Collection by Brenda Loebel-April

Brenda Loebel-April
Yorkville neighbourhood in Toronto when it still had some element of "cool" to… Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Yorkville Toronto, Canadian History, Canadian Art, Canadian Things, Canadian Travel, Time Photo, Old Photos

Yorkville neighbourhood in Toronto when it still had some element of "cool" to it. Circa 1974.

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Toronto Guest Houses Short Term Rental

Located in some of Downtown Toronto's most vibrant neighborhoods. We provide short term furnished room and suite rentals for visiting professionals.

Love this st Ronces - High Park Toronto Ontario aka Roncevelles (sp) wonderful baKERIES Eaton Centre, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photography, Downtown Toronto, Landscape Photos, Toronto Architecture, The Neighbourhood, Around The Worlds, Canada Eh

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Ronces, Roncey or Roncesvalles; Whatever you call it it’s no longer a well-kept secret. Still a mostly Polish neighborhood that hosts the annual Polish festival in September, it has in recent years...

Queen King and Roncesvalles 1971 via lindsaybridge. Toronto, Reds Bbq, The Good German, Canadian History, Canadian Art, Summer Barbecue, Canada, Historical Quotes, Lake Michigan

What Roncesvalles Avenue used to look like

Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one...

List of oldest buildings and structures in Toronto - Royal Alex Theatre Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Royal Alexandra Theatre, Uruguay Tourism, Canada Pictures, Largest Countries, Old Building, American Country, Toronto Canada, Canada Travel, Ontario

The Royal Alex Theatre, Toronto Fifty years ago an adventure in theatre began. Ed Mirvish purchased the beautiful Royal Alexandra Theatre on King Street West. Nestled in the middle of a disused industrial area, the theatre, like the neighbourhood, had been neglected for years. Mirvish restored and renovated the theatre, and revitalized the area.

Bloor West Village is one of Toronto's true gems. Canada, Toronto High Park, Amazing Photos, Cool Photos, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Toronto Travel, Travel 2017, City Scene, Toronto Canada

Bloor West Village is one of Toronto's true gems. Boasting a wonderfully friendly and interconnected multicultural community, Bloor West is a wonderful place to live, and is very family oriented. In my latest blog I have elaborated more on the details and history of this one of a kind Toronto neighbourhood:

Nadire Atas Toronto Distillery District Toronto Yorkville was such a happening place back in the But by the early Yorkville was losing its identity as the centre for hippie culture & was becoming an upscale kind of place. Yorkville Toronto, Burlington Ontario, Canadian Things, Hippie Culture, Canadian History, Canadian Rockies, Historical Architecture, Alberta Canada

These are what Toronto postcards looked like in the 1970s

If there was a heyday for Toronto postcards, it was surely the 1970s when the grittiness of the city was perfectly matched to the sepia-tones of th...

 West and Spadina Ave. Fashion District, up through Chinatown, then through Kensington, and finishing in Little Italy Amazing Photos, Cool Photos, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canada 150, Little Italy, City Streets, Landscape Photos, Spring Break

Toronto High Rise Living.....(on Made By Girl)

Hello everyone! It seems like FOREVER since I've blogged -but in reality it's only been a couple days! I've missed all of you, and yes, I've been reading your comments. Thank you for the antique shops you all posted & if you haven't done so yet, please post the good ones in your town! OMG! Texas was VERY H-U-M-I-D, I had no idea! However, the Colorado weather was quite nice in comparison. As many of you know, I am a FAN of the NY Times & love their home & garden section! It's where you can…

The lost restaurants of Toronto fill long time residents with an overwhelming sense of nostalgia. It would be nearly impossible to put together a d. Vintage Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, Street Look, Historical Pictures, Vintage Movies

31 photos of beloved Toronto restaurants that no longer exist

COVID-19 has not been kind to bars and restaurants in Toronto, over 60 of which have closed since the start of the pandemic. But losing restaurants...

Mosaic ceiling at the Royal Ontario Museum

Mosaic ceiling at the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto, Canada.

Momofuku Restaurant is located in Toronto, Canada and it was designed by The Design Agency as one of the top spots for dining due to its great dishes and wines and for its wonderful design. The restaurant spreads over three … Continue reading → Toronto Architecture, Colour Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Design, Toronto Photography, Momofuku, Higher Design, Toronto Canada

The Momofuku Restaurant, A Stunning Example Of Contemporary Architecture At Its Highest

The Momofuku Restaurant is located in Toronto, Canada. It was completed in 2012 and it’s designed by Canadian architects and interior designers The Design Agency. The luxury restaurant has quickly become a landmark for those that enjoy good wine and beautiful architecture. With a total surface of 6,600 square feet, the restaurant spreads on three...