On loving Toronto — memories of the Annex and discovering Scarborough

EDITORS NOTE: We’re pleased to publish this meditation on being from Toronto by Christina Wong. Christina recently got her PhD... Read More

The most beautiful Dairy Queen in Toronto?

While exploring the neighbourhoods along Broadview north of the Danforth last week, I stumbled upon what may be the most beautiful... Read More

Toronto’s Art Deco disrict? Take a walk along Eglinton Avenue West

On a recent walk along Eglinton just east of Bathurst, I noticed that several blocks are lined with beautiful Art Deco apartment... Read More

EVENT — The Andrew Project book launch Saturday Oct 23

You may recall seeing posters around town of a hand drawn gentleman with the name “Andrew” underneath a few years ago. I... Read More

Event: City of the Mind — a musical journey through the beauty and madness of cities Oct 29 & 30

WHAT: Music & readings inspired by the city WHO: The Talisker Players WHEN: Tuesday, October 29 & Wednesday, October 30... Read More

Is this the oldest catch basin grate in the city?

Down at Fort York, amongst the War of 1812 buildings and the construction site of the new visitors centre, lies a grate for a catch... Read More

SPACING FILMS: The Honest Ed’s bench in the Annex

Each week, we present Spacing Films — short docs based on articles that have previously appeared in Spacing magazine. The first four... Read More

EVENT: Listen to Toronto at Labspace Studio’s “The Noise Project”

WHAT: The Noise Project by Labspace Studio WHERE: 99 Gallery (99 Sudbury Street, in the West Queen West Triangle) WHEN: Friday, July... Read More

Amazing drawings from 1949 of TTC subway construction

While plowing through thousands of images in the City of Toronto’s archive database I came across a series of illustrations... Read More