Articles by Ashley Bruzas

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Gardening expert spins a tale of tulips

It may only be mid-October, but local gardeners are already thinking ahead to spring.

Members of the Leaside Garden Society who attended the final speaker engagement of the year on Oct. 13 were invited to learn about tulips and some of the techniques involved in prepping the garden for spring.

Friday Night Live returns to the ROM

Hundreds of people gathered at the Royal Ontario Museum on Friday to kick off the Friday Night Live ROM season and explore colour, light, and form, with complimentary access to the special exhibition, Chihuly.

Real Pokémon placed around High Park

Eddie Ruminski runs a website called A fan of Pokémon since his youth, he became interested in the social aspect of the game following its release in July and began hiding Pokemon toys around the High Park zoo.

Cyclists ring bells on Bloor

New bike lanes that stretch from Shaw Street to Avenue Road along Bloor Street West were installed by the City of Toronto in August and have since received an uproar of support from the public.

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11th annual festival highlights alternative talent

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival was introduced in 2005 to create new opportunities for networking comedians. Inspired by similar events in Chicago and Vancouver, the festival invites beginners and professionals to showcase their passion for humour. This year’s edition opened last Thursday and runs at various Toronto venues until this coming Sunday, March 13.

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Exploring Toronto’s green space

“These ravines have captured and preserved the stories and relics of human history going back thousands of years,” author Jason Ramsay-Brown told the East York Historical Society meeting. “In many way they are our largest open-air museum.”