Heritage Toronto by Rick Harris Who knew that even moving out from your place can look this photogenic? Superb composition, Rick!
Archives for April 2012
Music Instrument Store by John Martinez Pavliga There may be more performers in Los Angeles, more guitarists in New York, and more concerts in San Francisco, but the offer of music stores in Toronto indicates a fact that’s often ignored — that the city’s musical reputation can be compared with other popular destinations for musicians. […]
Is This the Right? Time by Alan Cleaver It took Canadians quite a long time to realize what has been clear to some for years: our debt-to-income ratio is at an alarming height. Despite some improvements over the last month, the household market credit debt, which includes mortgages, consumer credit, and loans, is still as […]
Moonlight by Diego Torres Silvestre Wonderful capture with almost a movie atmosphere! This could be used in the Twilight series, Diego!
Graffiti Alley by Missy S. Toronto is a very special city when it comes to graffiti and street art. The well developed graffiti scene has become a legend, and these days, it even has the power to draw tourists, who come only to explore the exciting graffiti on the walls of the city. Street art, […]
Toronto House by Michael Gil Toronto Real Estate Board has already released its latest statistics for March 2012, and the data were a welcome surprise. Once again Toronto real estate market showed some signs of strength. According to Greater Toronto REALTORS®, the number of sales increased to 9,690, which represents an increase of nearly eight […]