SAIGON: Coffee on demand

EDITOR’S NOTE: Spacing contributing editor Christopher DeWolf is now based in Hong Kong and will make occasional posts about his... Read More

Eating in Toronto 1830-1955 exhibit at Reference Library

Stuffed from the holidays? Never want to eat chocolate and brie again? Got the “muffin-top begone” mentality? Great! Then... Read More

CANstructing for a good cause

Teams of Toronto university students joined professional architecture, engineering, and design firms on Tuesday night at the annual... 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

Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this (food) wall!

Street food is in the news again, and it’s annoying. It’s annoying because it has been so bungled up and delayed that it... Read More

Fruit in the City

In this week’s Eye Weekly, I wrote about a new organization starting this summer called Not Far From the Tree. The brainchild of... Read More

Weekend diversions

“Sidewalk Psychiatry” is a public-art sidewalk project that plays with the fact that people often think about personal... Read More

Tree Tuesday: Good & eco in the garden of pizza

Every Tuesday, Todd Irvine of LEAF posts a stop from the Toronto Tree Tours, a collaborative project of LEAF and the Toronto Public... Read More

Street food should be simple to prepare

It’s not often I find myself in complete agreement with Denzil Minnan-Wong, but the way city council has managed to... Read More

Feeding Toronto with less gas

Cross-posted from Eye Daily. When it comes to tackling smog and climate change, getting cars off the street, planting more trees and... Read More