WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 WHERE: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave (UofT St. George campus) TIME: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (doors open at 6:15 pm) COST: This event is free to attend, but please register to guarantee a seatCity council has voted to transform Old City Hall into a Toronto Museum and other uses. What kind of urban museum do we want? How should it be governed? And what are the curatorial and design opportunities?
When you get a message that says, “Do you want me to drop off chunks of the Honest Ed’s sign?” you never say no. For the last month, part of the Spacing magazine and store office has been occupied by large elements cut from the former Honest Ed’s sign (one of the three versions of the sign is going on the Ed Mirvish Theatre at some point,). We have no interest is selling it despite multiple offers. Instead, we feel most comfortable raffling off this bit of Toronto history.
In 1796, Chief Wabakinine of the Mississaugas was murdered by British soldiers roughly at the base of Parliament Street. You can learn this fact — as well as the important backstory for this event — from an innovative new smartphone app, Driftscape, which launched recently in Toronto. The story of Chief Wabakinine was written by members of First Story, a group dedicated to telling the indigenous history of Toronto.
@carasmusiak No doubt. I saw another with deep window slots cut into them. And I ask with all sincerity: do current protective structures allow for any escape? They all seem to be quite barricaded to keep stray vehicles from entering space.
I’m in Charleston SC and came across this good idea: a line of shipping containers to protect pedestrians from construction site. Wider right of way, easier to light, many decorative options to make it playful. https://t.co/UOIVKxHQnt
@GabrielEidelman@pjrplan@CheriseBurda Utility companies are not obliged to fix roads and sidewalks to their original condition. Some weird federal rule that overrides municipal bylaws. City fought this under Miller.
Re: asphalt... It's the cheapest option.
Any other reasons, @dylan_reid ?
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