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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 442: Michael Grange (Toronto Mike): In this 442nd episode, Mike chats with Sportsnet's Michael Grange about his years writing for the Globe and Mail, his work at Sportsnet covering basketball, RJ Barrett, the Toronto Raptors and more. This episode is exactly 2:05:31. You can listen to this episode in a variety of ways: Subscrib...
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Rodecaster Pro Added to TMDS Studio (Toronto Mike): Last week, I made the most significant upgrade to the TMDS studio since I first set everything up over six years ago. I purchased the new Rodecaster Pro. This really is the latest and greatest soundboard on the market. It's got channels for my four Rode Procaster mics, one for USB I use to rec...
You can buy an unlimited concert pass for Budweiser Stage this year: Imagine an all-you-can-eat buffet, but for concerts.LiveNation did, and the result is an all-season pass to Toronto’s Budweiser Stage at Ontario Place, as in, one price gets you unlimited concerts for five months at one of the city’s best outdoor music venues (and the good months, too.)At $750, t...
People hate the condo that's going to replace the Palace Arms: Toronto's favourite derelict pink building will soon be no more, and people aren't happy about what's going to replace it. It's long been known that the near 130-year-old Palace Arms rooming house at King Street and Strachan Avenue will likely make way for a 16-storey residential building soon. S...
25 things to do in Toronto this weekend: Weekend events in Toronto look to celebrate spring renewal as Friday Night Live hosts a huge Holi party. But with life comes death, and artists are looking to say goodbye to the Coffin Factory studios. The MOCA is opening for free and there's lots of parties, music and markets as well.
Award-winning DiverseCity onBoard program now available across Canada: Toronto, ON, February 25, 2015 ?? At an event hosted by Cisco Canada last evening, the award-winning DiverseCity onBoard program opened a new chapter in the evolution of this small yet practical local idea. The program will now be available in six additional cities across Canada: Hamilton, Londo...
Making a Difference: Ken Chan was pleasantly surprised when invited to support the transition efforts of two of the Greater Toronto Area??s newest mayors ?? Mayor John Tory in Toronto and Mayor Linda Jeffrey in Brampton. ??My passion for helping build better communities made it impossible to say no to these reques...

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