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Monthly Archives: January 2007

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Some of that old blackmarket

It’s the end of a long day and Bonnie Czegledi has just stepped out of a meeting that went longer than expected. Still, her passions — for art and for international art law — come across, not dulled by the demands of her practice. A

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Sample Toronto’s B-list attractions

The CN Tower, the AGO, the ROM, Casa Loma — been there, done that, right? Toronto boasts a respectable list of first-rate attractions, but after a certain number of visits, the A-list loses its lustre and you might want to try something new. Herewith, what

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Chip trucks ahoy: Which One?

Our iron-stomached correspondent decides which wagon serves the best hot chips on the cold block. The strip of Queen Street West adjacent to Nathan Phillips Square appears unwelcoming at first – a dull, grey concrete expanse that lies in the shadows of City Hall to

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Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Concerts In ’07

A new year means new possibilities, new discoveries or maybe rediscovering some old favourites. With that in mind, here’s a list of concerts coming to Toronto and surrounding areas through the end of May. Take a read, check off the ones that raise an eyebrow