Wellington and Woodland in Verdun.
Can Karaoke Transform Public Space? by Rachel Smith Government agencies and marketing bureaus across the globe strive to find ways to get people into parks and using public spaces. Some […]
(I have had these images for a few years but have no notes beyond,”from psychonaaut page”, and can’t seem to find the source anymore.)
Just a tad late but this weekend he organized The Cans Festival in London. From Wiki, Banksy is a well-known pseudo-anonymous English graffiti artist. He is believed to be a […]
Dug up a few pictures from around Verdun. The jewelry store on the corner, Dube, was better known as Gaulins for about 40 or more years. Vacant lot is a […]
Fagstein has an article in Saturday’s gazette about Dream Listener. “A launch of an audiobook about the Dream Listener project take places Friday ( October 19th) at 6 p.m. at […]
Josh Freed writes in today’s Gazette about how the city has managed to inflict economic pain along Boulevard Saint Laurent, The Main, while promising that an endless construction project will […]
Gee, I no sooner post about highway overpasses collapsing that I get this news. Hopefully the two are unrelated, though it is very ironic that early reports suggest the problem […]