Toronto: The Unknown City
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Written by Howard Akler and Sarah B. Hood.
Published by Arsenal Pulp Press, 2003.
|Toronto, named by UNESCO as
the world's most multicultural city, attracts thousands of tourists annually to
its fascinating neighbourhoods and thriving cultural scene. But in its 250-year
history, Toronto has also become a place of many intriguing
Toronto: The Unknown City delves into the lesser-known spaces and stories of the city that's no longer known as "The Good," offering tantalizing tidbits of local lore, offbeat facts, and surprising anecdotes. From sealed-off public spaces to lost railways, tales of true crime to behind-the-scenes movie gossip, it's packed with revelations. There's also a guide to one of the world's most eclectic dining scenes, plus celebrity stories, sports snippets, a backstage tour of the theatre and music scenes, fabulous shopping tips, and lots more of what you'd expect to find in an insider's look at the city the rest of Canada loves to hate.
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