House of the Week: $1.75 million for a hip family home in the heart of downtown

ADDRESS: 50 Sullivan Street NEIGHBOURHOOD: Kensington-Chinatown PRICE: $1,749,000 THE PLACE: A modern renovation on a sleepy side street in the heart of the downtown core. With four bedrooms and five baths, it could be a great family home or, for the rich and adventurous, perhaps the nicest shared accommodation in the city. BRAGGING RIGHTS: Lots […]

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Fashion. Art. Toronto. April 24 – 28

Toronto’s 7th Annual Alternative Arts and Fashion week starts today. You’ll find 200 national and international fashion designers, visual artists, bands and performers hosted in a 15,000 square foot warehouse on Sterling Road, where Dundas and College meet. Click here for the main website Here’s the article from the National Post: “Any time you want […]

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April 2012 Newsletter: Two Great Listings, Best Gourmet Food Shops in Toronto

Welcome to the April 2012 issue of my eNewsletter! Hot Docs starts at the end of month at the renovated Bloor Cinema. You can find more information below. We’re continuing our Best of TO series with the best Gourmet Food stores in the city. And, a new feature for the next few months – Toronto’s […]

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Harbingers of doom

A balanced look at the national housing market and a rebuke of the recent Macleans article about a potential housing market crash. By Andrew Coyne, Financial Post Even by Maclean’s standards, the cover was alarming. “You’re about to get burned,” screamed the headline, over a picture of a house that was literally on fire. “Canada […]

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Picasso comes to the AGO starting April 27th

Pablo Picasso kept some of his art for himself, and the AGO is showing 147 of those pieces later this month. From the AGO’s newsletter: Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view 147 iconic works by Pablo Picasso from his personal collection—art that he kept for himself with the purpose of shaping his own artistic […]

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