Tailgating with the Toronto Argonatus and Kids in TOw

  Think of it as a picnic in a parking lot. This month my family headed down to BMO Stadium to join our fellow Argos fans for some pre-game fesitivities. It’s called tailgaiting, a common and super popular at NFL games in the States, but a new party offering launched last year by the Toronto … More Tailgating with the Toronto Argonatus and Kids in TOw

Halloween Treats: Spookies by Toronto’s New Moon Kitchen

Hello Halloween and all the good and not-so-goodness that comes with it. It seems that every year as my little trick-or-treaters grow, so do the bags of sugary junk they haul in after an evening of touring the block. (You can see how I feel about and cope with the crap here.) So you can … More Halloween Treats: Spookies by Toronto’s New Moon Kitchen

The Don Jail

The site of the former Don Jail, now administrative offices for Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, pretty much blends right into the northwest area of Broadview Ave and Gerrard St. East. Back when it opened in 1864, the Don Jail was the largest in North America and one of Toronto’s busiest jails, holding at one point over … More The Don Jail

Centreville Amusement Park on Toronto Island

It’s a summer staple. Across the harbour from downtown Toronto tucked behind trees in the middle of 600 acres of parkland on Centre Island is Centreville Amusement Park. With 30-plus rides and attractions, it’s a far cry from Canada’s Wonderland or The Ex, but that’s part of its charm. Whether you stop for a couple of rides … More Centreville Amusement Park on Toronto Island