Possibly the Best $2.50 You’ll Ever Spend. Or so the greeter told us.
Read on to find out if it’s true…
This past weekend we unexpectedly took the kids to the TIFF Bell Lightbox for the tiff.kids International Film Festival, thanks to Hazel winning a contest in The Little Paper. In addition to seeing a movie, we also visited the companion exhibition digiPLAYSPACE – an interactive environment ‘where kids can immerse themselves in digital adventures’, as the programme ambitiously proclaims. Continue reading →
For various reasons, it has been years since I last visited the Art Gallery of Ontario or the Royal Ontario Museum. My previous visits had been before the latest changes, although I followed both renewal projects in the media with interest. Continue reading →
With the tragic news of the passing of the revered, brilliant and passionate Steve Jobs I find myself reflecting on the influence of Apple on those like myself who are involved in architecture and the arts. Continue reading →