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Weekend Warrior: Gourmet Food and Wine, Not Dead Yet, and more

From November 20 - 23 Torontonians can visit the Gourmet Food and Wine Expo, take in punk from the Not Dead Yet Fest, tour Elm Street's Ice, Wine and Dine or Midnight MRKT.

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Amelia Curran in Toronto in support of her stunning new album

Amelia Curran just keeps getting better and better. The East Coast singer-songwriter’s new album, They Promised You Mercy, follows up her Juno Award-winning Spectators (2012). She’s in Toronto for a concert on Nov. 22 at Harbourfront Centre.

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Uber teaming with Spotify and Kevin Drew for special promotion

Uber and Spotify partner to offer customers their services paired together and the chance to win a ride with Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew.

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Weekly Toronto Flick Picks: Mel Brooks at TIFF, screenings roundup and more

Early each week, we take a look at interesting screenings and events that Toronto cinema culture has coming, take a look at some local film events and check out what’s shooting right now in the city.

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Sewell: Bill Blair’s replacement as Toronto’s top cop needs more direction

Police board must outline vision for city’s next police chief, Sewell writes

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The Coal Mine’s inaugural theatrical offering a funny, foul-mouthed production

The first of three plays this season by Bob Kills Theatre, “MoFo” is the inaugural production in the Coal Mine, the Danforth’s newest storefront theatre venue.

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The Week in Toronto in 10 Clicks: Doug Ford’s confidence, Jays make minor move, carding and more

You've heard the phrase “around the world in 80 days?” We’ve got the week that was in 10 clicks.

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Comic Stripped: New documentary explores the experience of four first-time Toronto comedians

Do you remember your first time?

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Stintz on Midtown: Down at the dog park

Our newest columnist on life after politics and why fireworks garner so much media

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Faceoff: Should speed limits on Toronto’s streets be reduced to prevent fatalities?

Dylan Reid, co-founder of Walk Toronto and former co-chair of the Toronto Pedestrian Committee and Chris Klimek, founder and director of Stop100.ca, square off on whether there should be a maximum 30 km/h speed limit on residential streets.

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