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Photo taken by Esther Lee

Winterlicious 2015: HUSH Restaurant, Bar & Patio Review

Location: 303 King Street West Hours: Tues 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., Wed & Thur 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Fri & Sat 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., Sun 10:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Located right across from the TIFF Bell Lightbox, HUSH is one of the many restaurants that decorate the busy street in Toronto’s Entertainment …

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Photo taken by Jessica Vomiero.

Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective

“Do you serve crabs here?” a well-dressed crab asks as he sits down at a table with a checkered table cloth. There’s a juke box sitting just a few feet back and he’s smoking a pipe. “Sure toots…we’ll serve anyone here…just keep yer shirt on!” responds a haggard, tattooed waitress while smoking a cigarette. The …

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Winter Street Style: The Junction

Torontonians often pinpoint certain neighbourhoods as the hotspots of the city. From Yorkville to Chinatown to West Queen West, residents know each area for its individuality in shops, restaurants, residents, and an overall vibe. Now another neighbourhood has been added to that list: the Junction. With its core at Dundas and Keele streets, the Junction has long since been just another overlooked area far …

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Photo taken by Brittany Rosen.

A Wahlburger: the ultimate celebrity burger?

The Wahlbergs love Toronto. And to show just how much they like it, they’ve expanded their multi-million dollar burger franchise, Wahlburgers, to the city. The family’s mission is all about “sharing good food, a few laughs and lots of love.” Flat-screen TVs inside the three-month-old location promotes the family’s new reality TV show, also called Wahlburgers, …

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Slogans for the 21st Century. Photo taken by Linda Nguyen.

Douglas Coupland at the ROM

The new Douglas Coupland retrospective everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything, on display at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, is the perfect primer for pop art beginners. Both evocative and aesthetically pleasing, the fusion of modern social analysis with Coupland’s mix of mediums creates a saccharine, sensory overload. Walking into the space is reminiscent of entering …

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