News about the recent food-safety violations found at a small restaurant in Scarborough is like déjà-vu, as we have learned in the past about many other restaurants that have had the same problems.
Articles by Rima Ramoul
Beguiling songs drifted out the theatre doors and entranced those who walked by. Inside, the lights were dimmed except for those reflecting off the main stage, where the actors moved with grace, switching with ease from dialogue to song, and from song to dialogue.
For Alan and Dianne Doucette, hikes in the Rouge Valley have become a tradition. The couple comes three to four days a week to take in the sights around the park. They’ve been doing this for 20 years, but Alan says they’re not at all bored.
The scene: A few tables and chairs occupy the main room, and the walls are painted with lively shades of yellow and green. In the adjoining room are two pool tables. The place is empty except for the owner, Nadi, her young daughter and two other young women.
Until a recent daunting experience, I had never taken the GO train. Three weeks ago, when I had to take it from Scarborough to Mississauga, I felt like a kid about to go on a…
Dust off your bike, pump-up its wheels, and take it out for a spin. The Rouge Valley Conservation Centre is providing you the perfect opportunity.
Women, pick up that hammer and those bricks and join your sisters in arms in building houses for sixteen poor Toronto families.
If you get stopped on April 15 and asked if you have a place to spend the night, don’t be offended.
If you’re thinking of entering the Toronto Song Contest, listen up. The city has now released details of what it’s looking for. Anyone who would like to participate is asked to record a song four…
In the airy room about the size of a basketball court, the actors scuttle around arranging chairs as their minimal props for yet another rehearsal. The cast of five is getting ready to give its…