by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Welcome to Freshed Right Salad and Juice Bar
In an interesting pivot, new local barber shop Razed Right has become Freshed Right Salad and Juice Bar at 298 Gerrard St. E. (just east of Parliament St.).
Welcome to the neighbourhood!
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Crime alert: Local thefts – photos available of person of interest
The man pictured below is a person of interest related to some local thefts. If you see him, please contact Toronto Police at 416-808-2222. Friday September 15 at Stout Irish Pub (facebook.com), this person was captured on video attempting to … Continue reading →
Sadly, long-time Cabbagetowner Nancy White has died. We learned of her passing in Doug Fisher’s blog where he wrote the following: Nancy White died recently from the lingering effects of a stroke she suffered several years ago. She loved Cabbagetown … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Sewer works on Amelia St. October 2 – 6
Our friends in the Ward 28 office have let us know that sewer works will be conducted on Amelia St. during the week of October 2 – 6. Residents on Amelia St. have been notified by the letter posted below. … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on 5th Annual Cabbagetown Pumpkin Walk – November 1
We’ve had so much fun for the past few years, that we are doing it again! Bring your pumpkins to the Cabbagetown Pumpkin Walk on November 1 2017 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Riverdale Park West. Wear your … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: The Swiss Cottage
We have written in the past (ahem), about some of the many medical facilities that used to be located in olde Cabbagetown, including the Toronto General Hospital and the Toronto School of Medicine. Across the Don River, north of the … Continue reading →
Our friends in Regent Park are having a free block party on Saturday September 30 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Regent and Cole Street. There will be free food and entertainment, kids activities and a chance to meet … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Update on recent string of nearby shootings
After the recent string of shootings nearby in Regent Park, we wanted to give you a status update on our communications with Toronto Police Services 51 Division. Our Safety and Security Liaison, Des Ryan, has been in communication with our … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Crime alert: Shooting at Gerrard St. E. and Nasmith Ave.
In what is becoming a weekly occurrence, there was another shooting close to the neighbourhood this evening. Toronto Police tweeted at 11:40 p.m. that there was a shooting and a person was taken away in an ambulance 15 minutes later. … Continue reading →
by CabbageTowner • • Comments Off on Cabbagetowner according to … Katie Tozer
Katie Tozer, her husband Mark, and their four children have lived on Parkview Avenue for seven years. She volunteers at the annual Forsythia Festival. Best place in Cabbagetown for a bite to eat … It’s a toss-up between the House … Continue reading →