The Toronto Blue Jays are trying to win game 5 in some sort of semi-final thing. I’ve got a new Jays t-shirt from Urban Behavior and I’m ready to take up a seat at the Wheat Sheaf this afternoon.
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)
Camping, Caribana, Concert? Whatever you’re doing this long weekend, plan your route and pack sensibly. When I’m deciding what to bring, I always try to picture that bourgeois family in every World War 2 movie .
Humber Arboretum is a surprise. Nestled along the Humber River near Finch Avenue and Highway 427, the park features ornamental gardens, walking trails and a bird-watching meadow. Among the birds you may see is a handsome rooster, wandering through the underbrush. According to a bird-feeding man we talked to, the rooster has been living in the wild for four years.
When the rooster emerged to take his share of some bread crumbs, he was protective of the food. Each time a small hedgehog tried to get near the bread crumbs, it was chased back into the thicket by the rooster. The starlings and sparrows, being the perfect city birds they are, did not get involved.
The arrival of a couple of loaner pandas from China has caused some consternation in the Toronto Zoo‘s North American Animals enclosure.
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