Winston could have continued the star bound journey of being a reggae celebrity after he won the Ontario star search in 1985, performed at the Bamboo, Lee’s palace, El Mocambo, The Copa, toured U.S., had two Juno nominated albums, and the Canadian Reggae Music Awards under his belt. But he chose to open Ellington’s for a more stable life with his family, and give back to the community that offered him opportunities that he had never imagined while growing up in Jamaica.
A little context for the condo boom in Toronto. An Award-winning interactive documentary covering 2500 years of living vertically. Watch online free courtesy NFB Canada.
The Boneshaker Reading Series hosted by Lillian Necakov is a monthly event that takes place at the St. Clair/Silverthorn branch of the Toronto Public Library.