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Suffice it to say there are a lot of shots along Church… Babylon’s interior was shot at the now-defunct Fly, on Gloucester Street. (467 Liberty does not seem to really exist, alas.) The guys also hang out in this diner… Thanks to the presence of the Royal York in the back… Next time, we’ve got prom night and outdoor skating and all sorts more groundbreaking fun!

…and even though some of the outlets have changed over the years… Like any TV series, there are a few locations we keep coming back to. …we can ID this alleged hospital rooftop as the Citi Bank building. The only exterior shot zips by very quickly, but enough to ID it as this building, at Yonge, north of Charles.

Despite the baby daddy drama, Steph has been loving her pregnancy, posting constant updates of her journey.

A day ago, she tweeted: "I'm fast approaching my last full month of pregnancy only a few more weeks to go…"I'm really going to miss carrying him but looking forward to finally holding him in my arms.

But it looks like Jez is still playing the field, as he showed up to the Foxy Bingo Speed-Dating Night in Soho.

Wearing ripped jeans and a green leather jacket, Jeremy rocked up to Piste Bar to mingle with eligible ladies.

No, men will run a mile.’ She paused, then added: ‘Sorry, dear.’ I’ve never been someone who absolutely has to be in a relationship.Over the course of that run it redefined how LGBTQ culture was portrayed on television and gave a who’s who of local indie directors—including David Wellington, John Greyson, John L’Ecuyer, and the very busy Jeremy Podeswa—a chance to hone their skills, and a chance for local locations to do their thang, too.With Pride Month set to wrap, it’s a perfect time to take a look back at the series’ first season.Plan of the city of Dublin as surveyed for the use of the Divisional Justices to which have been added plans of the canal. Faden, Geographer to the King, Charing Cross, 2 January 1797.

No, men will run a mile.’ She paused, then added: ‘Sorry, dear.’ I’ve never been someone who absolutely has to be in a relationship.

Over the course of that run it redefined how LGBTQ culture was portrayed on television and gave a who’s who of local indie directors—including David Wellington, John Greyson, John L’Ecuyer, and the very busy Jeremy Podeswa—a chance to hone their skills, and a chance for local locations to do their thang, too.

With Pride Month set to wrap, it’s a perfect time to take a look back at the series’ first season.

Plan of the city of Dublin as surveyed for the use of the Divisional Justices to which have been added plans of the canal.

Faden, Geographer to the King, Charing Cross, 2 January 1797.

Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State, later renamed Ireland. The city is listed by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (Ga WC) as a global city, with a ranking of "Alpha-", which places it amongst the top thirty cities in the world.