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Tag Archives: October/November 2017
Butterflyway parade make a stop under my favourite tree – Fran B. Do you recognize it? Tell us where the Secret Beaches Spot photo was taken, and you could win a pair of My Beach Stickers! Email your answer by November 10 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us a photo of your Secret Beaches Spot with a brief description. If we use it … <entire article…>
Fall is a great time for “cleaning out the clutter”. It may be the leaves that have collected in your eavestrough, or the extra items in your closet! De-cluttering can literally make you feel better. You can find things more easily, it brightens up your home and in general, feel lighter and more in control. Outside Clean patio furniture and … <entire article…>
Who doesn’t like to get a little scared now and then, especially at Halloween! These films have come to us from Beaches|Life reader, Ferris Mohammed. They are a mixture of well-known horror classics, some lesser known gems and one for the whole family to enjoy together.
Many travel through the summer or get together with friends and family they haven’t seen in months or years. Our photos are precious reminders of these wonderful times, whether we are with family in our backyard, or trekking through the Alps. Don’t let the failure to back up your photos take away those memories. The technology is available, easy to … <entire article…>
“I have ketchup in my veins,” Tony Colonna, franchise owner and operator at the local McDonald’s on Eastern and Woodward Avenues, tells us. “That’s what other long-time employees say. I love what I do. Every day is a new day, with great people and a positive outcome.” Tony’s career started when he was fifteen at one of the world’s largest … <entire article…>
Working as an electrician, one day Joe Rizza got tired of “just talking to wires” so he announced to his wife Carm, “I’ve always wanted to be a hairdresser.” That was 20 years ago, and as Joe tells the story, while he was telling Carm the news, he picked up her curling iron at the wrong end and burned himself! … <entire article…>
Welcome New Neighbours: Casa Mia Delicatessen – 1985 Queen St. E. The Castro Pub – 1987 Queen St. E. Standing Wave Martial Arts – 1560 Queen St. E., Unit 201 teb Interiors Inc. – 853 Kingston Rd. Wayne’s Dream – 2359A Queen St. E ‘ Thank You & Best Wishes: Delhi Bistro – 2214 Queen St. E. Mars Beach Diner … <entire article…>