In an effort to avoid mass markdowns of creepy crawly things after the big H, stores are merchandising ghoulish goods alongside incoming Christmas products and other promos.
Kids won’t go home empty handed from the Toronto Card Show on Oct. 25 at Leaside Gardens.
Fritz Lev wasn’t trying to sell antiques when he opened his store on Bayview Ave. in 1974.
With three games on the season, last year’s TDSSAA champs Northern Red Knights sit atop the South’s A pool undefeated at 3-0, after beating Central Tech Blues 38-7, Oct. 8.
In 2006, the race for councillor in Ward 26 was wide open with the incumbent Jane Pitfield deciding to run for mayor.
Sure making people laugh is a definite perk when it comes to stand up comedy.
Those wanting a swift conclusion to the long battle over preserving Leaside’s Talbot apartments will likely wait until the new year for a decision.
Even after its closing, Bayview Express is still giving the Leaside community something to talk about.
Leaside resident D’Arcy Blais used to joke with the owner of Bayview Express convenience store at the lottery booth. Now residents have a real beef.
There is no denying Tim Morawetz’s love of art deco architecture. He studied it at Carleton University. He was hooked on the works of Ernest Cormier, noted for the Supreme Court of Canada building in…