Memory and the Mind, Why is it hard sometimes to remember??

Memory loss due to organic or psychological causes is a key concern for many adults and children. Dyslexia, Alzheimer’s, simple aging, pregnancy, the menopause, medication and the environment are all factors, which can have an impact on our memories. It is very frustrating to be standing in a room wondering what you came in there for or to go back into a room and realise you’ve left the tap running or worse still, the cooker on. Children are frequently told ‘just concentrate’......
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Vintage grey wool and fox fur coat, 1960's.

Vintage 1960s Coat . Gray Wool . Fox Fur . Pockets . L . 2644

Paper evening gown made by Toronto fashion designer Ruth Dukas in 1967.

Paper evening gown made by Toronto fashion designer Ruth Dukas (born in 1967 for a gala event in support of the National Ballet of Canada

Bournemouth - Centre of Health and Pleasure

Italian Riviera Travel Poster Bournemouth, Southern England Travel Poster by London Midland and Scottish Railways

This week, we’re taking Uniform Project off the streets and into the halls of Branksome, where four private-school girls show us how they wear their daily plaids. For more read:

Banksome Hall School, Toronto - Hunting Stuart tartan for all students except prefects who wear Royal Stuart.

Here in Toronto, we're known for our streetcars. This one's an older shot via Streetcar History TTC.

Maple Leaf Gardens with the Odeon Theatre in the background, 1970

Nowadays it's full of fashion boutiques and condos, but Yorkville in the '60s was full of folkies and cafes. The people living there didn't like how they were taking over the neighbourhood. Some of the greatest Canadian singer/songwriters got their starts their, from Neil Young to Joni Mitchell.     This is Yorkville circa 1968, via Vintage Toronto on Facebook.

Yorkville neighbourhood in Toronto, circa with what appears to be one of the very first Mr. Submarine shops in the city.