Might as well, storm blowing out there…
That would be Seattle’s Freeway Park. What originally may have seemed a triumphant merger of Modernism and the then nascent Urban Ecology movement has proven itself to be an ideal […]
INVITATION – PRESS CONFERENCE PRESS CONFERENCE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2010 AT 1:30 PM Les Amis de Meadowbrook invites you to a press conference to reveal its Action Plan to prevent […]
Milton-Parc residents try to save park on vacant lot. This quote I like. “”We are asking the city to buy it back or even expropriate it,” Nawrocki said. “Cities expropriate […]
Both the borough of Verdun and Montreal City Hall have been tossing the ball back and forth on this issue because neither one wishes to take full responsibility for the […]
September 18th is Park(ing) Day NYC where 55 parking spaces across the city will be transformed into mini parks. More here. I wonder how this would go over in Montreal?
or Place Émilie-Gamelin if you prefer. Roadsworth had a commission here on the theme of chess.
This is where it meets the Saint Lawrence on it’s way down from Cote Saint Luc through Turcot and across Cote Saint Paul and Verdun. Well, at least it did […]
Unusual shelter in a dog run in Arthur Therrien Park in Verdun. A bus used to go through there to service a nearby school.
Saturday afternoon at 4 pm at Saint Ann’s park in Griffintown. The Mass In The Park. Griffintown mass for St. Ann to go on despite pastor’s death. Factotum was there […]
Have to admit to having a weakness for abandoned amusement parks. There is just something so profoundly surreal about them and the eerie feeling that you have been there! Spreepark […]
Pruned posted this article about clashing attitudes amongst runners, bikers, and dog walkers in New York’s Central Park. Here we have the Lachine Canal which can get pretty packed at […]
Guess it is actually Lachine now since the mergers, since the not so SuperCity was introduced. On this side of the park complex is a football/soccer field. The other side […]
Perhaps my favorite little green space in the whole city. It’s such a great concept. Slightly obscured view of Five Roses sign. This is part of the magic of Griffintown […]
Article in today’s gazette about a public hearing last night on plans to maintain Mount Royal as an all natural park. Some are dissatisfied with the city for not creating […]