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Katie Monks sings for Toronto band Dilly Dally. (Submitted Photo)

THE SIX: Katie Monks makes her picks

Katie Monks sings for Toronto band Dilly Dally, who will be opening for Los Angeles rockers Grouplove at the Danforth Music Hall on Oct. 30. Here are her six favourite places in Toronto.

Gear up for Halloween, coming to a neighbourhood near you.

Halloween, interrupted: Be Scary- not offensive

With Halloween right around the corner, now is a good time to remind people not to be racist idiots when selecting their costumes. Every year, without fail, some revelers think it's a good idea to sport headdresses, blackface (how is it possible anyone thinks this is still OK?), Hitler costumes, religious garb of any kind or costumes that exploit A

One of Toronto's best autumn colour displays can be found in the Don Valley. (Photo Courtesy Tourism Toronto)

The Six: Best autumn walks

With an unseasonably warm October, there's no time like the present to take in Toronto's vibrant fall colours with plenty of orange, yellow and red leaves ready to uplift your spirit and help you welcome the new season. Here are my picks for six T.O. walks which will feature the best fall foliage during my favourite month.

USS will be playing six back-to-back shows in Toronto this November.

THE SIX: USS make their pix!

Ashley Boo-Schultz and Human Kebab, otherwise known as JUNO Award nominated duo USS, are no strangers to Toronto. The eclectic team has been making music in backrooms and basements of Canada’s biggest city for more than a decade. They’ve just announced their return to some of these favourite haunts with #SixInThe6ix.

YouTube star LaurDIY will be appearing at YouTube FanFest, which hits Toronto on Aug. 13.

THE SIX: LaurDIY makes her pix!

Lauren Riihimaki, better known as LaurDIY, is a 22-year-old YouTube star from Toronto. Catch her and other YouTube creators at YouTube FanFest, a free live showcase on Aug. 13 at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.