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I just watched a raccoon, backlit by an orangish sundown sky, pull itself out of my neighbour's chimney.
Falling forward sort of describes the mayor's whole M.O., really.
The last time the newsroom was so collectively riveted by anything was the day the hawk disembowelled a pigeon in the parking lot.
An ode to The Galleria, the most ramshackle, fly-by-night mall in west-end Toronto, and a true joy. http://www.thestar.com/life/2014/04/04/torontos_galleria_mall_unglamorous_but_independent.html …
Oh, oh my god, this winter. LET THE BERRIES APPEAR ON THE SHRUBS AND THE FRUIT DANGLE UPON THE TREES AND THE MELONS OFFER UP SUMMER JUICES
Area Woman Finds Banging, Affordable Sunglasses at Winners; Not Too Proud To Admit It
The sound of a dog licking a couch or blanket or pillow for several very focussed minutes can lead to madness.
Obsessed. Wish I'd written this. Sartre, bodily decay, pee phobia -- the private lives of public bathrooms. http://m.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/04/the-private-lives-of-public-bathrooms/360497/ … @dakglobe
That mall will always have a special place in my heart since the drugstore there not only welcomed my dog, they gave her Social Tea cookies.
One day I'm going to smell sunblock on hot skin again
David Remnick on the slow suffocation of free media in Russia http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2014/03/vladimir-putin-press-censorship-galina-timchenko.html?currentPage=all&mobify=0 …
I'm sitting & reading a magazine outside and nearly crying from pleasure.
Spotted: High Park hot pants. Bare legs. HOT PANTS.
Dear god. Nostalgia for the Soviet dining experience has led to a newly opened USSR-style canteen in Moscow #mayo http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/02/20/mayo_drenched_heroic_soviet_cuisine_art_of_soviet_cooking …
This piece on Gordon Lish's writing workshop is pretty juicy. Writing to seduce: don't we all do it? http://m.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2014/02/seduce-the-whole-world-gordon-lishs-workshop.html …