A crowd of a few hundred watching the game at Plaza Flamingo restaurant at College and Bathurst Street poured out onto the roadway after Spain’s goal in extra time against the Netherlands.
Three Toronto high school’s are expanding their concert musical programs into uncharted – and unscripted – territory. Under the guidance of 22-year-old Toronto musician, teacher and entrepreneur Mitch Wong, students at De La Salle College, University of Toronto Schools and St. Clement’s School are learning how to jam.
Kids around the area made the most of their March Break last week. One of the most popular destinations was the Toronto Zoo. Jim Parker also performed folk music for kids at the Malvern Public Library.
The townhouses on Hainford Street, near Kingston Road and Lawrence Avenue, were centrestage for Little House on the Prairie: The Musical touring cast members last week.
The University of Toronto Scarborough did their part for Haiti this week by hosting a candle light vigil to raise aid money. Dozens of students and professors participated in the event on Tuesday, holding candles and giving memory and prayer to those most affected by the earthquakes.
In case you’re looking for a way to spend the 12 days of Christmas, 12 Korean artists have opened their exhibit at Cedar Ridge Gallery for the holidays. The display showcases a variety of art including traditional crafts, oil paintings and mixed media.
It will be quite the thrill for Scarborough swimmers Veronica Lee and Julie Harrison, both 17, when they take the plunge to the university level at Pittsburgh University, where they’ll join the school’s team and begin classes in January.
The Toronto Police Service recently launched a public communications strategy called TPS Links, a text and voice message alert system designed to quickly get information out to the public across Toronto. The initiative rolled out Nov 6, and is expected to greatly enhance the way the police communicates with the public, in line with the […]
Report by the Toronto Observer’s Tevy Pilc.
Residents who want to protect ash trees from being infected with the Emerald Ash Borer disease near their property will have to use contractors licensed by the City of Toronto according to the Contractors Service Agreement.