Toronto Hit List: Fuck It, MJ + Prince Video Dance Party, Free Lemonade & Signed Photos of John Stamos*, Wave Racer & more!

August 7th-17th SummerWorks Performance Festival @ Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. W. Ontario’s premier festival of cutting-edge, exciting, professional theatre. $15 single tickets available online. August 9th-10th Vintage & Flea Community Market @ Vintage & Flea, 1263 Dundas St. W. A community furniture and clothing market happening every weekend! Featuring a selection of vintage clothing, designer consignment, and antique furniture.… Read More »

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The Taste of Kingsway celebrates local entertainment, food, businesses, and culture

From Friday, Sept. 6 to Sunday, Sept. 8 head to Bloor Street West in the historic Kingsway neighbourhood for The Taste of Kingsway! This family-friendly community event, designed to showcase local businesses, food, entertainment, and culture, is a great (and free!) way to spend a weekend afternoon. Many restaurants will cook up gourmet food, and special guests will… Read More »

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Toronto on an Electric Bike

What rides like a moped, charges like a laptop, parks like a bicycle and feels badass like a Harley? Introducing the Ecoped City 45. For downtown girls who need to get around, this is the environmentally friendly gizmo that feels sooo good between your legs. Last week, we pedaled our old-school bikes in the hot… Read More »

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The Southern Accent

Hot food to get you in the mood! Don’t let the fact that it’s next door to Honest Ed’s deter you, this Toronto staple is warm, fun and inviting. The Cajun/Creole dishes are a delicious hit. If you want privacy ask for one of the tables with curtains in the upstairs dining room of this… Read More »

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Future Bakery

Pitchers on the patio the night before an exam, chai lattes at the counter on rainy days and those massive hunks o’ gâteau (with multiple forks) for some post break-up bitchery-Future’s is the perfect place for reasonable fare and eavesdropping on Sociology profs and the students who skip their classes. Specials are specific to the… Read More »

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