The First Woman to Translate the ‘Odyssey’ Into English
First line: “Tell me about a complicated man.”
‘You can’t silence me’: Parking officer’s Twitter account suspended by Toronto Police
Terrible. The only police account I followed.
I Left Vancouver Because Vancouver Left Me
A Russian Facebook page organized a protest in Texas. A different Russian page launched the counter-protest.
On that day, protesters organized by the two groups showed up on Travis Street in downtown Houston, a scene that appeared on its face to be a protest and a counterprotest. Interactions between the two groups eventually escalated into confrontation and verbal attacks… Russians managed to pit Texans against each other for the bargain price of $200.
Inside the All-Consuming World of Paw Patrol
Trump and his allies are laying the groundwork for a Saturday Night Massacre
Robert Mueller’s Show of Strength: A Quick and Dirty Analysis
The Best TV Shows of 2017 (So Far)
Trump Campaign Adviser Met With Russian to Discuss ‘Dirt’ on Clinton
You’ve probably already heard about Manafort, but this could be an even bigger deal.
First charges filed in Mueller investigation
But sealed until Monday
Call it grody, call it grungy but The Green Room has been a back-alley oasis: Keenan
I have fond memories of this place
How to Read the JFK Assassination Files
Big document dump coming today!
A majority of Torontonians now identify themselves as visible minorities, census shows
Back to the future: Google’s vision for Toronto is straight out of the 19th century
Even if the negotiations fall apart thanks to Google’s demands or the city’s recalcitrance, there’s still good news: the most important parts of Sidewalk’s plans, the parts that would most determine whether the city’s eastern waterfront becomes a livable, green place that could accommodate Toronto’s burgeoning growth, don’t require Google’s impressive piles of money at all. The city could do it on its own — if it actually wants to.
There’s also this article from John Lorinc. The conclusion I’m coming to is that the plans aren’t bad – it’s Google’s involvement that makes them dodgy.
Robots in disguise
Some faves are problematic; others are merely embarrassing. 1986’s Transformers: The Movie may be both, but leans towards the latter.
Toronto’s ‘city of the future’ is being built next to a relic of our past
Hollywood studios join Disney to launch Movies Anywhere digital locker service
Sounds like a good service,
a good ten years too late
In search of the elusive Lawren Harris “Toronto House”
I had no idea Harris painted city life.
“I Hate Everyone in the White House!”: Trump Seethes as Advisers Fear the President Is “Unraveling”
Being happy is the most subversive thing a woman can be.