Curious about olive oil? Karen can help

Karen Rapp is an olive-oil sommelier, which apparently is an actual thing. If this surprises you, don’t worry—not too long ago, Rapp had no idea about that either. Four years ago she was on the hunt online for Olio Nuovo extra virgin olive oil, unaware of just how serious people could get over this product […]

Danforth site recommended for new cop shop

The site-selection process for a new, amalgamated 54 and 55 Division police station is moving one step further to completion. On Wednesday, Jan. 24, city council’s executive committee will hear the recommendation that the city choose the TTC garage at 1627 Danforth Ave. for the new station site rather than two other options, the existing […]

Deja Views: Lee Avenue

This archival photograph is courtesy of the Toronto Beaches Branch Public Library (Have an afternoon to spare? Spend some time at the branch, 2161 Queen St. E., and dive into their fantastic Beach archives.) The photo was taken on Lee Avenue, just a little south of Queen Street East, across from the park. I see […]

Changes are coming to Main Street Station

Details about upcoming changes to the area around Main Street Station will be revealed at a community open house tomorrow evening at Hope United Church. The work, scheduled to begin in early May and be completed by the fall of 2018, includes track replacement, lighting work, and initiatives to improve pedestrian safety, according to the […]