When the Halloween mood strikes, anything is possible. On 25 October 2012, I wandered the residential streets of the Bloor West Villages in search of
Month: October 2012
Remember those hot days in August of 2012? Were you among those who spent one of those days of late summer at the CNE grounds?
Anyone who has seen any of my previous posts on graffiti art in Toronto, are aware that I am a great fan of these artists.
There is a proliferation of unsightly graffiti, as well as fantastic graffiti art on the buildings and alleys of my neighbourhood. Ignoring the
When I was a child, I feared that that when I became too old to go “Shelling Out,” as “Trick or Treating” was called in
This photo was taken on Sunday 21 October 2012 at the intersection of Queen and Yonge. The downtown Bay Store on the southwest corner is
While exploring the downtown streets of Toronto, I discovered a laneway on the east side of Huron Street, a short distance south of College Street.
The Macdonald’s that is located at the corner of Queen and Spadina is decorated for the autumn season. It is an excellent display and
The archaeological site at Bathurst and Adelaide Streets is gone.
The site of the archaeological dig, St. Mary’s Church in the background. The photo on the left was taken 12 October, and the one
This photo of Toronto, taken by a neighbour of mine in 1977, looks eastward. In the centre, at the very bottom of the picture, is