Quarterback Mike Kanopoulos had a rushing touchdown and a field goal in the Leaside Lancers’ 10-2 victory over host East York on Friday night, ruining the Goliaths’ home coming.
What do people do with their stored junk? Throw it away, donate it to a thrift store or organize a garage sale? Or create an art exhibit. Artist Liz Magor decided to make something extraordinary out of the ordinary and she’s sharing it with Scarborough residents. Magor’s art work is being displayed at the Doris McCarthy Gallery until Oct. 25.
The West Hill Warriors never stood a chance against the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Blue Devils as they lost 42-22 Oct. 5. In its second game of the season, Laurier’s junior girls basketball team showed confidence in its offence and defence.
Scarborough youths from Tropicana Community Services put on a proud performance of singing, dancing, drumming and poetry on Oct. 3 to celebrate 15 years with the Scarborough Youth Resources Centre.
A steady stream of cars drove into 891 Morningside Ave. last Saturday to make good use of Ward 43’s Environment Day and rid their homes of junk.
When the Port Union Community Centre opened in 1984, there wasn’t much in terms of development south of Lawrence Avenue East, or along Port Union Road. Twenty-five years later, there is a lot more community for this centre to serve.
A $78-million building is being constructed by the University of Toronto Scarborough at Ellesmere Rd. and Military Trail.
For Scarborough author Rosemary Aubert, the truth is often more fascinating than fiction and forms the basis for many of her internationally-acclaimed novels.
David Campbell fondly remembers the sweltering 35-degree summer under the Ghanaian sun, his dirt-caked hands wrapped around a rusted shovel that would pierce the earth for the 100th time since his group started excavating.
The Guild Inn is closer to becoming home to Centennial College’s hospitality school after the college and the City of Toronto reached a tentative agreement.