Scarborough Players kicking off 60 years of live theatre with Noises Off!

Never a dull moment for Scarborough Players! They are a dynamic theatre group that draws theatre goers, actors and volunteers from across the Greater Toronto Area. The group is proudly celebrating their 60th anniversary of producing comedies, dramas, and mysteries with great reviews and they invite everyone to come celebrate this milestone season. Share Your […]

Boots and Bling gala helps open the door to more children’s programs

For over 30 years, East End Children’s Centre (EECC) has operated two child and family programs in the East Danforth neighbourhood at Terry Fox Community Centre, and the basement of Kimbourne Park United Church. These free drop-in programs provide an opportunity for children 0-6 and their parents/caregivers to come together, network and learn from staff […]

Artist takes her unique gift seriously

The Beach Guild of Fine Art is hosting its annual Fall Art Show at the Beach United Church from September 21-23 which incorporates work from over 40 local artists. Artist Nanci Miranda, born and raised in Toronto, has four paintings on display at the show and lives in Scarborough with husband Michael and daughter, Maddy. […]

Tricia Brioux takes on Oscar Wilde

Tricia Brioux calls herself a voice chameleon. The 25-year resident of the Beach has done theatre, film and TV work but found her true calling as a voice-over artist. Throughout her career, she has played all kinds of characters, from wicked witches to seductive temptresses to kind old ladies. Often working from her studio at […]

Concert will hit all the high notes Oct. 5

Countertenor (Noun) — of or being the highest male voice; having a range above that of the tenor. Ever heard one? If not, now is your chance. The Kingston Road Village Concert Series (KRVCS) will kick off its 2018-19 concert series with a bang. The Countertenor Madness concert on Friday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. […]

St. Aidan’s fundraiser presents top local authors

From a Murdoch Mystery guest and a hockey legend biography to a Canadian historical drama, there will be something for everyone at the second annual Authors’ Dinner fundraiser for St. Aidan’s Church which happens on Thursday, September 20. The event will feature three top local writers and their latest books. Maureen Jennings, author of her latest […]

Beaches International Jazz Festival marks 30 years of fun

The Beach community came alive to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Beaches International Jazz Festival—one of the few remaining free jazz festivals in the world—with close to one million attendees this year. “The first year in Kew Gardens we had 5,000 people,” said Lido Chilelli, the founder of the festival. “Each decade, hundreds of thousands […]