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Vandals damage Malvern war memorial

September 12, 2014

Vandals have once again damaged a cenotaph outside Malvern Collegiate. Designed by sculptor Emanuel Hahn, the 1922 cenotaph honours 25 Malvern students who died in the First World War. It features a statute of a young man raising a broken chain in one hand, and holding a sword in the other. Security camera footage shows vandals removing […]

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Vandals damage Malvern war memorial

Vandals have once again damaged a cenotaph outside Malvern Collegiate. Designed by sculptor Emanuel Hahn, the 1922 cenotaph honours 25 Malvern students who died in the First World War. It features a statute of a young man raising a broken chain in one hand, and holding a sword in the other. Security camera footage shows vandals removing […]

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Beacher tops at competitive lifeguarding

Some of the Beach’s best lifeguards are packing their trunks for the south of France. Starting Saturday they will land at a seaside resort near Montpellier, but not to put up their feet – the lucky lifeguards are competing in Rescue 2014, the world championship of lifeguarding. Speaking among the oars and paddle boards stored […]

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DECA Art Fair brings family fun to outdoor art show

The city’s most family-friendly art fair is back on East Danforth this weekend, as the Danforth East Community Association presents the seventh annual Danforth East Art Fair. Painters, potters, photographers, jewellers, and all other manner of artists and craftspeople will be on hand for two days selling their creations at East Lynn Park. This year […]

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Finding his passion in Scottish dance

John Clark once swore he’d never wear a kilt, not even when his dad brought home a bolt of the family tartan from Scotland. And when his wife Susan signed them up for Scottish country dancing class at Fallingbrook Presbyterian, John grumbled. “I used to dance all the time. I had a great time doing […]

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The Golden Age of movie houses

The days of 10 cent, double feature Saturday matinees are long gone, but nostalgic Beachers hold fond memories of the film palaces of our youth. Before television came along in the 1950s, the Beach had as many as seven neighbourhood cinemas at one time. Who remembers the Beach, Family/Lake, Manor, Kingswood, Scarboro or Ideal? Only […]

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