There are very few restaurants that can boast about being around for more than 50 years. One such business is the family run Kingsway Fish and Chips in Etobicoke. Kingsway Fish and Chips is located at 3060 Bloor Street West, just West of Royal York, and boy is it good. Gordon and Rachel run the family owned business but it really doesn’t feel like a restaurant....

Music festivals typically take a while to build a following. The organizer will get a few bands bands to show up and hopefully, through word of mouth, people show up after several years. Lakeshore West Music Fest in Etobicoke has jumped from humble beginnings straight to one of the “must-do” local music events in July. Attention: Due to the rain-out last...

Posted on Jul 7 2014 - 7:00pm by Richard
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Climbing a vertical rock face on the side of a mountain is something that I’ve always wanted to do. The problem? I’m scared to death! Boulderz Climbing Centre in Etobicoke allows me to realize this dream safely and gives me a fun and exciting workout all at the same time. Boulderz Climbing Centre’s new Etobicoke location can be found at 80 The East...

Posted on Jun 26 2014 - 5:57pm by Richard
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We here at 365Etobicoke are not art connoisseurs but we know what we like. Artworld Fine Art in Etobicoke is an art gallery where we genuinely feel at ease looking at the various paintings, installations, and artifacts on display. Buying art shouldn’t be a five minute process. At Artworld you are free to explore until you need help from one of the extremely...

Posted on Jun 18 2014 - 5:34pm by Richard
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With home construction in the GTA occurring at a feverish pace it has become even more important to take care of our culturally significant buildings. Visiting the historic Applewood Shaver House helps paint a picture of how Etobicoke once was. The Applewood Shaver House is located at 450 The West Mall and is not only a living and active museum of Etobicoke’s...

Kathleen Wynne proved the pre-election polls that showed the parties in an effective statistical three-way tie to be total hogwash. The Liberals ran away with the election and, despite the scandals that their opponents brought up time and time again, now have a majority government which should allow them to push through legislative changes more easily. Kathleen Wynne...

When I think about all the things I did as a child one of the standouts certainly has to be going to the circus. The wonderment of a child’s eyes exists today as it did back then as they see people flying through the air or the big friendly elephants. That is why I’m bringing my girls to the World Famous Shrine Circus which makes a stop in Etobicoke each...

If there’s one thing that signals in the start of Summer it’s the many farmers markets that dot the Etobicoke landscape beginning in May and June. The idea of “farm to plate” in as few steps as possible is an appealing one. Personally, I like to speak to the actual growers or farmers and find out how the crops are doing, when the items were...

Etobicoke has lots going for it including some unique shopping experiences and great restaurants. However, it’s the outdoor events such as the annual Spring Bird Festival down by the lake where our proud little city of Etobicoke really shines. The 5th Annual Spring Bird Festival takes place Saturday May 24th 2014 at Colonel Sam Smith Park and the number of visitors...

Music schools are pretty common in any established city. What isn’t common is a music school that not only instructs in unique ways but is also deeply involved in almost every aspect of the community. That is where Royal House of Music in Etobicoke enters the picture. Royal House of Music, located at 45 Hay Avenue in the heart of Mimico Village, is the brainchild...