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Toronto Tourism could emphasis diversity
Some talk of late has been the lack of uniquely Toronto spots to visit for the city's tourists. Aside from the CN Tower, there isn't a whole lot of world renowned tourist destinations. We have the Royal Ontario Museum,...

New Kids on the Block tickets on sale Monday
Teen girl hearthrobs of the early '90s, New Kids on the Block, have come back together for a reunion tour and will land in Toronto's Air Canada Center September 21st. Retro stars making it back on the scene is...

Bodybuilder Dexter Jackson in town in June
Photo: Bodybuilders.com One of the biggest names in pro body building is Dexter Jackson. The 2005 Arnold Classic winner hits Toronto June 14 at the Scarlett Heights Entrepeneurial Academy at 5 Trehorne Drive in Etobicoke. Jackson will be a...

Burrito Boyz hits the spot
Burrito Boyz, a tiny burrito shop in the basement of 120 Peter Street has made some big noise in the city. You’ll rarely find the shop not packed with salivating customers itching to devour one of the many burritos...

Fitzhenry & Whiteside poetry launch 2008
When Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 7:30pm Bar Italia 582 College Street Fitzhenry & Whiteside and authors Alan R. Wilson and Eric Miller invite you to join them in celebrating the official launch of Sky Atlas and The Day...

Wal-Mart Canada kicks off annual Walk for Miracles with a $4 million goal
Wal-Mart Canada will kick off this year's Toronto Wal-Mart Walk for Miracles with a special event at the Scarborough Wal-Mart Supercentre. The Wal-Mart Walk for Miracles is an annual walkathon in support of Children's Miracle Network and the more than...

Netfiling? You are extended
Overheard at Chum radio station this morning is the extention of the filing deadline from April 30, 2008 if you have difficulty sending or correcting your NETFILE return to midnight (local time) on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 to transmit...

Louise and Jackie at the Diesel Playhouse on May 25
"Louise Pitre performs Heart and Soul - with special guest Jackie Richardson and Diane Leah at the piano, George Koller on bass and Tom Jestadt on drums. We know Louise Pitre from well known roles in "Mamma Mia" on...

Defending the caveman is back
Diesel Playhouse brings back "Defending the Caveman." Seen by more than 7 million people in more than 40 countries and in over 15 different languages is about a peacemaker more than a club-wielding Neanderthal and explains the male mystique...

Participate in the discussion about the future of transportation
Metronauts Hamilton: An Unconference About the Future of Transportation Starts: Saturday, 3 May 2008 | 9:00am - 5:00pm Venue: McMaster University in Hamilton | Kenneth Taylor Hall Click here to register...

Circa big End of Exam Party
This party takes place at Circa nightclub this Thursday. The club generally has a techno vibe but there's more South Asian influence on this particular night. It's a very nice looking venue with many rooms and long hallways, which...

Pauly Shore in Toronto this weekend
Pauly Shore, known for comedies in the '90s, brings his standup act to Toronto from May 1 to 4 at Yuk Yuks downtown. The club is just southwest of Osgoode subway on Richmond street. Visit yukyuks.com for rmore info....

Imaging Show 2008
Are you a photographer? Whether a novice photographer with a pocket camera or a professional the Imaging Show is for you. Showcasing the very best and latest in digital imaging technology from capture, storage and presentation, the Photographic &...

Indigo Interview: Dan Heath
Indigo Interview: Dan Heath Indigo Bay & Bloor, Toronto, Ontario Thursday, May 1st – 7:00 pm Why do some ideas thrive while others die? And how do we improve the chances of worthy ideas? In Made to Stick, accomplished...

Doors Open
Toronto Culture presents the 9th annual Doors Open Toronto - one weekend, once a year - when up to 150 buildings of architectural, historic, cultural and social significance open their doors to the public for a city-wide celebration. The...

Business as usual for the TTC tomorrow
Labour Minister Brad Duguid urged the public not to take out their frustration on TTC employees tomorrow when they go back to work but to greet the TTC employees with a “friendly hello” and thank them for being back...


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