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Toronto Flick Picks, Irvine Walsh, Bad Movies and more

The lineup for this series at the TIFF Bell Lightbox has been amazing all summer, and Clinton's Tavern hosts an Electric boogaloo night.

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Groovy music (and camping!!) featured at whizbang new Toronto Island festival Camp Wavelength

The Toronto Islands are going to be busy this summer with numerous events and festivals such as Bestival already planned and more on the way. The most recent announcement is for Camp Wavelength, billed as an "intimate festival" that invites music buffs out to the island on the weekend of August 28-30 for one last summer send-off.

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Date Night: Get into the soccer spirit this weekend with the TFC

Getting tickets to see the Toronto Football Club got a bit easier this year. They’ve added 8,400 seats to the stadium.

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Big Ticket: This month's best bets from beach bbq to night markets

Some of Toronto's best events are taking place in June, here are your best bets from beach bbq to haute night market.

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Capitol Theatre block purchased for $19.9 mil, tenants wonder what will come to the site in the next few years

A three-storey strip of Yonge Street at Castlefield Avenue was recently purchased by Madison Homes.

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Mapping out five exhibits from the Contact Photography Festival

This month saw the Contact Photography Festival kick off in Toronto with over 1,500 artists across 175 venues, from billboards to subway platforms. Founded in 1997, the month-long annual festival calls into question photography’s fidelity to truthful representations.

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Comic Stripped: Mark Breslin’s alternate Canadian Comedy Awards nominations

Canadian Comedy Award nominations underway — here are my totally off-the-record nominations

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Pan Am Profile: Emma Wright hopes her water polo experience pays off

Emma Wright is a member of the Canadian Senior Women's National water polo team and will be competing at this summer’s Pan Am Games in Toronto.

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Experiments in sound with Sook-Yin Lee

Toronto’s Sook-Yin Lee has long been a musician, but Jooj, her new project with Adam Litovitz, may be her first major effort since her days fronting Vancouver-based Bob’s Your Uncle two decades ago.

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Poker’s $25-million man Daniel Negreanu ready to battle the world’s best this month

From Toronto to Vegas, poker’s $25-million man Daniel Negreanu ready to battle the world’s best this month

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