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By Peeter Poldre, Photographer Always learning and striving to CAPTURE the next great photo!

SMARTPHONE/POINT AND SHOOT/DIGITAL SLR. NO MATTER WHAT DEVICE YOU USE TO TAKE PHOTOS, WHAT LOOKS FINE ON THE DEVICE MAY LEAVE YOU DISAPPOINTED WHEN YOU WANT TO MAKE THAT SPECIAL IMAGE INTO AN ENLARGEMENT, A POSTER OR A SCREEN-SAVER. EACH MONTH, THIS COLUMN WILL AIM TO PROVIDE UNDERSTANDABLE, PRACTICAL, LARGELY NON-TECHNICAL ADVICE TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER PHOTOS.

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he “RULE OF THIRDS” divides an image into thirds with horizontal and vertical lines. Where the lines intersect, the pink squares (1), are visually powerful locations for an important element of the photograph. In photo 2, the light of the lighthouse and the burst of fireworks each occupy one of the intersects. In photo 3, the son’s and father’s faces are at the points along the right vertical third. For single subjects, whether it is a blue jay (4) or a model (5), the eye is the most compelling feature to locate on the intersect.

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yOlive is a family business that specializes in pure and all-natural Olive Oils, Balsamic Vinegars and gourmet products from around the world. We have two locations - one in Port Credit for over four years now and our newest location in the heart of Roncesvalles. A LITTLE ABOUT OUR STORE The entire concept of the store is set up so that you can walk around and help yourself to samples of any of our over 60 Premium Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars, ensuring you take home only products that you have sampled and enjoyed. At first you might find the selection a little overwhelming and we are happy to help you find something that fits your needs,

whether you are looking for a gift for a refined palette or a simple and fresh Olive Oil to take your salads to the next level. WHAT MAKES OUR PRODUCTS SO GOOD • Everything is pure and natural • Poured fresh for you • Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oils from either the Northern or Southern Hemisphere depending on the time of year • Olive Oils are tested so that we can provide critical information to our customers • Flavoured Olive Oils are naturally infused • Balsamic Vinegars are all from Modena, Italy with no dye colouring, starch or added sugar • Gourmet products have been carefully selected like Truffle Oils, Truffle Salts, Olives, Local Rubs, Syrups, Hot Sauces and more Our passion is food and our products reflect our passion. We spend our days talking about food and how our products can be used in just about anything so drop in and let’s do some tastings!

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ISSUE 5 2018

RONCY/PARKDALE/HIGH PARK/BLOOR WEST/SWANSEA

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Q&A WITH MARION ROSS

15 41ST ANNUAL RACE ROSTER SPRING RUN OFF

16 REVUE CINEMA 17 KIDS ACTIVIST CAMP AT RENNIE PARK

18 HUGH'S ROOM LIVE ONE

SALMON TROUT

13 RONCESVALLES REFUGEE RELIEF FUNDRAISER

YEAR ANNIVERSARY

19 HUGH'S ROOM LIVE

14 ASK THE WINE LADIES

S O M E O F T H E P L AC E S YO U C A N F I N D U S .

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MAY 26-27 Doors Open Toronto doorsopenontario.on.ca/toronto

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JULY 22 Caterpi llars, Moths, an d Butterfli es Walki ng Tour highpark.org

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Q: In your book, My Days: Happy and Otherwise, it fascinated me how much strength, courage and determination you had. You don’t hear many people have the amount of focus that you had when you were a child, where do you think that came from, your Mom? Absolutely, the fact that I had a crippled brother, I had to be something special. In my mind, to be an actress is of course not the wisest choice in the world, but it was my secret. I would go to the library and read who was who in the famous world and it would say they were born and now they are a star. I would think “what happened in between? How old were they?”

Q: Let’s talk about the power of intentions? In your book you said, “I will become a great actress, I will be in the theatre, I will have all the people clamoring to me, I should be talent.” It’s obvious that you achieved that.

MARION ROSS BY SUE LONDON

I had the honour of interviewing legendary actress Marion Ross, also known to millions as Mrs C from the hit TV show, Happy Days. Marion is a lady of honesty, integrity and inspiration. Her newly released book, My Days: Happy and Otherwise, is truly life changing. I encourage you to pick up a copy today.

Q: In your memoirs, you talk about what it was like to be a starry-eyed young girl with dreams, while living in poor rural Minnesota. Can you tell our readers about the struggles you’ve faced and what it took for you to make your dreams come true? You have to understand that I was the second little girl in the family. My brother, who was 18 months younger than me was a crippled boy. So, that made me have to achieve. I had to really try to make up for everything. Also, I was very strong and healthy. I think because my mother was a Canadian immigrant, she made sure we knew we could be whatever we wanted to be. I was told I could do it, so I thought “I will Mama! I will!” 10

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This was just written in my diary when I was in about the 6th grade. By the time I got to be 14, I would go to the library and read theatre art magazines and told my mother that I had found a school in Minneapolis, McPhail School of Music & Drama, so I asked her if I could go up in the summer and take care of somebody’s children and take some lessons. My mother said, “of course you can.” So that’s how I started, I stayed with that family for my whole junior school year.


Q: In your earlier years, you were married to a man who was an alcoholic, what advice would you give to others who are faced with this situation? First of all, you have to figure out why you married him? I kept thinking to myself, why would I pick him? That’s an interesting thing, so I started seeing a shrink after asking myself that question, because what was that all about? What was it that attracted me to him? It was pretty complicated.

Q: What I love about you is that you are a very grounded person and you are so genuine. As I was reading throughout the whole book, you stayed that way, you didn’t let fame get to you, which really impressed me. I am quite a realist. I see reality all the time. Being in Hollywood, I was very watchful and would think “oh, not that, don’t do that.” I could see the lurking danger. Thank God I was married right from the get-go, because I got married when I was 21, so I had the protection of being married, even though it was a lot of work, I stayed married for almost 20 years.

Q: You raised a TV family & you raised two real life children. What was your hardest challenge of raising kids and being a mom yourself? At one point, it was earning a living because nobody had a job. I used to go on interviews and the interview people would say, “tell me about yourself.” I would start to cry. I would say “I’m getting a divorce!” and they’d say, “oh God, get her a cup of coffee.” I rented a room out in my house, in fact, one time I was so poor I was just trying to keep the house going. I found a piece of linoleum tile that was breaking in the kitchen. So I put it in the oven, heated it up, put some glue on the back of it and I repaired the kitchen floor. It was so wonderful.

Q: Were your kids very accepting and supportive of when your soul mate cAme into your life?

Happy Days Cast

Q: Tell me a little bit about your children. My daughter was a writer/producer on Friends and now, she is creating a new pilot. She is a writer/producer for ABC. My son is an actor and he is in a commercial that you’ve probably seen, I think it’s for Geico, George Washington being pulled across the freeway. My granddaughter is a beginner in acting, but she’s got all the looks and the lovely personality. We’ll have to see how much drive she has, because you have to be the engine and it has to come from you.

Q: How much fun was it on the show? I know when Happy Days started, working with Tom Bosley in the beginning was a little tough. Actually, we were like children at play. Jerry Paris, the director, was the biggest child of all. We were more grown up than Jerry. On top of that, Garry Marshall, created the softball team, so a lot of us were interested in softball. We went to Germany and played softball with the US Infantry, along the Russian boarder. Then when the show was totally over, after 11 seasons, the very next morning, we all got on a plane and flew to Okinawa and played softball with the US Marines. I have my own bat with my name on it, my own glove and my own uniform.

Q: Garry often asked you to calm down different cast members. What kind of advice would you give them? They would come to ask me for advice. Poor little Erin, I tried to advise her, but her parents hadn’t given her a good basis or a good background. So, you couldn’t be the parent that they were missing. She was missing that. When we had parties, her parents stayed forever and had a wonderful time. Ron’s father come to the party and then took Ron home right away.

Yes, absolutely because I was 60 years old, so they were all grown up and they liked him. Paul was a Christian Lebanese, born in this country, but his parents were from Lebanon. He was a fantastic cook. Everybody wanted to come here for his cooking! Paul was such a treat because he had been on Broadway and he was a great singer, handsome and strong.

Q: When you meet that Mr. Right, you just know, don’t you? Well, it took about 6 years. It wasn’t until he had an operation and needed to be looked after when I said, “move in here with me.” We were together, but he hadn’t moved in. He was a very independent man and he didn’t want to become Mr. Me.

Q: What is your greatest joy or satisfaction? Well I think there’s a lot of comfort in the fact that I haven’t screwed anything up, that I haven’t made a mess of all of this. I’m very glad of that. I’m pretty pleased of everything. Now I’m 89, which is amazing! I have told my agent, I am retired as far as I don’t want to work anymore because one of the last shows I did, I kept saying “what’s that line?”

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RE CIPE

SALMON TROUT

WITH SPIRALIZED ZUCCHINI, ASPARAGUS & TOMATO EN PAPILLOT

aking fish in parchment allows for the flavours to really concentrate. The steam helps to make a perfect sauce and the cleanup is minimal! I often make this when I need an easy dinner for 2 or 4. Serves: 2

Ingredients • 3/4 pound of skinless rainbow trout or salmon, one piece • 2 zucchinis, spiralized or 2 cups prespiralized zucchini • 1/2 of a fresh long red chilli, sliced in rounds • 6 campari tomatoes, each sliced into 3-4 rounds • 1/2 bunch of asparagus, ends removed and stalks cut in half. • 1 tsp sea salt, divided • Freshly ground black pepper to taste • 2-3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil • 1 tbsp aged balsamic vinegar

Directions S TEP 0 1 On the work surface, lay the sheet of parchment paper lengthwise. The piece of parchment should be about 4 times the length of the fish. S TEP 0 2 Using the lower half of the parchment paper, lay down the spiralized zucchini (this will be the “bed” for the fish). Tuck about half the tomatoes slices and half the red chili rounds in the zucchini noodles. Drizzle with 1 tbsp of the oil, about 1 tsp of the balsamic, sprinkle with salt and pepper. S TEP 0 3 Lay the fish fillet on top of the spiralized zucchini and tomato bed. S TEP 0 4 Drizzle a small amount of the oil on the fish and season with salt and pepper. S TEP 0 5 Distribute the remainder of tomatoes, red chili rounds and all the asparagus spears on top of the fish.

STEP 06 Drizzle the contents of the package with the remainder of the oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. STEP 07 Fold the upper half of the parchment paper over the vegetable/fish mound (you should leave enough space around the food to allow the air to expand and circulate). Starting from one corner, make a fold in the parchment, staple that fold together. Make very tight, closely overlapping little folds starting from one corner and work your way around, towards the opposite corner. Fold the last fold over itself and staple this fold to itself and then a few of the folds along the parchment paper. Place the package on a cookie sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes. STEP 08 Cut the package open and either slide the contents onto a plate or serve directly from the open parchment (you can cut away the top flap and staples). DeliciousDish Serving Suggestion: I like to serve this over a bed of brown rice, quinoa, or millet.

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RONCESVALLES REFUGEE RELIEF FUNDRAISER n April 12th, Roncesvalles Refugee Relief held a fundraiser at Gallery 345. RRR was completing the fundraising needed to sponsor a multi-generational Syrian family of 13. The event was titled Food Binds because in so many cultures, food is one way of bringing people together and celebrating friendship. Three Syrian women were in attendance and met with guests who enjoyed the delicious appetizers and desserts they had made. While RRR waits for their sponsored families to arrive, members have spent the past two years volunteering with Government Assisted Refugees. GARs do not have the support of sponsorship groups to assist them in resettling into their new homes in Toronto and RRR has tried to step in to fill some of the void. For more information, please visit roncyrefugeerelief.org/rrr-great-food-event.

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Dear The Wine Ladies,

ASK

My husband and I will be off later this month to South Carolina for a mini celebration of a friend’s graduation. As a lover of sweet wines, icewine seemed like a good choice. But then I learned there are also sparkling icewines. What are they like? Would this be an appropriate wine to bring? Are they served chilled, like a regular white wine? Are they served in white wine glasses? I’d like to tell them a little about what icewine is and how it’s made. If it’s not too complicated, can you share a few thoughts on that as well? - Diana

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Diana,

A sparkling icewine would be perfect for the occasion. Not only does it satisfy with respect to being a sweet wine, but also the added fanfare surrounding their opening, with the celebratory note of the bubbles will surely be a hit! We started producing icewines here in Ontario in 1984 and became recognized as a leading icewine producer on the global stage in 1991 when Inniskillin won the coveted Grand Prix d’Honneur at Bordeaix’s Vinexpo wine fair.

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are strict regulations that the wineries must adhere to. The grapes for example must not be picked until a minimum temperature of -8°C or lower is reached for a sustainable time period. The harvest usually takes place sometime between December and February, typically a stressful time for the winemaker awaiting the perfect condition to get into the vineyards and start picking. Between the time of the end of the growing season and the harvest, the magic takes shape. The grapes dehydrate, concentrating the juices and creating the complex characteristics that lend them the ability to produce the luscious, sweet yet beautiful balanced nectar of the Gods, icewine. Sparkling Vidal ice wines, the most common grape used for making icewines will offer up a delightful blend of tropical fruit flavours, oftentimes of apricot and peach, and with a touch of citrus. Although a superb dessert wine, sparkling icewines also marry well with a variety of appetizers. The delectable flavour is enhanced with a wonderful balance of sweetness and acidity, perfectly delivered to the palate with the effervescence of the lively bubbles. Serve in fluted glasses and well chilled as you would a sparkling wine or a champagne.

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41ST ANNUAL RACE ROSTER SPRING RUN OFF

BY ALAN BROOKES

crowd of 4,000 runners and walkers participated in the 8k, 5k and the Children’s Run in a chilly High Park, for the 41st edition of Toronto’s oldest road race. Parkdale-High Park’s MP Arif Virani, was on hand to start the races and joined in to run the 5k, an important fundraiser for the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the High Park Nature Centre. It was also a great day for the community as well as the sport. The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation took home a cheque for $42,000, taking their 10-year total raised at the run to over $3 million. The High Park Nature Centre hosted their best-ever pancake breakfast, taking in more than $3,000, that will go to support this year’s Family Nature Walks program in the park. The next Canada Running Series event in Toronto, will be the Toronto Waterfront 10k on Saturday, June 16th. See RunCRS.ca for details.

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ANIME AT THE REVUE! AKIRA (1988) (14A) ADMISSION $14/$10

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DOORS OPEN TORONTO FREE PUBLIC PROGRAMMING ALL AFTERNOON! SEE REVUECINEMA.CA FOR MORE DETAILS!

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KIDS ACTIVIST CAMP AT RENNIE PARK BY SCOUT COLLINS

ids are invited to learn about global education, while building teamwork skills and meeting other likeminded youth. The camp is a positive space to build on strengths and talents and encourages children to become more grateful and caring. Hosting at Rennie Park gets kids active and outdoors. Kids get to make new friends and learn about world issues and how to take a stand. The goal is to educate, provide a creative atmosphere and teach kids about activism!

towards education in India and Peru. A cornerstone of Shukrana is its emphasis on getting kids involved. So far kids have fundraised over $1,300 for education, in addition to other activities. The camp is free, but donations are encouraged as 100% of the funds will go to helping kids in India, go to school. Sign up at the Shukrana Foundation website, shukrana.org/sign-up. The camp is set for Friday, June 29th, from 12:30-6pm on the field area of Rennie Park. Learn more at shukrana.org/kids-camp.

The camp offers activities like team games, sports, arts like acting, movie-making, drawing, and music, reading, discussions, crafts and more. Each child will get individualized attention and a chance for their strengths to shine. Educating kids about what’s going on in the world and what they can do to help early on creates educated, compassionate citizens later on.

THE KIDS ACTIVIST CAMP IS A FUN AND WORTHWHILE WAY FOR YOUR 5-13 YEAR OLD(S) TO SPEND THE LAST PA DAY OF THE YEAR! This camp is in partnership with the Shukrana Foundation, a registered Canadian family-run charity, founded in Oakville. Since their founding in 2014, they have used over $115,000

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HUGH’S ROOM LIVE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY n April 28, a sold-out crowd attended One Year In - Hugh’s Room Live Celebration Salon. A fabulous evening of talented singers, musicians and the spoken word. Fittingly Holmes Hooke, who did the talent booking for the first 12 years at Hugh’s Room, hosted the evening. At intermission, the enthusiastic crowd was served celebratory cake! Brian Iler, Chair of our Board said, “Oneyear in. It’s a lot to celebrate. Starting with the immense support we’ve received from the hundreds of musicians, who have enriched our lives with their talent. We also celebrate the wonderful team who book and promote our concerts, our staff who do such a great job welcoming and nourishing us and the host of dedicated and devoted volunteers on our board of directors and committees. Most importantly, we would not be here without the support of our community, those who, in the very early days, chose to donate the money we needed to open and those who choose to spend their evenings with us.” PERFORMANCES INCLUDED French Squeeze - Marjorie Maltais & Jacque Arsenault with special guest Sarah Hagen Mezzo-soprano Maltais joined forces with Acadian tenor Arsenault for an appetizer size offering of their French repertoire, with Arsenault on accordion and virtuoso piano guest accompanist from BC, Sarah Hagen.

Jack de Keyzer Blistering guitar attack took a back seat to a rare acoustic session with the JUNO Award winning journeyman, known for his seamless sets of original and classic blues. David Woodhead The ultimate utility player on any stage, David’s Confabulation project has highlighted his creative agility as a bass player or multi-instrumentalist. One of the most frequent visitors to the HRL stage, David’s roots range all the way back to the legendary Perth County Conspiracy. Kellylee Evans & Drew Gonzalves Hot off his JUNO win with Kobo Town (Where the Galleons Sank - World Music), former Ottawa resident, Drew Gonsalves backed up old friend and collaborator Kellylee Evans, in an unprecedented public appearance. Internationally acclaimed Kellylee continues her return to form with her soulful jazz blues passion. Sheila Carabine Indie folk singer/songwriter and one half of the CFMA winning duo Dala, split off for a romp through her original material digging into her Irish roots, as well as her gentle look at “love and loss.” Jaron Freeman-Fox Inheriting the mantle and fiddle of the late Oliver Schroer, Jaron shed his “Opposite of Everything” crew, for a solo set of his soaring loop layered exploration of musical parts unknown. Joe Fiorito West End resident and former Toronto Star community columnist and author, shared a read from his just published City Poems book, a powerful, witty and oblique look at his hometown “The Art of The Street’s Voice.”

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John Lorinc Urban affairs commentator and journalist with a cutting eye to the corrupt or ethically challenged, John is one of the architects of the historical look back at the land surrounding Toronto City Hall a.k.a. “The Ward” (Queen to College, Yonge to University). He read from the second book on this favourite topic chronicling settlement and survival. Robert Priest Poet, children’s author and singer/ songwriter provided spoken word play for adults that the Toronto Star called “Passionate, cocky, alternately adoring and insulting.” Hugh’s Room Live Kitchen Band Freshly baked and direct from the second floor, Thomas McCallum and McKinley Leonard Scott cast off their “whites” and delivered the first ever presentation of our hidden staff talent. Mostly folk and as earnest and honest as the menu, they strived to serve, this finale closed the night with audience participation, no cutlery required.


EVENTS CALENDAR - FOR FULL CALENDAR & TICKET PURCHASE GO TO WWW.HUGHSROOMLIVE.COM

HIGHGATE ROAD CD RELEASE MAY 29 @ 8:30 PM

MARY GAUTHIER JUNE 6 @ 8:30 PM

CONNIE KALDOR

BYRDS, BYRDS, BYRDS

JUNE 1 @ 8:30 PM

JUNE 2 @ 8:30 PM

ALBERT LEE AND BAND

BRIAN GLADSTONE (CD RELEASE)

JUNE 8 @ 8:30 PM

JUNE 14 @ 8:30 PM

JORY NASH JUNE 16 @ 8:30 PM

WINTERGARTEN ORCHESTRA

THE BARRA MACNEILS

JUNE 22 @ 8:30 PM

JUNE 23 @ 8:30 PM

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Community Captured Roncy/Parkdale MAY 2018  

A Picture Book of Our Community and the People that Live Here

Community Captured Roncy/Parkdale MAY 2018  

A Picture Book of Our Community and the People that Live Here