315 King St. W., TorontoPlush jazz lounge located in the heart of the entertainment district, adjacent to Marcel’s Bistro. Amid colourfully-painted walls in hues
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70 Interchange Way, VaughanFeaturing top-name comics from around the world. Call for lineup. Thu. 8 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 9 p.m.; $11.50-$19.45.
224 Richmond St. W., TorontoComedy club featuring top-name comics from around the world as well as rising comedians. Various times, tickets $3.54 and up.
165 Front St. E., TorontoTheatre for the entire family. Show times vary. Kids and seniors $15, adults $20.
1279 Queen Street West, Toronto
465-467 Church St., TorontoBusy gay bar Woody’s makes a popular after-work haunt that turns nightclub after dark. Weekly theme nights and contests, plus
199 Queen St. E., TorontoA fisherman’s dream come true. Specializing in flyfishing, this shop has everything for beginners to experts. A great selection of
615 College St., TorontoInviting Little Italy drink spot features a 10-seat bar made from the floor of Wilson Lanes bowling alley. Tuck into
510 Queen St. W., TorontoGoth-inspired club with metal sculptures and inventive wall treatments plays host to bands, fashion shows and DJ competitions. Alternative rock
473 Adelaide St. W., TorontoFrom nightclub impresario Charles Khabouth comes this vast 16,000 square-foot space that can accommodate up to 1,500 people. Located in
95 King St. E., TorontoUltra swanky and elegant, this homage to Russian extravagance is back lit with blue lighting, and adorned with crystal chandeliers,
6 Hoskin Ave., TorontoAnnual book sale offers thousands of gently used books in 60 academic and popular categories. Also includes rare books and
235 Queens Quay W., TorontoThe largest event of its kind in North America sees more than 100 exhibitors showcase the variety of vegetables and
60 Simcoe St., TorontoLed by music director Peter Oundjian, the ensemble offers regular performances at Roy Thomson Hall, which also broadcasts on CBC
80 Queen's Park Crescent, TorontoA festival of chamber music and opera with concerts, classes, lectures and workshops. Performances held at Koerner Hall at the
40 Bay St., TorontoToronto’s favourite lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League. Call to buy tickets.
5040 Yonge St., TorontoThe orchestra in residence of the Toronto Centre for the Arts, led by conductor Uri Mayer.
60 Simcoe St., TorontoWorld-renowned large vocal ensemble.
100 Princes' Blvd., TorontoCountry’s largest boat show with more than 1,500 new boat models, marine products and services. Plus free boat rides, a
170 Princes Blvd., TorontoThe city’s Major League Soccer (MLS) team is the league’s 13th team and the first outside of the U.S. Catch