Toronto Life has a round-up of the top 20 sandwiches in Toronto. I have some exploring to do. :) Three sammies that immediately caught my eye: fried chicken sandwich at Barque pulled pork at at the Hogtown Cure grilled cheese with meat loaf, mac-and-cheese and bacon at Uncle Betty’s Drool. :)
Toronto Star public editor Kathy English has thrown quite the hissy fit over her paper’s story about Mayor Rob Ford being caught exiting a KFC outlet with the dirty bird in hand. Before I go much further, you can see the video and read the April 18 story: Laughing woman stands by Rob Ford KFC [...]
I’ve always thought The Globe and Mail created some fine infographics, but I couldn’t find them on the Web. Not a problem any more.
Google Maps-meister Patrick Cain of Global News came up with a(nother) good idea, executed with his colleague Leslie Young.
The Globe and Mail had a good print edition story on the working poor in Toronto and bolstered it online with an interactive map.
I shot a whole whack of photos at the Kensington Market Solstice parade on Wednesday, Dec. 21. Here’s a sample — and here’s video of the lighting of the fire sculpture: Red Pepper Spectacle Arts organizes this annual shindig. Donate to them, if you get the chance. This is a very grassroots event and deserves [...]
Your comprehensive guide from ctvtoronto.ca to what’s happening, or not, happening in Toronto over the Christmas break.
Kathy English, the public editor of the Toronto Star, issued this tweet Tuesday night: Did Rob Ford aide lie to me in seeking correction about Ford’s university record? Was I had? What is truth here?http://tinyurl.com/33onwa8
On Wednesday night, I tweeted the following: Beautiful, fluffy snow falling at Bloor/Bathurst. Had I been feeling more literary, I might have written, “Beautiful, fluffy snow softly parachuting down at Bloor/Bathurst.” In any event, snowfalls such as that make me think of My Favourite Things, made famous by Julie Andrews but also recorded by artists [...]
I both hate and fear heights, but I found this to be as fascinating as it was stomach-churning. Seen via @csaila on Facebook: