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North Toronto Post - March 2011

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Plans for neighbourhood church hotly contested

Plans for neighbourhood church hotly contested

Residents debate whether proposal for a seniors’ home is too big

Constructing a world of difference

Constructing a world of difference

One country at a time, Dr. Peter Adamson brings hope to children — and doctors — in need

Break-in All the Rules: Confessions of a Rosedale Burglar

Break-in All the Rules: Confessions of a Rosedale Burglar

A reformed ex-con reveals the tricks of his trade and teaches us to match wits with robbers before they strike

In This Issue

We’d like to start with the reclaimed wood

Design-hungry patrons want to take home their favourite restaurants’ cutting-edge decor

Five-star wines that are easy on the wallet

Palate-pleasing Chardonnay has legs from here to ya-ya

Toca will make or break Tom Brodi

Toca will make or break Tom Brodi

Walking through the shiny spectacle of his new, not-so-humble abode, Toca, Tom Brodi has the air of a proud father.

Jazzing up the Jiffy Pop

Jazzing up the Jiffy Pop

March break is right around the corner — so are the Junos. And you know what that means? Snacks, snacks, and more snacks. Whether it’s at movie theatres, malls or friends’ homes, junk food...

Kates sunny side up

Kates sunny side up

AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO THE CITY’S MOST EGG-CITING BRUNCH SPOTS

The straight dope

The straight dope

If you had Canada’s top pharmacologist, Dr. Harold Kalant, cornered for 10 minutes, what would you ask him?

If a tree falls in the International Year of Forests . . .

If a tree falls in the International Year of Forests . . .

Working to have northern Ontario woodlands declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Cracking into your partner’s phone

Cracking into your partner’s phone

Crime of passion or invasion of privacy, perhaps a little bit of both

T.O.’s new tennis star takes his first title

T.O.’s new tennis star takes his first title

BLISTERING SERVE AND POISE THAT BELIES HIS AGE HAVE MILOŠ RAONIĆ ON THE CUSP OF GREATNESS

Gervais’ provocative gem rankles some American feathers

Gervais’ provocative gem rankles some American feathers

Golden Globes performance brings back my own memories of U.S. xenophobia

Too close to call: Glam lanes or old school alleys?

Too close to call: Glam lanes or old school alleys?

Filthy shoes, polyester shirts and greasy food — is that all we can expect from a bowling alley? Bowling fun, minus the ick factor, can be had whether you like the old school charm of Sandy...

Can-rock curmudgeon strikes a new chord

Can-rock curmudgeon strikes a new chord

TORONTO’S RON SEXSMITH TAPS HARD ROCK LEGEND TO PRODUCE DARING NEW DISC

Is it time we sent Blair packing?

Is it time we sent Blair packing?

There is a new mayor, an officer is facing charges in the Adam Nobody case, and inquiries into police actions at the G20 are likely to raise more questions. Should Chief Bill Blair stay or go?

Great theatre blooms on Toronto stages this spring

Great theatre blooms on Toronto stages this spring

Plummer brilliant in Barrymore and Soulpepper has two new plays on tap this month

Lee, table for two?

Lee, table for two?

How Susur Lee and Brenda Bent met and (finally) tied the knot

Five fab looks taking over T.O.

Five fab looks taking over T.O.

Jeanne Beker flirts with this season’s sexiest shirts and skirts

Toronto's Best Shepherd's Pie

Toronto's Best Shepherd's Pie

James Chatto, beloved Toronto food critic and native Englishman, knows his shepherd’s pies. When Post City had a hankering to find the city’s finest rendition of the pub classic, we knew whom...

Green day

Green day

Our trusty scribe-about-town goes in search of the last Irishman in Cabbagetown

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