Once Craig Chambers was bitten by the shutter bug he was feverish. The 36-year-old, who works full-time as a producerRead more
When I first moved to midtown Toronto, my apartment was within a five-minute walk of one of the most iconicRead more
Velvet Haney is standing in the living room of her Forest Hill home, re-enacting a scene from her teen years where her father embarrassed her outside of a Toronto movie theatre.
It’s February, 1972, and Billy Richardson has had one too many gin martinis. There’s a lineup of people waiting to get into the showing of A Clockwork Orange, and since he knows the manager of the theatre he’s going to try to bypass the queue.
It’s the week after Daylight Savings Time has ended. Toronto is awash in fall misery but looking out from theRead more
There’s something to be said about blonde ambition. Comedian, singer and former Toronto Raptors Dance Pak cheerleader Nicole Arbour knows how to turn up the smouldering allure, crack a good joke and carry a tune.Read more
Beach denizen Tia Miric has had a year of ups and downs, which included her departure from the indoor sceneRead more
You can’t keep a Stafford down. That’s a lesson you’ll learn when you talk with Lucia Stafford about her cross-countryRead more
Jacob Maurutto-Robinson may have gone to OFSAA last year for cross country, but the standout Forest Hill CI runner is returning to his favourite game: soccer.Read more
The Leaside Pub was rocking Monday night after the results of the municipal election poured in. With Tom Petty’s “IRead more
Rolph Road Roadrunners junior girls slo-pitch team won its sixth City title on Tuesday, with a 22-1 rout of MauriceRead more
For artist Mark Johnson, the moment he introduced colour into his work, was when he met his wife Madeline in 2005.Read more
Chanteuse Niki Kennedy really stands out in a crowd. It’s Oct. 17 and the Rivoli on Queen Street is packedRead more
North Toronto’s Jason Legge is standing in a second-floor hallway at the Rehearsal Factory at Sherbourne and Front when he makes a bold statement of his new band, Ally Mode.Read more
Cross-country and track stalwart Lizzy Whelan has her sights set on making the Pan Am Games in Toronto. It willRead more
Breaking a Canadian Interuniversity Sport football record was not the first thing that came to Simon Nassar’s after U of T’s game against Carleton Ravens, in Ottawa.Read more