The Royal Theatre at 608-610 College Street, near Clinton Avenue, is in the heart of Little Italy, although the area also has a substantial Portuguese
Toronto’s old Willow movie theatre at 5269 Yonge St.
The Willow Theatre, c. 1948. City of Toronto Archives (Series 1278, File 8). The Willow was located at 5269 Yonge Street, in Willowdale. It
Toronto’s Oddfellows Hall at 2 College St.
The ornate red-brick building at 2 College Street (450 Yonge Street) is on the northwest corner of Yonge and College Streets. Constructed between the years 1891
Toronto’s old movie theatres—the Kingsway Theatre on Bloor West
The Kingsway Theatre at 3030 Bloor Street West is in the attractive Kingsway Village, a short distance west of Royal York Road and the Royal
Toronto’s Birkbeck Building at 8-10 Adelaide St. East
The Birkbeck Building at 8-10 Adelaide Street East is an Edwardian architectural gem that today is surrounded by faceless modern towers of glass and
Toronto’s old movie theatres—the Regent (the Belsize, the Crest)
The Regent Theatre at 551 Mount Pleasant Road is an old neighbourhood theatres that has survived into the modern era. The theatre opened in 1927
Toronto’s 7th Post Office on Toronto St.
Toronto’s Seventh Post Office, located at 10 Toronto Street, remains as impressive today as when it was built between the years 1851 and 1853. The
Toronto’s old movie houses—Tivoli on Richmond St. E.
Photo from the City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 124, Fl. 0124, Id. 0148. The picture was likely taken in 1965, the year the theatre closed,
The wonderful old movie theatres of my youth have mostly been demolished. However, a few have survived destruction by being recycled for other commercial
Toronto’s old movie theatres—the Glendale Theatre on Avenue Rd.
This photo of the Glendale Theatre (Ontario Archives AO 2116) was likely taken about the years 1949, as the main feature on the marque is