All Fired Up Heartplate Summer has already begun and I can see the spreading jealousy over our kid’s endless free time, especially when we have our agendas full of appointments and conference calls. There’s so much going on over the summer — day camps, workshops, festivals, and of course hours and hours to spend on […]
Archives for June 2012
Bike rack by orijinal According to The Toronto Sun, it has been suggested that a bike station be constructed at Nathan Phillip’s Square. The station would cost $1.2 million to build and include 380 bike spots as well as showers for cyclists. Unsurprisingly, Councillor Doug Ford is heavily opposing the idea. When offered the suggestion, […]
The Bone House Torontonians love their pets! That’s why the majority of neighbourhoods in the city have a place where your furry friend comes first. There’s an extensive offer of specialty boutiques dedicated to pampering your darling to the utmost as well. And for doggie special occasions, make sure to check out dog bakeries and […]
Stars live by Wikimedia Commons After introducing the shiniest stars of Toronto music heaven (Broken Social Scene, Metric, and Crystal Castles) some time ago, we decided to follow up and present more bands that deserve your attention. Since we’re an artsy city full of amazing talent, it might really be worth checking them out and […]
Victoria College by Kanwar Sandhu The students of the University of Toronto get to walk this lovely stairs. Great composition, Kanwar!
Skateboarding by Alex T. Skateboarding has deep roots in Toronto. For decades, young people with hip caps have been hitting the streets with their decks and have helped to create one amazingly unique aspect of urban culture. As some of the skateboarding pioneers become middle-aged and raise a new generation of skaters, skateboarding seems to […]