In 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, three friends sat nervously in a cramped room at Pitman Hall Residence at Toronto Metropolitan University, ready to pack up their lives and move back home. Dreams of making it big in the production world were quickly crushed by the looming threat of the global pandemic.
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Ancient Japanese traditions and a mandatory tryout period don’t even begin to describe this unique Davisville dojo
Lawrence Park Community Church moves online to continue church events during
By Negin Khodayari It’s like a scene out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Plazas that are normally packed with cars and swarms of people, are deserted. Schools are vacant, with no students in sight. Streets are empty, but for the odd car, and the only place you need to be, is at home. Driving past the…
The owner of KAOS Music Centre competes with Amazon to maintain to maintain his 30-year-old store By David Cassels Bill Bates hates Amazon. He hates Amazon because he believes that the online retail kingpin poses a threat to his community music store. KAOS Music Centre boasts a large collection of instructors who run a music…
The Comic Room is located on the side of an old plaza across from Scarborough Health Network General Hospital. There are no big billboards or neon lights calling attention to it; blink and you’ll miss the store when driving by. However, the sign that reads “Books ½ price” is inviting enough to attract curious minds.
Pay-what-you-can grocery store ramps up efforts to help those in need during a pandemic
For over 20 years, Executive Director Phil Anderson has helped foster Queen Streets Gallery1313 and kept the spark alive at the unique Parkdale gallery.
Venus Bakery and Café has become a hub to the Iranian community in Scarborough, acting as a one-stop-shop.