The 15th anniversary of the Female Eye Film Festival takes place June 20-25 in the Beach – and your eye is requested. The competitive film festival is a showcase for Canadian and international independent […]
“You know, Jim, you could open a diner and call it Jim’s Burgers. These are the best!”
And they were. My husband Jim made the most delicious hamburgers. They were happily anticipated every Saturday […]
It’s 6 o’clock on a Monday when the regular crowd shuffles in: they’re all in the mood for a melody and you’ve got us feeling alright.
The sound check has been going on for an hour. The band was so […]
Beaches-East York city councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon is defending a decision to implement on-street permit parking on all of Ward 32 residential streets, saying it is an issue of fairness.
They’re small, they’re slimy, and they have a voracious appetite for leafy greens. These creatures are cankerworms — an insect also commonly known as an inchworm, and which many would recognize as a […]
For a man whose name is recognizable as that of a leader in the East End community, it might surprise some to learn that Michael Rusek was not entirely excited to move to the area. At the time, four […]
June is Indigenous Book Club Month, a month devoted to discovering, reading and supporting the work of Indigenous writers in Canada.
Using the hashtag #IndigenousReads for online discussion, the month-long […]