This little fellow had a reunion party on 27th Street yesterday afternoon. Stories of his running on Cabbagetown Victorian rooftops, going to the Hardware Store, hanging out in the middle of the road, going into neighbours houses, he’s not a cat, he’s a dog, he’s… Read More
The 27th Street Podcast: Episode 2 is now available. Today’s guest is gardener extraordinaire Jennifer Arnott, talking heirloom tomatoes and unique perennials. Here’s Jennifer with a selection of heirloom tomatoes she brought over for Tuffy P and I. They are superfantastic! Show Notes Music –… Read More
I’ve been doing a lot of reading on how to go about creating a podcast, and as well, some friends have let me know how they go about it. It turns out there isn’t one single simple technical solution, and different people try different approaches… Read More
Lots more mosaics at the Long Branch Mosaics site.
Here are the Gillette Brothers performing Cowboy Annie…
After surgery yesterday, Memphis has returned home. She can walk, but she does require an assist with a sling to easily get up at this point. In two weeks she will get her staples out, and she is on restricted activity for some time (just… Read More
Here’s a nice old video featuring Kentucky fiddler Marion Sumner accompanied by David Holt on guitar….
Perhaps you have read about it. the Vancouver Art Gallery has come into possession of 10 “new” works attributed to J.E.H. MacDonald, a member of Canada’s hallowed Group of Seven. Some doubts have been raised as to the authenticity of the paintings as reported by… Read More
Howard Hodgkin Looking for something to do this weekend – or next? Take a few hours and explore the Aga Khan Museum which includes this stunning show. 8 blistering works by Hodgkin +Visions Of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin “In Indian painting I… Read More