Seven Oaks resident Kathleen Betts has is one of 58 authors whose works are included in Canadian Voices: Volume One, an anthology of prose and poetry.
Articles by Kareen Awadalla
The Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra welcomes music lovers to help celebrate their 30th anniversary in the form of five-crowd pleasing concerts. The second performance, the annual pops concert, is set to take place on Dec. 5.
With the winter chill falling upon us, heating bills are inevitably heating up.
Despite warnings from public health officials against attending work when ill during the current H1N1 scare, the need to make a living can drive sick people to the workplace.
Endorphins were in the air at West Hill Collegiate on Oct. 18, as nine women got psyched up at the start of a new season for the indoor Women’s Fitness Club.
Robin Kiatipis was a week away from taking her G level road test last month when she learned about the Ontario DriveTest strike. Kiatipis is one of many drivers (or would-be drivers) who have felt…
Residents near Markham Rd. and Ellesmere Ave. have long complained about too many ugly overhead wires in the area — which may be why city workers have been out on the street figuring out where…
Over 100 people took in beautiful scenery while getting a little cardiovascular exercise at the launch of the seventh annual Toronto Trails Festival on Sept. 21.
I recently came across a television commercial advertising Kia’s ‘Worry-Free Purchasing’ incentive for consumers. Their concept is based on offering security where everything is insecure. It is a warrantee of sorts that allows a buyer…
As many businesses in our neighbourhood struggle during these tough economic times, they may find hope in the success of others.