On any Toronto neighbourhood stroll, you will encounter free curbside offerings. This city’s citizens won’t throw away anything they think might be useful to someone else. Furniture, housewares, and reading material are there for the taking. Along with some some other stuff.
The Battle of Berlin ended 70 years ago this week. Here is how I imagine today’s Toronto press (The Toronto Star, Spacing and Toronto Life) would cover the events. (Click to view large)
Monday, October 26, is municipal election day in Toronto. Don’t forget to vote. What better way to start the week than wiping the smile of an incumbent’s face?
I didn’t know Humber Bay Park existed until last Sunday, when my wife turned right off of Lakeshore Boulevard in a desperate attempt to double down on snow and sun before a forecasted warm front arrived. We weren’t alone in our desire to enjoy the blue sky and crisp air. (view large)
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