Custom bike painter Noah Rosen of Velocolour shows off the plaid fenders he made for Don Cherry's bike at Curbside Cycle
Picture yourself in plaid.
Custom bike painter Noah Rosen of Velocolour
has finished the plaid fenders for Don Cherry’s pink bike, and you can have your picture with the bike tomorrow at Curbside’s Bike Love Sale, 412 Bloor Street West. [Curbside Cycle]
Bikes on ice. Later on Saturday, head over to Dufferin Grove Park for Icycle 2011 bike races on the rink. [Duncan's City Ride]
Councillor Vaughan to hold meeting with West Annex community, Royal St. George’s on Wednesday, February 16th at 7:00PM. Meeting to decide various issues including how to route 500 construction vehicles through neighbourhood, interruptions of power and other essential service, immediate removal of portable. [Ward 20]
The Children’s Storefront reopens.
Destroyed by fire in October of 2009, the beloved drop-in centre for kids and parents has reopened at 286 Bloor Street West. [InsideToronto.com
A great brunch.
Eddie loves his meal at local fave By the Way Cafe. [T.O. Bites]
No more dorms.
U of T abandons residence in favour of luxury condos geared to wealthy and foreign students. [thestar.com]
In defence of graffiti.
Jake Tobin Garrett examines the mayor’s troublesome war on urban art. [deconstructed city]
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