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Thornhill Post - November 2009

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Joey Shulman

Joey Shulman

Canada’s wellness guru on the healthy secrets to a sinfully good diet and how a chance phone call led to matrimony

Jully Black

Jully Black

How this sultry songbird soared to the top of the charts — a candid talk with Richmond Hill’s hottest R & B rebel

In This Issue

A Movember to remember

A Movember to remember

This November grow a ‘stache for a great cause using T.O.’s most famous hairy upper lips as inspiration

Is Layton singing his swan song?

Is Layton singing his swan song?

Politicos and pundits imagine revamping the leader of the NDP now that he’s propping up the Conservatives

One of the best openings in years

One of the best openings in years

WHAT A WEALTH of talent resides in the three women behind the Tarragon Theatre’s latest play Drowning Girls. Beth Graham, Charlie Tomlinson and Daniela Vlaskalic are to be applauded for a...

Richmond Hill ‘perfect setting’ for new high school

Richmond Hill ‘perfect setting’ for new high school

Ribbon cut at state-of-the-art facilty on Elgin Mills campus

Local resident reaches out to those in need

Local resident reaches out to those in need

Former addict now the director of outreach program

Thornhill Break-Ins

Thornhill Break-Ins

The dance of love

The dance of love

Besides being principal dancers for the National Ballet of Canada, Heather Ogden and Guillaume Côté are a blissfully in-love couple who got engaged this summer and are planning to tie the knot...

Dunlap Observatory heritage bylaw passed

Dunlap Observatory heritage bylaw passed

Richmond Hill residents, town staff and local residents met on Oct. 20 to discuss how the David Dunlap Observatory can be protected should an application to develop the site be submitted.

Thornhill prepares to welcome the world

Thornhill prepares to welcome the world

Residential sales for a controversial development project on the site just north of Steeles Avenue and Yonge Street have been very strong according to a development representative.

The gin is cold and the piano’s hot: a jazz guide

The gin is cold and the piano’s hot: a jazz guide

Radio host Ralph Benmergui on the best places to hear the hot sounds of the city

Ready for the main event

Ready for the main event

IS THIS A restaurant with an identity crisis or is it an allpurpose eatery? These burning questions bring us to the latest outpost of Le Gourmand or LG3 as they call this Midtown location at Yonge...

Grill house shows promise

Grill house shows promise

New Richmond Hill eatery has moments of glory

Still quite the stunner

Still quite the stunner

Zucca adds zip in the kitchen

Blustery weather means more home entertaining

Blustery weather means more home entertaining

It gets harder and harder to put on all that cold-weather gear just to head out to a family friendly restaurant with friends and kids in tow. That is why fall and winter are perfect for hosting a...

5 ways to jazz up your living space

5 ways to jazz up your living space

Here are five easy tips from some of Toronto’s top designers on how to give your home a autumnal makeover.

Hot commodity in Richmond Hill

Hot commodity in Richmond Hill

Buyers weren’t afraid to bid over a million for this uniquely designed Wycliffe custom home. It features a marble hall decked out with a crystal chandelier and other luxury amenities, like a...

$40,000 above in Thornhill

$40,000 above in Thornhill

After just a week on the market, this family home in Thornhill sold for a full $40,000 over asking price. Potential buyers were obviously charmed by the large, treed lot; maple kitchen; and...

The winning bid in Bayview

The winning bid in Bayview

This traditional four + one bedroom family home boasts very large principal rooms and a grand pie-shaped lot. The basement features an in-law suite with plenty of storage that made it worth...

Over asking in North York

Over asking in North York

It’s not only luxury mansions that are garnering competitive attention these days. This townhouse sold for nearly $20,000 more than asking, thanks to its open concept main floor and convenient...

It went for ‘more’ in Moore Park

It went for ‘more’ in Moore Park

This Moore Park Georgian went for more than $100,000 over asking, thanks to its renovated interior, full, three-storey addition, five spacious bedrooms and luxurious garden overlooking the ravine.

They vied for this Village beauty

They vied for this Village beauty

This stylish and classic Yabu Pushelberg–designed home also went complete with styling by Sharon Mimran. Located steps from Upper Canada College, this Deer Park property was clearly worth...

H1N1: Keeping your kids healthy, despite the odds

H1N1: Keeping your kids healthy, despite the odds

The virus is here, but you can fight it

The ostrich approach: why just saying no doesn’t work

The ostrich approach: why just saying no doesn’t work

Keeping your kids drug-free takes real communication

Fame and family

Fame and family

CBC’s Patty Sullivan talks motherhood

Three chicken soups for the soul

Three chicken soups for the soul

Chicken soup is a classic staple during cold and flu season. Most cultures have their own form of it, and it is seen as a sickness remedy all over the world.

For $5 more, a new world of wine

For $5 more, a new world of wine

Paying that little bit extra means better quality and variety — top wines under $20

Acts of God, or do humans have something to do with it?

Acts of God, or do humans have something to do with it?

The planet’s 6.8 billion residents take a toll on our world

Preparing to be Jie-afied

Preparing to be Jie-afied

Is the GTA’s priciest haircut worth it?

Why would anyone want to be mayor of Toronto?

Why would anyone want to be mayor of Toronto?

How to campaign for T.O.’s top job from someone whose been there

In search of the wizards of Oz

In search of the wizards of Oz

THE OSSINGTON STRIP is a culinary melting pot that has exploded in popularity, drawing some of the city’s finest young chefs to the area, including Tom Thai and Paul Boehmer.

Get your motor running

Get your motor running

Twenty-five years after the launch of MuchMusic, ’80s style is back. Former VJs Teresa Roncon and Erica Ehm go hog-wild for the season’s latest motorcycle jackets

Using your noodle

Using your noodle

With mac and cheese in the midst of a gooey gourmet renaissance, we dispatch Italian restaurateur Roberto Martella to find the city’s best.