This originally appeared on Toronto Life's website on April 15, 2014. We might not typically judge a candidate for public office based on his or her drink of choice, but considering how much we know about our current mayor’s drinking preferences—whether it be a few beers at a Leafs game, an early-morning bottle of brandy … Continue reading Semi-important question: what do 2014’s mayoral candidates like to drink?
This originally appeared on PostCity.com on October 24, 2013 Rob Ford has been the mayor of Toronto for close to three years now, and in that time he’s been lambasted, lampooned and ridiculed by the best of them. So if you’re looking to have a little fun at the mayor’s expense this Halloween, you’re going … Continue reading Five Rob Ford-inspired Halloween costumes that your hipster friends haven’t thought of yet
This originally appeared on the online version of Post City on October 9, 2013. Toronto is a vibrant, progressive city, and it’s changing every single day. New tourist attractions like the Ripley’s Aquarium are popping up. Bold, architecturally interesting developments like the Mirvish+Gehry towers are being proposed. And new, innovative urban solutions to the city’s … Continue reading Hey Toronto, what’s up with all the progress?
This was originally published on the online version of Post City on September 11, 2013. It's nearing that horrible time of year when I admit to myself that I am too wimpy to cycle and I hang up my bike in favour of a Metropass. Accordingly, it seems only fair that I issue advance notice … Continue reading Seven types of TTC commuters who suck
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post Canada on April 19, 2012. Wednesday morning, once again citing an obligation to attend his family's own annual gathering at his cottage in Muskoka, mayor Rob Ford stated he will not be attending Toronto's Pride Parade. While much has already been said this and last year about the mayor's … Continue reading It Would Be Weirder if Rob Ford Attended Pride