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Meet Sue-Ann Levy, Toronto's Gay, Right Wing Columnist

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Toronto Deli Sponsors Palestinian Film Fest

By Michael Kaminer

Toronto Deli Sponsors Palestinian Film Fest
It seemed like a great publicity stunt: Just as the conflict in the Middle East started boiling over, Caplansky’s Deli announced its sponsorship of September’s Toronto Palestinian Film Festival.Read More


'Sam the Record Man' Sign Returns to Toronto

By Michael Kaminer

'Sam the Record Man' Sign Returns to Toronto
Rush frontman Geddy Lee called it “an important fixture on Toronto’s musical landscape.” Singer Feist wrote of the “importance of commemorating and protecting” it. Crooner Anne Murray called it “an integral part of music history in Canada.”Read More


Nouveau Jewish Food Hits Streets of Manhattan

By Michael Kaminer

Workmen’s Circle poster advertising the Taste of Jewish Culture street fair // Facebook Read More


Meet the Ginger Spice Lady

By Michael Kaminer

Meet the Ginger Spice Lady
After tainted Mexican food left her decimated with hepatitis A – and unable to take medication, despite unbearable symptoms - Cathy Shapiro went online.Read More






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