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A bar that doesn’t expect tips

A month ago, AC and I were on the decorate-our-apartment home stretch when we hit a wall, literally. One wall in our living room remained empty, and it was a constant reminder that there was still work to be done. Read more

Wall Unit 101: an IKEA hack for less than $150

When AC and I moved into our new apartment, we had a huge dilemma: where would we mount our brand new flat screen TV? I was excited about our new purchase (I love my cable TV), but AC wasn’t so pleased.

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shopping + beer = 101 Markets

It seems like “markets” are popping up all over the city. So when I heard that 101 Markets was setting up shop in the Junction, I wondered how it would make its mark in the wake of other popular events like the Junction Flea. Read more

after the storm

It’s been years since I’ve seen a significant amount of snow in downtown Toronto, but that all changed this past Friday. They’re calling the snow storm that befell the city “Snowmageddon 2013″, but I don’t think the storm was nearly as epic as this name implies. Truth be told, the storm wasn’t that bad. Read more

word on the street

You’re going to have to look up while walking west on Dundas W. in Toronto to spot the work of this street artist. Read more

let’s talk about human rights

Last week I had a chance to attend an opening at the Ryerson Image Centre. You could say the Centre is relative newcomer to the Toronto arts scene, having only opened it’s doors to the public in September of 2012. The latest set of exhibits are a must see, not only for the human rights focus, but its a good excuse to check out the the gorgeous space the Centre calls home. Read more

alley art

If you’re downtown Toronto, head south down an alleyway just east of the Dundas West and Dovercourt intersection and you’ll happen upon a truly public art installation. Read more


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