Toronto

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June 1, 2009 · Briefs

Bloggers invade the Spoke Club

Last week, a handful of local Toronto bloggers got together at the Spoke Club.

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May 25, 2009 · Writing

A weekend of gallivanting around Toronto: Doors Open 2009

It was that time of year again — buildings all over the city opened up to the public as part of Doors Open Toronto.

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May 23, 2009 · Writing

Toronto’s Tamils mourn at Queens Park

But do they need to hire a PR agency?

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May 20, 2009 · Briefs

Spacing’s Toronto the Good party, take five

Tonight was the fifth iteration of Spacing’s Toronto the Good Party. It celebrated a few things that are near and dear to my heart: Toronto, cycling, and architecture.

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April 9, 2009 · Writing

Scenes from Mesh09

Seeing as I’m too wiped to write anything coherent, I’ll just post photos.

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December 16, 2008 · Briefs

#hohoto

Toronto’s Twitter addicts emerged from the virtual woodwork for HoHoTo, a rapidly organized holiday party at the Mod Club.

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December 2, 2008 · Writing

Malcolm Gladwell packs Con Hall

Malcolm Gladwell was back in his old stomping grounds tonight to promote his third book, Outliers: The Story of Success.

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November 6, 2008 · Briefs

Angry students on the march

November 5th was the designated Day of Action for the Canadian Federation of Students’ Drop Fees campaign. Students from across the province gathered in dowtnwon Toronto protest the rising cost of higher education.

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November 5, 2008 · Briefs

Obamania in Toronto

Election Day in America means a night of anxious television watching for Canadians.

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November 4, 2008 · Writing

PZ Myers preaches to the choir

PZ Myers, a “godless liberal” and one of the Internet’s most popular bloggers was in Toronto on Halloween to talk about “Science Education: caught in the middle of the war between science and religion.”

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The other scramble intersection
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August 25, 2008 · Briefs

Underwhelmed at Buskerfest

Buskerfest is a relatively new festival in Toronto which brings street performers to the St. Lawrence market Maybe it was [...]

August 10, 2008 · Briefs

Wandering around east of downtown

After popping by the Flickr 888 event, we decided to wander around east of downtown. We headed east along King, [...]

August 9, 2008 · Briefs

Spot the oddity

Today, I randomly checked the weather of all the cities I follow on my iPhone. How can this be fair? [...]

August 2, 2008 · Briefs

Funk Festival at Nathan Phillips Square

Daryl Brown (biological son of James) and Fred Thomas (an original bassist) perform with the Soul Generals in the Luminato [...]

July 24, 2008 · Briefs

Maceo Parker

This shot was not supposed to be. When my gf and I entered the Docks, the security saw both of [...]

July 20, 2008 · Briefs

Al Green

(awful picture – I was just taking a test shot and was planning to shoot more during the encore but… [...]

June 26, 2008 · Briefs

Firefox 3 Launch party

To celebrate the launching of Firefox 3 and the related drive to break the record for most downloads, Mozilla Toronto [...]