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[30 Sep 2008 | Comments Off | ]
Emma TeRrA Labyrinth

Pedestrian Sundays Kensington Market
Earth! Global Harvest Traditions
Toronto Ontario Canada, Sunday September 28 2008
I love the Emma TeRa labyrinth at the intersection of Baldwin and Augusta. The square design and the beautiful straight lines makes me think of a traditional maze they used to build in Europe, with the high hedges.
The yellow and orange colours emphasize the design and make it look so pretty, The Egyptian-like hieroglyphics in the middle must have a mystical meaning, I think something to do with 2 different times coming together, as depicted by the egg …

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[25 Sep 2008 | Comments Off | ]
International Car-Free Day with Mr. Something Something’s bicycle powered sound system

From Mr Something Something

Photo: Miles Storey/Torontoist
We thought it would be appropriate to organize Canada’s first bicycle powered dance parties in conjunction with International Car Free Day.
On this day, the wonderfully creative folks from grassroots organization Streets Are For People encourage their fellow Torontonians to take over a parking spot (at $2/hour) and throw a “Parking Meter Party”.
So we set up our pedal powered sound system right on Queen Street in Toronto on September 21, and hopefully it gave people some ideas about what Toronto could become if the city finally came …

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[4 Sep 2008 | Comments Off | ]
The Daily Photoist: September 4, 2008 – The other scramble intersection by HiMY SYeD

Every weekday morning, bright and early, we feature a photo (or two) from a photographer in the Torontoist Flickr Pool. It’s our way of giving the many excellent photographers in our pool the attention they deserve.
The other scramble intersection — HiMY SYeD
BY HYFEN

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