In our little Yorkshire village, the sense of community pride is such that every garden is filled with flowers and manicured to within an inch of its life, the lanes are spotless, […]
What are they thinking, those litterbugs, when they drop their rubbish in the park or at the side of the road or in the river? Obviously, they aren’t thinking at all, so […]
All the plastic bags, bottles and rubbish we casually throw in the gutter end up our streams, rivers, lakes and oceans. We have to take personal responsibility for our litter, or we […]
This week, in Biblical* terms, I’ve reached seven years beyond my allotted span and yet I’m still going strong, creative writing juices flowing, new ideas bursting forth.
The recent murderous rampage along Toronto’s Danforth Avenue, in the heart of Greektown, was a tragedy, but does it have anything to do with gun control or terrorism?
The Davenport Triangle where we live is under attack. Several proposed developments will change this unique neighbourhood forever. Just when we thought we were making some headway, a homeless shelter was dumped […]
“A great neighbourhood isn’t only quantified by its amenities and walk score. More notably, it is defined by the people who choose to exist there, and the crowd at Avenue and Davenport […]
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men (and women) to do nothing.”
Developers have arrived in our sleepy low-rise neighbourhood and it will never be the same again.
Have kitchens become too sterile and taken out all the joy of cooking?