The mystery of who is solved. The mystery of how, though, has onlookers scratching their heads. Since 39 rock sculptures were found in the Humber River near the Old Mill on the weekend, 48-year-old Toronto photographer Peter Riedel has been identified as the creator. What still has people puzzling is just how they stay standing so precariously “without glue.”
A crowd of a few hundred watching the game at Plaza Flamingo restaurant at College and Bathurst Street poured out onto the roadway after Spain’s goal in extra time against the Netherlands.
They have had only one professional camera to share, but the students of St. Boniface Catholic School’s photography club still manage to put on a high-quality exhibit at the Scarborough Bluff’s Gallery for two weeks every year.
A breakthrough treatment was the hot topic at the Multiple Sclerosis Society Scarborough Chapter’s 15th annual MS Walk on April 18.
The Toronto Zoo held it’s 21st Annual Easter “Egg”-Stravaganza during the Easter long weekend from April 2 to April 5. The event featured a visit from the Easter bunny along with Easter treats for children participating in the zoo’s passport activity program.
Spring was in full bloom at the Scarborough Arts Council’s Bluffs Gallery.
According to residents and business owners, it is the dirty lots, ugly signage and excessive litter that is preventing Kingston Road from bolstering its reputation. With the 2015 Pan Am Games fast approaching, Scarborough is soon to be under more international scrutiny than ever.
Throughout Scarborough many apartment buildings have multiple unsolved standard-of-living complaints.
The Scarborough Hockey Association may be caught up in the final games before playoffs, but its players and parents are more concerned with where they will play next year.
Kids around the area made the most of their March Break last week. One of the most popular destinations was the Toronto Zoo. Jim Parker also performed folk music for kids at the Malvern Public Library.