Every weekday’s end, Extra, Extra collects just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- The National Post‘s offices in Don Mills are an in-joke among Toronto media types. The building is notoriously far away from the core, and its architecture is pretty generic. Well, congratulations, Posties. Today, your parent company announced that it will be selling those old offices for $24 million, and using the proceeds to pay off the company’s debt. The plan, apparently, is for the paper to join the Globe and the Star downtown.
- Earlier today, we saw a bike in a place it should never have gone. Turns out similar things sometimes happen to cars.
- We already knew that all of Honest Ed’s in-store signs are hand-painted, but we didn’t know they were fine art.