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Today in History for 18th June 2018

Historical Events 1316 – Peace of Fexhe: prince-bishop Adolf II of Mark and Luikse towns 1643 – Skirmish at Chalgrove Field: Prince Rupert parliamentary armies 1928 – American aviator Amelia Earhart becomes the 1st woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean landing at Burry Port, Wales 1948 – Phillies pitching great Robin Roberts debut, loses […]

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IAS Interview Questions में पूछे जाने वाले 30 अहम सवाल एवं उनके सटीक उत्तर

इस लेख में हम IAS Interview Questions Answer के विषय में चर्चा करेंगे| आईएएस का इंटरव्यू लास्ट प्रोसीज़र है आपके अधिकारी बनने के लिए| यहाँ पर जो लोग आपका इंटरव्यू लेने आते है वो आपका IQ Test करते है. इंटरव्यू में आपसे किसी भी तरह के सवाल पूछे जा सकते है| ट्रिकी भी और आसान भी, […]


Fire breaks out at the Taste of Little Italy

Fire crews are putting out a two-alarm blaze that broke out during Taste of Little Italy at around 2 p.m. today.  A post shared by Teri Mojo (@terimojo) on Jun 17, 2018 at 11:12am PDT The fire engulfed the second storey above the Fish Store and Ghazale near College and Grace Streets, putting a halt to one of […]


Toronto plays about to pop-up in the most unexpected places

If nothing else, Toronto is quirky — and the theatre scene is definitely no exception.  The season of Toronto’s Fringe Festival is coming soon and, in light of that, here are a few of the different places where you’ll be able to catch performances this year.  Flooded takes place on a sailboat and stars Hayden Finkelshtain, Melanie Leon, […]


Toronto’s most iconic queer theatre turns 40

After decades of cabaret nights, drag shows, and nearly 1,000 onstage productions, Buddies in Bad Times – Canada’s most active and most prolific queer theatre – turns 40 this year. Launched in 1978, the revolutionary and at times controversial Buddies has been celebrated for paving the way for queer theatre enthusiasts  way before gay civil rights and […]


10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today make for a pretty exciting Sunday with plenty of dad-approved stuff going on, including an exotic car show and the first installment of the Toronto Outdoor Picture Show’s Cinematic Cities series kicking off in Fort York.  Events you might want to check out: Do the Right Thing (June 17 @ Fort York National Historic Site) The […]