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Check Out The One Of A Kind Burger Pawty In Toronto This Weekend

When you think of burgers you might think of a couple of different things. Maybe a fast food restaurant like McDonalds, or ordering one at a pub somewhere, or maybe even at your own backyard barbeque. One image that doesn’t come to mind very often though are burgers with pink popcorn. That’s just what you’ll find (and a whole lot more) this weekend at the Burger Pawty in Toronto.

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Mac n’ Cheese Festival Hits Toronto June 5- June 7

For all you mac and cheese lovers, we are happy to inform you that there will be a full-blown mac and cheese festival which will be hitting Toronto in June. The Mac n’ Cheese Festival will be running from June 5-June 7, 2015 at the Liberty Market Building, located at 171 East Liberty Street.

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Peek Inside Toronto’s Historical Buildings During Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open Toronto on May 23rd and 24th 2015, and it gives Torontonians, not to mention anyone else who visits the city that weekend, a change to peek inside over 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. The event is one of the three largest in the world.

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What To Do In Toronto For Victoria Day

Victoria Day, the first long weekend of the Spring, and what most consider to be the start of summer, is upon us. We take a look at some of our favourite things to do in Toronto for the holiday.

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UberEats Arrives in Toronto

Uber has launched a lunch time food delivery service in Toronto’s downtown area. UberEats is a concept where customers can use the Uber app on their phones to order food from featured restaurants located downtown Toronto.

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Toronto Food Trucks Big Win Bring Joy To Foodies

Gourmet food trucks are a far cry from the oft suspect hot dog stands of the past. This week fast food emporiums on wheels in Toronto enjoyed a big win at city hall that eased restrictions placed on them last year when licensed food trucks were allowed to operate in downtown parking spots. Hopefully this means more truck operators are willing to pay the large fees to open portable businesses inside the city.

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Check Out Toronto Union Station’s Latest Amenities Set To Open Soon

The Union Station revamp in Toronto has been going on for a couple of years, and won’t be finished until at the earliest next year, but that doesn’t mean new and exciting things won’t start happening before then.

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Catch ‘Once’ Play In Toronto At The Ed Mirvish Theatre

The 2012 Tony Award winning musical returns to Toronto for a limited engagement until May 31st 2015.

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Karl Lagerfeld Set To Design Condo Lobby In Toronto

Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld is getting ready to try something new, designing residential lobby spaces for a Toronto condominium complex.

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5 Things To Do Indoors This Winter In Toronto

Let’s face it, by now we’ve had enough of winter and really don’t want to go outside any more than we have to. Thankfully there are plenty of things you can do indoors in and around Toronto that will keep you from stepping foot outside as little as possible. Here are our favourites.

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Top 10 Sushi Restaurants In Toronto

There’s no need to embark on a Tokyo escape to enjoy tempting sushi. Toronto is filled with sushi restaurants for both the ambitious gourmet and the foodie on a tight budget. Here’s our guide to our top ten places in Toronto to enjoy your next starter plate of edamame or platter of California rolls.

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Hottest New Restaurants in NYC

Whether the Statue of Liberty, Central Park or famed MOMA come to mind, exceptional culinary culture is another central part of New York lifestyle and tourism. The Big Apple is chock-full of fantastic eats; indulge in anything from American to Japanese, Thai to Italian.

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2014 Toronto Santa Claus Parade

Be on your best behavior and have your wish lists ready – Santa is coming to town! Something about celebrating a 110-year-old holiday tradition gives us the warm and fuzzies. It’s that time of the year again, the Toronto Santa Claus Parade is set to take place Sunday November 16 at noon. Get ready to fill the streets of Toronto with Christmas cheer as the year’s most festive floats ride along the parade route.

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Shelly Oria Tells Us About Her Debut Short Story Collection, New York 1, Tel Aviv 0

Her upcoming book is a collection of 18 short stories exploring themes of sexuality, nationality and the limitations language imposes on identity. Take a look at our discussion to hear more about Oria and her book.

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The 35th Annual International Festival of Authors Brings Together the Best Writers to Toronto

This Thursday PEN Canada kicked off the 35th International Festival of Authors with a benefit hosting renowned Canadian film director David Cronenberg at the Fleck Dance Theatre in the Harbourfront Centre.

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