Monthly Archives: September 2009

Real Estate: Downsizing with Style and Grace: Part Two

Thanks for the great response and ideas from the first post on Downsizing…before I add some more thoughts, let’s talk about some of the issues generated after Post One: There seems to be a universal response to the negative naming of the difficult process: Downsizing. However, I remembered with some friendly prodding that Barry Lebow,

Toronto: Saturday Night on St. Clair Avenue West

Last Saturday night we dropped in on the new location of one of our favorite Italian restaurants: Acquolina Ristorante. They moved to 760 St. Clair Avenue West recently from their original on Mt. Pleasant Road. As usual, the food and service were great however… It has been a while since I drove the length of

Some Video of the Cabbagetown Festival 2009….Why people love Cabbagetown!

Every year, the weekend after Labour Day in Toronto, Ontario, the residents of Cabbagetown get together and celebrate the neighborhood. It starts early in the morning with Blair’s Run in support of the Cabbagetown Youth Centre, a Parade and then the Cabbagetown Arts and Crafts Show in Riverdale Park! There is great eats at the

Toronto Real Estate Board Launches Housing Market Stats

Great News! The Toronto Real Estate Board is providing us with housing market information in graph format that will help you be up-to-date about what is really happening in the Toronto Real Estate Market. Let me know what you think, or if you need more clarification and know that I will be updating these graphs on

Downtown Toronto: The Difference Between Cyclists and Bicycle Couriers…

Over the past few days there has been lots of sadness and anger from the Car and Bicycle community over Monday night’s altercation that ended in the death of a bicycle courier. It is hard to forget the personalities involved, who they were, what they did and what would have lead to this horrible result.