Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- So, the Star‘s Rosie DiManno says urban cyclists should be shot. (It was clearly meant as hyperbole, but even so, she wrote it.) Nice.
- How does a guy spend $2.7 million in cash and goods he stole from the LCBO? On strippers, of course.
- On a related note, here’s a weirdly captivating photo of a stripper on the floor of the Toronto Stock Exchange in the 1970s, when apparently you could get away with literally anything in the workplace as long as you wore a suit while you did it.
- Balconies on high-rise buildings are sometimes nothing more than junk-cluttered eyesores, but this design seems actually somewhat nice.
- The Real Jerk is open in its new location, and the interior looks fairly true to the spirit of the original.
- David Topping has figured out what the deal is with a weird, seemingly derelict building on Richmond Street West, near Bathurst Street.
- And Toronto Public Library has taken to advertising the fact that it offers free e-books and digital magazines, because, according to a survey, only 48 per cent of library users are aware of that.