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1999-01-28 00:00:00 - Location of LFN - (maf737@aol.com)


For all us Canadians, (who are sadly behind on LFN) or anyone who has visited Toronto, I was wondering if you recognize any of the locations used in LFN. In the season finale last year they used Toronto City Hall and Nathan Phillip's Square. Also, I noticed in the season premiere that Michael was biking down The Queensway (which I drive down every day!). Maybe its cheesy, but its neat to see on tv a city besides LA or Chicago or a soundstage. Just Wonder' and waiting to catch up on this arc. Michelle.

1999-01-29 00:00:00 - Re: Location of LFN - (pdz99@aol.com)


"For all us Canadians, (who are sadly behind on LFN) or anyone who has visited Toronto, I was wondering if you recognize any of the locations used in LFN." Michelle, Hi from Ohio. Have visited Toronto several times. Went to "Phantom" at the Phantages (sp?) Theatre. I think the marquee is shown at the end of the third story in arc (Opening Night Jitters), which means that the person is walking down Younge Street. He/she is on the other side of the street, so you catch the marquee on the right side of your screen. The last time we were in Toronto (1-2 years ago) we were in the arcade on Younge Street and they were filming "The Brokers." (We actually made it on camera as part of a street scene.) I think it showed in the US once or twice, then was cancelled. Is it still on in Canada? But, hey I digress. Anyhow, we love Toronto. Have visited the science museum, Casa da Loma (sp?) and of course the croissant shop at the corner of Younge & ???. Nobody in the states can do croissants like they do in Toronto. We can't wait to come back. Pat

1999-01-29 00:00:00 - Re: Location of LFN - (Jaida <rich@sprintmail.com>)


Where in Ohio? Jaida >Michelle, >Hi from Ohio. Have visited Toronto several times. Went to "Phantom" at the >Phantages (sp?) Theatre. I think the marquee is shown at the end of the third >story in arc (Opening Night Jitters), which means that the person is walking >down Younge Street. He/she is on the other side of the street, so you catch >the marquee on the right side of your screen. > >The last time we were in Toronto (1-2 years ago) we were in the arcade on >Younge Street and they were filming "The Brokers." (We actually made it on >camera as part of a street scene.) I think it showed in the US once or twice, >then was cancelled. Is it still on in Canada? But, hey I digress. > >Anyhow, we love Toronto. Have visited the science museum, Casa da Loma (sp?) >and of course the croissant shop at the corner of Younge & ???. Nobody in the >states can do croissants like they do in Toronto. We can't wait to come back. > >Pat > > >