Posts Filed Under: Parkdale
With the closure of the "Drake You Ho" Starbucks, the neighbourhood is now a haven for indie caffeinators.
Displacement and unfair rent increases among challenges raised in a Monday night forum.
For some people, cookies are a sometimes-food, but for Jason Holborn, they are a never-food.
Community members gathered in Parkdale to remember and honour the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.
A new documentary is poised to make the enigmatic Toronto mural artist RUNT as well-known as his style.
Nominated for: aggressively invading vulnerable neighbourhoods.
Local graphic designer Chris Thomas brought his
Hood Times—complete with tiny trash bags and tiny abandoned mattresses—to Goodfellas Gallery.
Showing some neighbourhood love.
From fine lodging to flophouse to cultural hub—a look at the history of Toronto's oldest continually operating hotel.
The award-winning chef and his team will oversee menu development at the new Parkdale location.
After the councillor calls Parkdale a "pedophile district," Parkdale-loving Torontonians take to social media to defend the neighbourhood.
It's a date!
Toronto's Beatrice Lillie becomes a world-famous entertainer and comedian.
A Parkdale mental-health clinic is now a little nicer inside.
It's Wednesday, which means you'll keep asking people "What day is it again?" all day long, then quietly die inside when they say it's not Thursday. In the news: residents of the recently raided North Etobicoke complex allege that they were traumatized by police, the woman who supposedly threw a drink at the mayor has a trial date, Rob Ford really likes astrology, and Parkdale's restaurant/bar cap bylaw is moving on forward.
A new tool library lets Torontonians borrow donated equipment for a small annual fee.
It was almost definitely Toronto's only pinball hangout, and now it's gone.
Parkdale Activity Recreation Centre built a canoe. Over the weekend, they took it for a spin.