Discovering the Kensington Market, A Village Within the city! This post examines a Victorian house at the southwest corner of Wales and Augusta Avenues.
Month: July 2011
Relocating the building at Adelaide and John Streets that was once the “Fox and Fiddle Pub.”
The historic building at 106 John Street, which until recently housed the “Fox and Fiddle Pub,” sometimes referred to as “The Pox and Piddle” is
The excerpt below is from the novel “Arse Over Teakettle,” a story about a family struggling to survive during the war years in Toronto.
The Star gave Carrie Fisher a four-star review and I can understand the reasons for the high praise. It requires courage to stand
In July of 1936, temperatures in Toronto soared to 40.5 for three consecutive days. These temperatures remain the highest ever recorded in our city, despite
The number of library branches should be reduced and their hours cut back? I’ve had enough of this nonsense! The Story of Tilly Toronto and
Memories of Toronto’s Sunnyside on a hot summer day
“The glories that were Sunnyside are of another day,” to paraphrase the words of the song popularized by Tony Bennett. During a recent heat wave,
The following quote is from the novel “Arse Over Teakettle,” a humorous story of a Toronto family that managed to smile while coping with the
I expect to pay higher prices when I shop at a farmers’ market, and normally do not object because I realize that the produce is
Every Thursday during the summer, farmers arrive early in the morning at David Pecaut Square, near Metro Hall on King Street West. An array of