The legendary El Macombo Tavern (The Elmo) 464 Spadina Ave, Toronto. Home to great blues and rock bands, including the Stones

I was lucky to have played there a few times ; 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

St. Lawrence Market in the 1890s. Some things have changed. Some not so much.

The St. Lawrence Market is one of Toronto's oldest institutions, technically dating as far back as 1803 when Governor Peter Hunter designated the a.

Toronto 1940s Bathers on Sunnyside Beach http://www.blogto.com/city/2015/01/a_1940s_toronto_photo_extravaganza/

Toronto, Bathers on Sunnyside Beach

Toronto, CNE midway at night, 1952

The 2011 CNE gets underway in one week. So what better time to devote a historic photo post to the annual late summer tradition? With origins that .

Toronto 1970s. Yorkville was such a happening place back in the 60's. But by the early 70's, Yorkville was losing its identity as the centre for hippie culture & was becoming an upscale kind of place...

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.

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