The diversity of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus and the surrounding community was celebrated last week at UTSC’s first annual International Development and Culture Week.
It may not be Broadway, but the Scarborough Music Theatre puts on a show that could give the big stage a run for its money.
The Toronto Zoo’s Education Auditorium was swarming with creepy-crawlers over the Valentine’s Day/Family Day Weekend.
The townhouses on Hainford Street, near Kingston Road and Lawrence Avenue, were centrestage for Little House on the Prairie: The Musical touring cast members last week.
Parents and students gathered at Eastview Junior Public School on Feb. 4 to celebrate a $25,000 donation from Royal Bank.
With a growing membership of over 200 people, Grace Church Presbyterian is awaiting government approval to expand, said Rev. Evertt Briard, an interim moderator.
For the first time in its 59-year history, the Scarboro Figure Skating Club is sending athletes to the Olympic Games.
It’s said that home is where the heart is. If that is true, then for those who call Highland Creek home, heart is definitely present.
The Scarborough Diving Club hosted the 25th annual Snowball Classic this past weekend at the Centennial Recreation Centre.
The bitter cold couldn’t keep Port Union families in their homes last Saturday. Not with the community’s 14th annual winter festival, Winterfest, going on.