By Leah Sandals
Festivals: The crack cocaine of culture?
Okay, okay, okay. I thought I was done with talking about Luminato. And I was, I really was, I swear. I even moved on to doing other... Read More
When Arts + Statistics = Gong Show
It’s June 16. After more than ten days of intense media coverage from all the major print, web, and broadcast media, Luminato... Read More
Unsung City Beautifiers: Fruit & Flower Shops
As Pug Award fever reaches its apex tomorrow night, I thought it might be time to shine a light on smaller-scale design issues. The... Read More
Review: The daily blog of The Next American City
Last night marked the launch of Spacing’s Spring ’08 print edition, which is chock-full of good stuff. But sometimes we... Read More
Toronto: A City Becoming… er, Way too Insular
So it’s a bit late for this, but I wanted to share a few thoughts from the Toronto: A City Becoming launch that happened on... Read More
Public Museums Followup: Overcharging online too?
Following up on developments (and/or degenerations) in access to Canada’s public museums, I was struck by net-law expert Michael... Read More
“Le Toronto artistique”: hors de prix?
Today in the Toronto Star’s op-ed section, Martin Knelman argues that Toronto is finally getting the funds it needs to compete... Read More
ROM tries to move hot dog vendors “blocking Crystal view”
I just returned from a museums conference in Ottawa and was just sorting through my notes to post soon on a few of the surprisingly... Read More
A monument for â€œThe Campaign Against Terrorâ€?
There was a lot of press on memorials and remembrance over this November 11 weekend — among it a mini-tour of unusual war... Read More