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What to see at Toronto’s Luminato Festival in 2016

by Waheeda 3 hours ago - last edited 3 hours ago

Toronto’s Luminato Festival Luminato Festival's memorable performances have contributed to Toronto's status as a global player in the arts landscape. With the festival's 10th anniversary in June 2016, the next phase for Luminato is the reinvention of a former power station on the eastern edge of the city into the largest temporary arts residency in the world.

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header.jpgThe best craft breweries and brew pubs in Miami’s Wynwood districtThe former warehouse district of Wynwood is famous for its al fresco art walls, where murals, street art and graffiti are all actively encouraged. It is also famous for its laid-back nightlife and for launching Miami’s craft beer scene. With three microbreweries and a raft of brilliant brew pubs, here’s our pick of the best places for a pint in Miami’s Wynwood district.

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The best artisan bakeries in SeattlePortland has its craft beer, and Vancouver its culinary scene. But while Seattle also offers plenty of breweries and trendy restaurants, the Emerald City is unique in its abundance of artisan bakeries. Spread like butter across almost every neighbourhood, one can’t really miss them. Here are some of our favourite bakeries in Seattle to visit on your next trip.

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What’s hot on the Lagos fashion sceneWhen it comes to fashion in Africa, Lagos is a leading light. From high end to streetwear, markets to boutiques, the Lagos fashion scene offers traditional attire, avant-garde chic, classic men's tailoring, sharp looking footwear and vintage and retro-style pieces from new and well-established designers. 

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Orlando for freeDespite being the “happiest place on earth”, Orlando can also be a little tough on the wallet. That is, unless you know where to look. Here are seven of our favourite things to do in Orlando for free.

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The ultimate guide to New Mexico wine

by LaurenHill Monday - last edited 2 hours ago

The ultimate guide to New Mexico wineKnown as America’s oldest wine region, New Mexico Wine Country was established more than 400 years ago when mission grapes were brought over by Spanish colonists. Now, the region is home to a diverse offering of vineyards and wineries, all within easy reach of Albuquerque.

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