Blackout of ’03, a delayed Y2K experience Around 4:15 Thursday afternoon in Toronto, the power abruptly went out. Okay, what did I do? I hadn’t turned on anything. The air con wasn’t running. Wasn’t me. Must be a local outage. Continue reading Blackout of ’03, a delayed Y2K experience in Toronto
Must report on Elicia’s delicious cheesecake, made for Jaclyn and family before she’s off to Texas and her Husband to be. Based on the happy sounds it may be addictive. Can I have some More, please?
Elicia and I celebrated our Sixth anniversary this weekend and went to Susur, which is the name of the Restaurant and the Master Chief. We had the tasting menu last year, but this year we went for the regular menu Continue reading Look up Susur in a dictionary and it will be defined as Heavenly Food experience
See Toronto’s architectural gems from the inside out. This weekend is Doors Open. I’m personally looking forward to visiting the Distillery District, and the wonderful Carlu (newly open) and many points between.
Toronto finds a hero in Dr. Basrur. wonderful story from the Toronto Globe and Mail: “I have such faith in Dr. Basrur,” she said, referring to the city’s diminutive, 46-year-old, single-mother medical officer of health, who had followed the mayor’s Continue reading The Rudy Giuliani of Toronto? Toronto finds a hero.