Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Toronto Raptors street art by Ossington Subway Station laneway

Outdoor basketball court by Parkway Forest Community Centre, near Don Mills Subway Station

Really nice court behind the community centre at 55 Forest Manor Drive in Toronto. Since condos have been built up in the area, they are required to donate money to efforts in the community such as creating these types of courts which benefit the community.


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017


It's an automated call with a recording stating you won something from Air Canada, something to the effect of $900. If you call back the number it will state that the number is out of service.

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Wind River is a meditation on compasssion

The 2017 film Wind River is a meditation on compassion. You get to sense empathy for parents losing their child, a woman losing life, and generational suffering of Native Americans which leads to a stuck feeling which permeates deep into their subconscious minds. The film touches on the them of suffering and its sibling that is compassion. Suffering begets compassion and right until the end of the film it's clear that suffering begets compassion and oddly there is healing and grace which ultimate flower out of that pain.

Monday, July 10, 2017

The Steady coffee shop open for espresso, vegan donuts, etc

This is a good option to get coffee during the day in this area between Dovercourt and Dufferin along Bloor. Other local places can get busy like The Common and Field Trip cafe, so this is a new option for folks in need of espresso. Aside from these places you also have Tim Hortons at Gladstone and Bloor, as well as Nova Era at Dovercourt and Bloor. The recently shut down Courense Bakery is likely going to find another location in the area, but nothing is confirmed at the moment.

The picture of the espresso and vegan donut in the picture costs a total of six dollars at The Steady.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tutti Pizza Toronto, pizza square, Yorkville

This is a tasty square (2 small triangles), which is sort of a margherita style pizza with a cherry tomato topping as well.
But most of the time while eating it I'm thinking why I it costs $8.75. Thought the nice girl at the counter accidentally double-charged me.