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Harbord Street

First Impressions

There are so many restaurants on Harbord Street. After writing this blog it dawned on me how many restaurants were located in such a small vicinity. 525 more words


Harbord Fish & Chips

Sick and tired of -40 degree windchills, frozen water pipes, drafty window cracks, three pairs of socks, icy walkways, and snowfall after snowfall after snowfall, I decided to remember something called  145 more words

642 Things To Draw

Lookin' Good Girl - Pat that weave girl: Toronto's own Palm Sunday hair salon & gift shop

Palm Sunday (384 Harbord Street, Toronto) seems more like the Internet come to life and I mean that in the best way possible. Unlike any other salon and gift shop I have ever walked into, you are greeted with beautiful white washed walls with vibrant pops of neon everywhere. 1,025 more words


Protected Bike Lanes

There’s been a lot of talk in the Toronto cycling community about the city’s plans for separated bidirectional bike lanes on Harbord Street. The idea is to build a single, protected lane for cyclists travelling both east and west, extending all the way from Ossington to Queen’s Park. 240 more words

Fish and Chips Massacre

On days, one craves certain foods. Like chocolate croissants? Or pickled olives? Perhaps a nice, juicy steak? On most days, my cravings come in the form of Fish & Chips. 257 more words


Mimosas, Mini Morsels, Moroccan Mint & More - Afternoon Tea at Dessert Trends & Bistro, Part I!

A Part I photo spotlight on one of the best ways to spend an afternoon, with food and friends.

Coffee Tea Or Me

Even the children know that Wu-Tang is for the children.

Shot near my house on Harbord Street, Toronto.