BrownTOpia: Leaf Blower Hockey hits Scadding Park

While I’m very happy about yesterday’s GreenTOpia launch and the upcoming Building Sustainability series, I’m... Read More

Rethinking Redevelopment at Regent Park Film Fest

Though there’s urban development panels aplenty in Toronto, few of them have taken place in the neighbourhood that’s... Read More

Head-chopping city-fed headlines

While the graphic Spacing editor Dale Duncan posted yesterday of Hazel McCallion wrestling Jim Flaherty definitely made me smile, the... Read More

Alsop: “Toronto needs an affordable housing policy”

The Star reports today that a deal has been reached on the development disputes in the Queen West triangle (some other concerns, such... Read More

“Honest” Ed: Retailer, Placemaker, Dadaist?

Okay, so there’s been immense coverage this past week about Ed Mirvish and his varied impacts on our city. But what are his... Read More

Sexual Innuendo + Anti-Speed Racing Ads = Safer Pedestrians?

Just came across an interesting approach to reducing speed racing — and making streets safer for pedestrians — from the... Read More

Should museums be public spaces, the sequel.

Following plenty of blog chatter last week around the demise of “Five Dollar Fridays” at the ROM (and accompanied by traumatic... Read More

Should museums be public spaces?

This Sunday marks the last day for Torontonians to preview empty galleries at the ROM Crystal. And today (Friday) is the only day of... Read More

Book Design City Toronto

It’s smoggy. You maybe want to percolate your body in the outdoors, with lemonade and asthma inhalers and beer. Or you maybe... Read More

Why “Toronto: You Belong Here” Belongs Here, Pt. II

Back in January, a million miles removed from this sticky-tropical Toronto day, I posted about how much I liked the slogan... Read More