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Toronto Tram

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Ontario Place, Toronto waterfront I remember seeing "North Of Lake Superior" in the summer of It was frightening. Expo 67 Montreal, Montreal Canada, Ontario Place, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Star, Toronto City, Canadian History, Lounge, World's Fair

Sunday Supplement: A look back at Ontario Place, Rob Ford's new SUV, glory days at the El Mo, Parkdale in Super 8, and what we learned this week

Welcome to the new, resurrected Sunday Supplement, a weekly look back at some of the stories that made headlines this past week. In this edition, w...

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Yonge Street south of Gerrard St. 1974

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I was lucky to have played there a few times ;-) Saw many shows there just before it closed. The legendary El Macombo Tavern (The Elmo) 464 Spadina Ave, Toronto. Home to great blues and rock bands, including the Stones. ~via Vintage Toronto, FB Toronto City, Toronto Canada, Rolling Stones, Vintage Neon Signs, Canadian History, Hades, Night Life, Ontario, Signage

El Mocambo 1

The El Mocambo Tavern (aka and affectionately known as "The El Mo") is the famous live music and entertainment venue in Toronto, Canada where the Rollings Stones recorded their infamous Love You Live album. Infamous because of the attendance of the former Prime Minister's Pierre Trudeau's wife Margaret. The El Mo has seen better days than is captured here. The Canadian band April Wine, opened for the Stones who were masquerading anonymously as "The Cockroaches" (is this an anti-Beatles…

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Maple Leaf Gardens refreshment stand

Photographer: Alexandra Studio April 12, 1955 City of Toronto Archives Series 1057, Item 7423

Hockey fans line up for tickets. Hoping to buy some of the 1,000 tickets that went on sale this morning for the Team Canada-Soviet Union hockey game Monday night; fans line up outside Maple Leaf Gardens. First two in line had been there since 7.30 last night; they played chess to pass the time. About 450 persons were there when box office opened - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives. - 1972 Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Star, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Canadian History, Canada Travel, Model Trains, Historical Photos

Hockey fans line up for tickets. Hoping to buy some of the 1,000 tickets that went on sale this morning for the Team Canada-Soviet Union hockey game Monday night; fans line up outside Maple Leaf Gardens. First two in line had been there since 7.30 last night; they played chess to pass the time. About 450 persons were there when box office opened - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives. - 1972

The mythical Yonge Street sin strip of the and was an electric, dangerous place. Tucked away at number 373 amongst the glut of groovy hea. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Toronto Travel, Canadian History, Canadian Art, Yonge Street, History Pics, Time Photo, Vintage Movies

Toronto's last Grindhouse rises again

The mythical Yonge Street sin strip of the 1970s and 80s was an electric, dangerous place. Tucked away at number 373 amongst the glut of groovy hea...

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Cedarbrae Cinemas 8 in Toronto, CA

The Cedarbrae Theatre was built by renovating the remains of the former Cedarbrae Bowl structure, built in the late-1950's. Unfortunately, the parc...