The Long Lost Theatres of Cambridge.

It used to be an occasion to go to the theatre to watch a movie.  Couples got dressed up to attend.  Each theatre had uniformed ushers that would check your ticket, then lead you to your seating area.  The national anthem was played at the start of the evening's presentation. 

Marvin & Tammi at Expo ’67

Among the biggest names of the era were the soul music acts that performed, including Motown stars Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.  At one point before their evening stage performance, the couple were quietly escorted to a undisclosed location.  During a rainy afternoon at the fair, Marvin and Tammi were filmed together singing to their monster hit, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" while huddled together under one of the fair's modernistic telephone booths that featured a plastic umbrella above. 

Deluxe Restaurant, the time capsule of Dundas.

Always on the lookout for anything old an vintage, I looked up at the buildings along the main street and came to a screeching halt when I spotted the huge Deluxe Restaurant sign overlooking the front of this vintage diner.  The street view of the building was covered in green and black vitrolite, a popular glass-like tile material used in 1930's and 1940'