Christmas by Wanda Gould Merry Christmas to everyone!
Archives for December 2011
You may have maxed out your credit card over the holidays, but January sees an exciting and wonderfully eclectic group of bands and singers take the stage in Toronto, each worth another swipe of your card. From fast-rising indie acts to classic groups with dedicated fans, here’s a look at who’s playing live this month. […]
Nathan Philips Square by Owen Byrne Are you still stuck in the decision-making process about what to do on the New Year’s Eve 2012? If you don’t feel like escaping into the wild and hiding away from all the lights and noise of the city, staying in the Big Smoke is a wonderful choice. Actually, […]
Snow storm by Themadcanudist Snow storm on the dupont train tracks by Themadcanudist. Look at the line of rail and the special atmosphere of silence. Great capture, thanks for it!
Firefighters by Matt MacGillivray A previously secret report from 2009, revealed by the Star reporters, shows that Toronto Fire’s response time to emergency significantly lags behind Northern American standards. Our firefighters lose on average two extra precious minutes compared to other fire crews. An expert report states that it should take about six minutes to […]
Sunrise over Driftwood by Frank Teney This gorgeous colorful photo is from East Point Park, Toronto, Ontario. East Point Park is a 60 hectare park located in the east end of Toronto’s waterfront. Located near the mouth of Highland Creek the beach is littered with driftwood that has washed ashore.