The Second Base Youth Shelter in Scarborough is celebrating its 16th anniversary this month. As part of the celebration, the shelter opened its doors to the community to share points of pride.
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.
Black students don’t get the support they need in high school to continue in university, about 100 East Scarborough students were told at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus on Nov. 18.o
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.
Boo at the Zoo, an annual event, attracted dozens of kids on Halloween. Children dressed as dinosaurs, pirates, witches, ducks and piles of leaves were able to see the animals while trick-or-treating through the zoo.
It was a nail-biter late, but in the end the Harbord Tigers edged the Leaside Lancers 41-39 at home in Tier 2 senior girls basketball on Tuesday.
In a bid to attract more members, Tam Heather Tennis and Curling Club opened a new $1-million tennis dome on Oct. 17.
After years of working in the high-tech offices of the modern communications industry, Chris Short made his big career move — to serving ale in a cottage. Not just any cottage. But Scarborough’s 142-year-old homestead, the Olde Stone Cottage Pub.
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.
Two new bridges were unveiled by Mayor David Miller recently at Morningside and Finch Avenues to help improve access to the Morningside Heights community.