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Michael Wekerle: The bad boy of Bay Street

Michael Wekerle on starring on CBC’s Dragons' Den and navigating turbulent financial times as the founder of Difference Capital. Wekerle bought the El Mocambo in late 2014.

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The pop culture Pied Piper, an interview with Douglas Coupland about his ROM exhibition

Douglas Coupland's, Everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything, an exhibition that includes The Brain, a sculpture that puts to use 5,000 objects, to his homage to the pop art movement, Pop Explosion. It runs at the Royal Ontario Museum until April 26.

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Toronto Flick Picks: Good Men, Good Women - The films of Hsiao-Hsien Hou

This month, TIFF has a full programme featuring the works of Taiwanese filmmaker Hsiao-Hsien Hou at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Also, the Royal will be screening Harold Ramis's Groundhog Day with Bill Murray.

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Dr. Jess offers an alternative Valentine’s Day plan

If, however, the holiday is a source of stress or pressure, consider ditching the crowded restaurants with their set Valentine’s menus and celebrate in an alternative way this year.

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Running Hungry: Gearing up for the 4-7

We cover dressing in layers for winter running, pick out a 8.5K through Bloordale and end at the new bar, The 47. It is owned by the people behind Tequila Bookworm and is in the space that used to house Ortolan.

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Where are they now: Zan Tabak, starting center for the Toronto Raptors’ first game in 1995

For its 20th anniversary, the Toronto Raptors continue to showcase some of the franchise’s most illustrious players from its storied two decades: Vince Carter has been honoured, Morris “Mo-Pete” Peterson, Alvin “Boogie” Williams amongst others, so we decided to track down someone who might not get the call from the PR department: Zan Tabak.

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Concert Review: Bob Seger brings the Silver Bullet Band to Toronto for first concert since 2011

Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band’s Ride Out tour came to the ACC this weekend. The J. Geils band (without Geils) opened for the Detroit rockers.

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Local Graduate: Michael Landsberg on his mental health advocacy and 30 years at TSN

Michael Landsberg, the host of TSN’s longest-running show, Off the Record, on how he fell sideways into sports broadcasting and has come to be even more passionate about his work as a mental-health advocate.

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Robot Heads: Norm Macdonald vs. Norm Kelly

In this month’s Robot Heads, the Canadian-born ex-host of Weekend Update, Norm Macdonald dukes it out with Norm Kelly, Toronto's best-known deputy mayor in a long while.

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T.O. country rockers, Elliott Brood, keep it real

We talk to Toronto’s country rockers, Elliott Brood, about their latest album, Work and Love, and about balancing art and family. They are playing the Phoenix Concert Theatre on Jan. 24.

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