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The Legendary Watering Holes Have All Dried Up

Back in another mist-shrouded time when I was single, I always took dates to Bistro 990 in downtown Toronto. With its arched ceilings and pale gold walls, you could believe for a few hours (aided by a glass of wine)

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Close On David As The Screen Fades To Black

David Haslam, the founder of Marquee magazine who died Oct. 8 at the age of 67, always said he didn’t want any kind of memorial. But David played too big a part in too many lives on the Toronto movie

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David Haslam

You may not have known David Haslam, but if you went to the movies in Canada in the 1980s and 1990s, you certainly knew Marquee, the movie magazine he created and published for twenty-eight years. He didn’t quite pioneer the

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