“When my father passed away, my mom spent an entire day driving around the city just looking for a morgue that had working refrigerators.”Read Article
Last week, we gave you a heads up about the very first “What We Talk About” event, the new monthly lecture series at No One Writes to the Colonel. Now, please allow us a chance to rant and rave about how awesome it was. More user-friendly than a poetry slam, a little more academic than an open… Read More »Read Article
The Grid's talented writer and discerning editor also has a knack for finding the coolest treasures around. Carley Fortune's holiday wish list!
Carley Fortune is the Associate Editor of The Grid, and one seriously stylish lady. She kind of reminds us of a Hollywood movie star from the 1940s and has a gorgeous smile that seems to put one immediately at ease. This may have been why we asked her to share her holiday wish list but… Read More »Read Article
A roundup of our favourite tweets from the Toronto Love-in that is the ironic #UnfriendlyToronto hashtag
We love our city. A lot. Sometimes it’s a dangerous and unreasonable love that, after too much whiskey, can lead to yelling at people in bars, but mostly it just makes us feel happy to wake up and look out our window every morning. And so we love the ironic #UnfriendlyToronto twitter hashtag that’s been… Read More »Read Article