“Nobody can look at that scene of the hologram of (Princess) Leia bending down in front of R2 and not say, ‘I want that,’” said Lucas Cochran.
Articles by Joshua Genereux
Many members of Toronto’s journalism community gathered at Nathan Phillips Square to protest the arrest and detainment of three Al Jazeera journalists in Cairo.
At halftime, Tevin Bailey and his teammates trailed the opposition by 18 points. He turned to his coach for direction in the dressing room and Kevin Jeffer told his team to rely on their stamina and conditioning to fight back and win. “We run too much,” Bailey said his coach told them. “At the end of the game, we’ll be able to outrun them.” Bailey and his Eastern Commerce Saints senior boys basketball team, came out in the second half of the Toronto City championship, last Thursday, and overcame the deficit. The Saints ended up defeating Oakwood Collegiate Barons 70 to 68 in overtime.
For Jael Ealey Richardson, keeping the story of her football-playing father’s struggle for equality alive was her first priority while writing her book, The Stone Thrower. Her father, Chuck Ealey, is widely considered one of…
The Super Bowl — the biggest sporting event in North America — is set to take place in just a few days. And just like the players in the big game, getting ready to host a Super Bowl party at home means a lot of hard work, says Frasier Kennedy, sous-chef at The Fox at 35 Bay St.
Opening day on April 2 drew a massive crowd of 48,000 Blue Jays fans to downtown Toronto. Imagine the size of the crowd a weekend home stand against rival Boston Red Sox will draw. Now…
Toronto Observer reporters Robin Dhanju and Joshua Genereux will be live blogging all the excitement around the Rogers Centre April 2 from 5 p.m.
Well, it’s that time of year again; the Major League Baseball season has started and Blue Jays fans across Toronto are getting ready for the most anticipated season since 1993. Everyone from hot dog vendors,…
Throughout the years many different things have been considered collectable, from marbles to sailboats; many of these objects have grown in value over time. Well, it’s time to go searching through your piggy banks and couches because, now that the Canadian penny is out of circulation, its value is at an all time high.
Toronto Police have made two arrests following the Wednesday shooting in Regent Park, that left one man in serious but non life threatening condition.