the city of london
A buddy and I used safety pins to drunkenly tattoo each other in Edward Albee’s barn in Montauk, and it came out so bad he tattooed ‘Sorry’ underneath. It’s my worst one, but I find myself looking at it a lot, so maybe it’s my best one.
As Burger King pursues a global market, will Tim Hortons lose its Canadian image? Vauhini Vara considers:
"The Canadian image hasn’t done much to help Tim Hortons win over customers in the U.S. And one imagines that it would be even less likely to translate in farther-flung countries whose residents know—and care—little about Canadian culture."
Photograph by Richard Drew/AP
In the few brief years since I arrived in Newfoundland, I’ve lived in plenty of different places throughout St John’s. From Quidi Vidi to Grovesdale Park to the downtown core, each location has had its own particular atmosphere. But my favourite neighbourhood of all is the one I’m currently…
In 1987, the Southcott Awards committee made a departure from their normal application criteria to select a rather unorthodox winner. Curiously, this winner was not a building at all; it was a Victorian iron fence connected to Howard House on 7 Garrison Hill.
Built directly after the…
You can live in a house designed by Shigeru Ban only if you are recently homeless or exceedingly wealthy.