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  • Toronto subway
    Toronto subway
    Next time you are in Toronto, make sure you let the subway system take you for a ride or two.We checked back to may 13th, of 1951, to the Brooklyn Eagle daily newspaper, which on that date ran a story from the United Press International wire...
  • Summersett
    Montreal band Summersett play Toronto's Canadian Music Week
    The Canadian Music Week festival returns to Toronto for its 34th year. From May 2-8, more than 1,000 artists from 40+ countries will perform in 60 venues. Single night event tickets are available as well as wristbands. Participating artists will...
  • Little York Folk Festival
    First time festival The Little York Folk Festival starts the May festival season
    Toronto has a new folk festival to start of the month of May. The Little York Folk Festival joins the list of homegrown festivals including TURF, Camp Wavelength, NXNE, TWiMFeST, and OVO Fest. The city of Toronto has also recently adopted a music...
  • Philadelphia vs Toronto
    Flyers are still in control after 4-3 OT loss against Toronto
    While it isn’t quite time to hit it, the lid is definitely open on the panic button for the Flyers. Despite the few inexcusable calls from the guys in the black and white stripes, the Flyers are also to blame for not getting the full two...
  • Matcha Tea
    Is Matcha Tea the New Coffee?
    If you stop byUncle Tetsu’s Japanese Matcha Cafe on a weekend, the queue is down the street and around the corner. The same goes forTsujiri Tea and Dessert Shopwhere excited patrons drool over matcha tea-infused treats. So why stand in line...
  • Rob Ford, former Toronto mayor, dies at 46 from cancer
    Rob Ford, former Toronto mayor, dies at 46 from cancer
    According to Us Weekly on Tuesday, March 22, former Toronto mayor Rob Ford is dead at the age of 46. Even though he was a Canadian, most Americans know about Ford who rose to fame while he was the mayor. He was first elected to the office in 2000....
  • Melanie Peterson "Anywhere From Here"
    Melanie Peterson interview and upcoming album release party
    Musician Melanie Peterson is splitting her recent time between preparing for her upcoming album release and work as an actress. Born in Saskatoon, she eventually moved to Toronto to pursue a career in acting.Peterson’s new album &ldquo...
  • Hugh Garner's Canadian writing career
    Hugh Garner's Canadian writing career
    When most people talk mostly about Canadian writers, the name of Hugh Garner is hardly ever mentioned.But it should be. Garner was one of those hard drinking, fast living writer types you see sometimes in Hollywood movies. He was born in England,...
  • 2016 NBA All Star Game in Toronto
    Toronto strengthens sports brand with 2016 NBA All Star Game
    The NBA capped three days of events with the annual All Star Game Sunday night in Toronto, Canada, marking the first time ever that the event was held outside the United States. Flawless execution and player enthusiasm reinforced Toronto’s...
  • City Hearts
    Desert Hearts Valentine's Day warehouse party in Toronto
    Desert Hearts returns to Toronto on February 14th to celebrate Valentine's Day in a 15,000 square foot never before used warehouse. The organizers, fresh off their 3rd anniversary of the "100 Hour non-stop House & Techno" run,...
  • Delta Hotels in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Delta Hotels in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Founded in 1962, Delta Hotels are a Canadian-based chain of four-star accommodations. Delta has full-service hotels in each of Canada's 10 provinces, including the country's largest city of Toronto, Ontario. Each of Toronto's four...
  • Angela Saini "Living on the Bright Side"
    Interview with Angela Saini and her new upcoming single release
    Toronto musician Angela Saini is living on the bright side these days. Last year she was nominated in NOW magazine reader's choice for Toronto Best Female Vocalist. She was also nominated for Best Adult Contemporary artist in the Toronto...
  • Live bands to see for Toronto New Year's Eve December 31, 2015
    Live bands to see for Toronto New Year's Eve December 31, 2015
    On any given night of the week there's an abundance of great music to be found in the Toronto music clubs, dance halls, and public spaces. Toronto even has live music nightly in in most expected places (think hair salons and hot dog shops). On...
  • Albuquerque chosen for special 70 MM screening for 'The Hateful Eight' Dec. 25.
    Albuquerque chosen for special 70 MM screening for 'The Hateful Eight' Dec. 25.
    It was announced on Monday Dec. 14, 2015 by the Weinstein Company. They released the 70 millimeter film, "The Hateful Eight" to 100 movie houses in 44 select cities. Quentin Tarantino's western opens on Christmas Day Dec. 25. The...
  • Transgender dad Stefonknee Wolscht left wife, 7 kids to be a 6-year-old girl
    Transgender dad Stefonknee Wolscht left wife, 7 kids to be a 6-year-old girl
    As Malay Mail Online discussed transgender rights on Dec. 14, one Toronto man is living his liberties in a very divergent pursuit of happiness. Canadian transgender dad Stefonknee Wolscht left his wife and 7 kids to be a 6-year-old girl....
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