at a recent lunch with an old friend at 7 West, in TorontoContinue Reading →
Look at this neat view of Toronto I got as my plane landed at Billy Bishop airport the other day:
And then the wind from the plane landing blew so hard, the buildings swayed in the gust:
or, “it’s fun when my iphone camera makes art by accident”
Toronto felt so foreign when I lived here, but when I visit it feels pleasantly routine and familiar.
Montreal, once a relief to come home to, feels strange and surprising every day that I live there.
Lots of places are like home, but no place really is.Continue Reading →
I’d like to say thanks to the students and teachers at Sandalwood Heights Secondary school in Brampton, ON who gave b-girl Skribbs & I such a warm welcome yesterday, and asked so many great questions.
And then this morning we had a marvelous time at the Sanderson branch of the Toronto Public Library. Thanks to [...]Continue Reading →
I am, at this very moment, on a train to Toronto for a week of presentations with b-girl Skribbs.
I’m running The Big Presentation– 2 readings, a high-speed history of b-girling, a Q&A period and a b-girl demo by Skribbs, all in complete A/V technicolour. Unsuspecting students at some schools will also be ambushed with [...]Continue Reading →
Toronto, Ferry Docks underground streetcar stopContinue Reading →
Overhead last night, on my friend’s street, after all the little trick-or-treaters headed home for bed, leaving the streets to the overgrown, aren’t-you-a-little-old-for-this treaters:
“Yeah, well you look like a virgin in your costume.”Continue Reading →