Event takes place in cities around the world though not all cities will participate on the 4th. After Sunday’s incredibly stupid “protest” it may be a good thing that Montreal […]
Turcot won’t be available for long. There are hardly any cities in the world capable of doing this project – who has that kind of land empty so close to […]
He walked through a long corridor with doors everywhere. Each one had a little bronze plaque on it. He read one and it said, “Decision 273G-7 was manifested here”. The […]
Gonna just take a moment here to pimp another blog that I have started called Edenborough. Not sure exactly where’s it’s going yet, probably never will, but I think it […]
Well, maybe just cool blogs actually. Here are some that I have come across recently that I would like to pass on. In The Rest Of The World is a […]
Vote for this blog or a blog of your liking at the Canadian Blog Awards. Walking Turcot Yards is nominated in the Best Blog and Best Photo/Art categories. Thanks!
Well, I am impressed! Never thought the little blog that could would ever get that far up in the ranking but here we sit today at 99, 303. Not too […]
Noticed someone has stenciled some fish heads on a cement block in this spot. And, thanks to Raincoaster for bringing this classic back to our attention, Fish Heads!
Seems that Montreal City Weblob has commented here that she blogged about my blogging after Fagstein blogged that I blogged about the chain of reactions to Fagstein writing an article […]
Of course anyone can do this. So Fagstein writes a newspaper review on Coolopolis who comments on it prompting Montreal City Weblog to notice that and suggest perhaps someone else […]
Sylvied over at Bagatelles honoured this blog with this award, so in true blogospheric spirit I will pass it on to five others who will surely luv me 4 evr […]
Interesting but sad story of The Gownaus Whale over at The Gowanus Lounge. Photo by Gowanus Lounge.