Every weekday’s end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Toronto has a lot of public art, and sure, not all of it is great. But it’s rare to see quite this much snark employed in discussing it. Sometimes a painted moose statue is just a painted moose statue. There’s no need to get all up in arms.
- And, for that matter, sometimes a suspected pipe bomb is just a geocache.
- Those lucky jerks at Harlequin Enterprises headquarters in Toronto get to spend all day staring at baby falcons (when they’re not staring at illustrations of rippling male abs).
- The Grid is turning one year old, so of course they made an infographic about it. Hoorah. Many returns of the day.
- And the Grid also has this neat interactive feature on Toronto’s most underrated and most overrated neighbourhoods, as suggested by readers. The field has been narrowed down to six candidates, and now the magazine is holding an online vote to determine the “winners.”