Toronto starting to play “itself” in Hollywood movies

Someone yelled “Harry! Harry!” to the young couple strolling down a Toronto street. No, it wasn’t Prince Harry and a certain lovely actress from the TV show, Suits. According to Elan Mastai, the screenwriter and executive producer for The F Word (2014), the shout-out was for the magical Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, who was […]

Meeting tonight on future of Danforth Avenue

A second public meeting will be held tonight, February 23, to discuss the future of development along Danforth Avenue. Since last year the city, a consulting firm, and community members have had their heads together working on a planning study of the Danforth between Coxwell and Victoria Park Avenues, the first of two stretches of […]

Winter Stations transform Beach waterfront

Beachers and public art lovers couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful weekend for the unveiling of the 2017 Winter Stations design competition winners. Now in its third year, the installation sees designers from Toronto and all over the world transform the eastern beaches lifeguard stands into playful pieces of public art. The exhibition runs […]

Coworking space creates community

You may have noticed that the term “coworking space” has been popping into Toronto’s lexicon, with more and more of these spaces are popping up around Toronto. With a rise in freelance workers and entrepreneurs alike, the city has taken on the task of providing these workers with spaces to escape the monotony of their […]

Bowmore teams score high in Scrabble

Success was in the bag for Bowmore Road Public School at the recent Toronto Scrabble Championship city qualifiers. Five two-person Bowmore teams came out of the eastern finals, held at Bowmore March 8, with a spot locked down for the city tournament, joining three Bowmore teams that qualified at a separate tournament. The top 10 […]