Archive for 'Jamie Bradburn'
A quartet of stories about the creatures who alternately amuse and anger us.
The saga of Toronto's 1970s entry in the North American Soccer League, and its underdog championship.
Torontonians enjoyed the last days of summer before back to school, unaware of the economic hardships to come.
Early journalistic efforts of the founding publisher of the Telegram.
Exploring the evolution during the early 1970s of the clichéd phrase used to support law enforcement, "our cops are tops."
For nearly 40 years as editor-in-chief of the Telegram, John R. Robinson aggressively covered local issues, building a loyal readership among Toronto's conservative Protestant working class.
With the opening this weekend of a major show spotlighting the Group of Seven member, a look at the first retrospective exhibition of his work in 1948.
"Meet under the clock" was a slogan ingrained in the city's gay community.
Remember "Mr. Hockey" and his final appearances against the Maple Leafs.
Prejudiced articles from a newsletter exacerbated tensions between the police, homosexuals, and other minority groups.
They hosted the first game in the precursor to the NBA, but only lasted one season. Here's the story of the Toronto Huskies.
This shit is bananas.
A look at the development of the amusement park, which turns 35 this year.
As we approach this year's Blue Jays home opener (next Friday), another look at the grand—and rainy—opening day for one of Toronto's greatest baseball teams.
The evolution of the University-to-Spadina strip.
The Ku Klux Klan raided an Oakville home in 1930 to prevent an interracial marriage.
The local legacies of Canada's 100th birthday in 1967.
A Toronto teen was booted off a popular dance show in 1959 for dancing with a white girl.