Niko Video, Maxwell’s Plum, One World Café

The Niko Video kiosk at the Needs on Queen is definitely not out spitting any more videos. The handwritten sign taped on the empty kiosk describes its owner as “M.I.A.”…Maxwell’s Plum on Grafton no longer offers free peanuts, which means no more nights of shell-flinging debauchery. Be strong, friends...the former One World Café site (2412 Agricola) has a new tenant, the Metro Visual Creative Artists Society. Intrigued? Check back here for more…The Italian Gourmet and the Port of Wines on Doyle celebrate their 10th anniversary together this Wednesday from 6 to 8pm, with a customer appreciation night, which will feature “lots of food and specialty wines.”

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