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The great state of Tennessee offers a lot more than just great music and mouth-watering food, as its nature side truly sticks out from the rest of the United States.

Nashville and Memphis are not the only spots where you can find a good time in the state, as nature fanatics will be quite pleased to see the numerous incredible natural wonders the Volunteer State has to offer.

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Big changes are coming to the TTC underground within the next 5 years. Construction at Downsview Park is pretty much completely and the Spadina extension is set to open by next year.

The yellow Yonge and University line will be extended north all the way to Vaughan, and the greatest addition is the 25-stop, 9km, Eglinton Crosstown LRT line, that will run east to west, through the midtown core from Kennedy to Mount Dennis.

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Canada's Cold War Museum is hosting a beer event underground. Nope, I'm not kidding. This not-for-profit charity wants you to come and try out beers from all around Ottawa. These breweries include:

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Live music connects people in a way that you almost can't explain. When else do you find people literally throwing their hands up in the air because they're so overcome with excitement? It's the mysterious connection that comes with those sound waves that makes even the most introverted yell, "this is MY JAM" while getting their groove on with strangers in ways no one really thought was possible. And here we face the modern day struggle, why do concerts have to be so expensive?! One night alone at the famed ACC or Rogers Centre can easily cost you upwards of 150 dollars for seats that will still leave you squinting just to see your icon.

There's no denying the rise in the Toronto music scene either, anywhere from pop superstars to underground indie artists either finding their start or are stopping to check out the 6ix. And as Torontonian's and HUMANS we have a right to see them so we can also throw our hands up like the freaks we are and yell "I LOVE YOU" to strangers (and the music will provide a justifiable excuse for something we'd usually pull out at wildflower anyways). Long story short? We love music and shouldn't have to pay so much to see some dope acts live. Here are some amazing live music events that won't leave you with an empty wallet.

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On aime ça à Montréal, trouver les bons deals. Du moins, on aime ça à Montréal, trouver les endroits où on peut avoir de bons deals. Tu sais ces lieux où pour quelques dollars, tu peux dénicher des vêtements, des disques, des bijoux, des livres ou tout autre trésor caché pour ton plus grand plaisir. Tu n'avais rien prévu cette fin de semaine et tu veux avoir l'opportunité de trouver la perle rare, j'ai un petit quelque chose pour toi...

À partir de samedi 19 mars et jusqu'au dimanche 20 mars, je te donne rendez-vous à l'Église Saint-Denis de 10 h à 18 h pour participer au SDAUM... Qu'est-ce que le SDAUM? C'est le salon du disque et des arts underground de Montréal et c'est la 7e édition. Sur place tu vas pouvoir y trouver plus de 150 kiosques rassemblant des artistes, des compagnies de disques indépendantes ainsi que des producteurs d'objets de la culture underground (livres, vêtements, bijoux, disques, objets d'art et de décoration, des toiles etc...). Tu as de grandes chances d'y trouver des objets hors du commun.

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