Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Daylight Saving Time beings on Sunday, at 2 a.m. (So, essentially Saturday night.) This is the one where you turn your clocks forward, not back.
- UrbanToronto has a closer look at plans to redevelop One Yonge Street, current site of the Toronto Star‘s building. (Almost anything would be better looking than the Toronto Star‘s building.)
- Why haven’t more restaurants figured out that a surefire way to get publicity is to name a menu item after Mayor Rob Ford? That’s what this Danforth pizza place did. You know what? We’d order ourselves a slice of Ford.
- Monkey’s Paw, an antiquarian book shop on Dundas Street West, has caught the eye of the New York Times. “May just be publishing’s great new hope,” says the paper’s T Magazine. Well, probably not, but okay. In any case, we saw it first.
- This may be of interest to only a few of you, but it seems as though the Ryerson Review of Journalism is no longer a biannual publication. Effective immediately, its publisher tells J-Source, the respected student journal will only come out once per year. And yup, the change is for exactly the depressing reason you probably already suspect.