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Extra, Extra: Infiltrated Offices, Abandoned Diets, and Endangered Newspapers

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Some people saw beautiful spaces, like this lovely piece of Osgoode Hall, during Doors Open. The Star took a different tack. Photo by {a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/lewolf011/7281158432/"}Jackman Chiu{/a}, from the {a href="http://www.flickr.com/groups/torontoist/pool/"}Torontoist Flickr Pool{/a}.

  • In case you missed it this morning: The Toronto Star hasn’t been permitted inside the mayor’s office ever since Rob Ford managed to get his name on the door. But this past weekend, a lone Star reporter ventured into enemy territory, binoculars in hand. How did she breach the mayor’s impenetrable defence perimeter? The same way everyone else did: Doors Open.
  • Speaking of Mayor Rob Ford, he may be abandoning his public diet, but his brother is vowing to persevere.
  • And today in evidence that whenever the world as we know it comes to an end, no print journalists will be there to write about it: Postmedia just announced that it will be eliminating Sunday editions of its newspapers in three cities, accelerating plans to build online paywalls, and cutting jobs.

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