This year the second annual Young Filmmaker Development Workshop has given a group of east end students an opportunity to direct and showcase a series of their own experimental short films.
On Dec. 29, 2006, the BBC broke the story on a 66-year-old women successfully giving birth to twin boys in Barcelona, Spain making her the oldest known birth mother in the world. Identified later as Maria del Carmen Bousada de Lara of Spain, the mother and her story drew even more attention when de Lara […]
Mike Woodbridge calls the Scarborough Village Theatre home. He is a local resident and the director of the Jack Sharkey play I Take This Man, which is running now until April 12 at the Scarborough Village Theatre.
Movie-goers will see a rare site this weekend, as Canadian films will dominate two downtown Toronto theatres. Now in its fifth year, the Canadian Film Fest provides Canadian filmmakers a rare chance to have their work played in mainstream theatres.
Online fraud is increasing as fraudsters are continuing to use sophisticated ways to hack into customer bank accounts by sending an e mail, this phenomenon is known as phishing. March is Fraud Prevention Month and Canadians need to be aware of the dangers of online fraud. eBay Canada’s online safety expert , Marc Saltzman says […]
André Vashist appeared on stage with his upper body trapped in a green-coloured box. For him to get out of that box, the event’s spectators had to yell the word ‘kaboom’ as loud as possible. Vashist, 22, was able to shatter the box after three intense roars from the audience. ‘Outside the Box’ is the […]
I Take This Man debuts I Take This Man, a comedy by Jack Sharkey, debuts March 27 at the Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd. The play runs until April 6. General admission is $17, and students and seniors pay only $14 on Thursdays and Sundays. 416-396-4049 or visit www.theatrescarborough.com.
Local resident David Colpitts says he’ll still be playing violin in an orchestra when he’s 90. That would be another 28 years, if you’re counting. “I’m planning on playing for as long as I can still hear,” Colpitts said, laughing.
Liz Cogger, 57, and Jim Hills, 55, both remember being shy teenagers. Hills grins when he says he might have turned out completely different if he’d only had the courage to ask out the pretty girls in high school.
By Sarah Selvanayagam Filed February 27, 2008, from the HP Science and Technology Centre