Fucked Up... Again

30. Porter Airlines to Fly NY

29. Why was The Kindred Cafe busted?

28. CBC Maps Election Results

27. Spice Girls Blow Out ACC, Blow Off World Tour

26. TTC Union: the Propaganda Way

Photo by Roger Cullman


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