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Skittles-Inspired House; Oscar-Watching Options; More!

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Dufferin Grove: Have a look at this wild, colourful house near Dufferin Grove Park. Sober on the outside, a colour explosion inside! Sure, it might be a little excessive, but you'll go back to look at it again and again.

Oscars Map: Curbed has put together a nifty map thing, showing the top 10 locations to check out Sunday night's Oscars broadcast. Top 10 that aren't your own couch, that is.

Yonge and Wellesley: Totem is an 18-storey stack of off-kilter cubes that's coming to Yonge/Church/Wellesley, and it's like nothing you've seen in Toronto before.

Comparing Dog Parks: Whether you've gotten a new puppy, moved to a new neighbourhood, or just feel like a change of scenery, here's a map with 11 of the city's favourite spots to take your dog for a walk.

Kensington vs. Wal-Mart: What's RioCan up to? They've backed down from their original proposal for the Bathurst Street location, offering a lower-key building with more sidewalk space and some trees. Is this going to be good enough to wary Kensingtonians?

On The Market: This big old house in Parkdale/Roncey needs some TLC, but has a lot of potential. Have a look at the photos, and figure out whether it would be worth the time and money that would have to go into this one to bring it back to its former glory. There's also a dismal little semi-etached bungalow in Leslieville, and way at the other end of the spectrum you'll find a $7.5M marble-filled Bridle Path mansion.