The T.T.C. is forgetting its history—in more ways than one.
The Varsity Chapbook was an elegant early step in Toronto’s literary development.
Taddle Creek’s most-rejected author can’t catch a break.
From cat pans to lingerie, Honest Ed’s offers the most artful bargain in town.
Terry Murray surfed webs both modern and old to tell the grotesque story of Toronto.
Imagination was the cornerstone of Beaver, a metropolis of skyscrapers, mad industrialists, and a game called “fraughpp.”
Remembering Toronto’s great urban thinker.
The lost chapter to Christmas Days.
The de-evolution of Toronto’s street signs attempts to showcase their magestic past, but instead displays an inspired future.
A local typographer has done his part to preserve one of Toronto’s small charms.
“Danger!,” screamed the school trustees, as they tore down the monkey bars.
A companion to the science fiction novel Everyone In Silico.
How John and Joanne Brook and their furniture store pulled Toronto into a new age.
How a landlord’s lack of vision led to the destruction of one of Toronto’s great architectural monuments.
Despite his passing, Uno Prii’s philosophy of city living lives on in the apartment houses he left behind.
Like most cities, Toronto embraced progress and the motor age. Unlike most, it had doubts.
Percy Faith smoothed out rock, jazzed the classics, and became one of the most important musicians Canada has produced.
You wouldn’t think an aging apartment house as a good place to put down roots. Think again.
An overdue memorial to the forgotten achievements of Toronto’s twentieth-century avenue of enterprise.
The real Taddle Creek—a brief history.