How we got here: from the days of the dandyhorse, Item 1, The Big Jug

By Tammy Thorne Photos courtesy of Lorne Shields Special thanks to research by writer Roger Street (via Lorne Shields.) How we got here: from the days of the dandyhorse A series – from the collection of Lorne Shields. Since 1967, … Continue reading

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dandySHOPS: Sublime Espresso Bar

A Keith Haring Mural in the front entrance of Sublime. Haring painted the Cinelli bicycle featured on their homepage. Photos by Christopher Kaiser By Duncan Hurd At Sublime Espresso Bar, on Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market, customers are encouraged to bring … Continue reading

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Memorial Ride for Jenna Morrison – Monday, November 14, 2011

A detail from the memorial at the Sterling Road exit of the West Toronto Railpath next to the intersection where Jenna Morrison lost her life. Photo by Martin Reis. On Monday, November 7, 2011, Jenna Morrison was struck and killed … Continue reading

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For November only: Buy 2 get 1 free!

This special offer has now ended. Back issues can be purchased here. Since 2008, dandyhorse magazine has brought you an inside look at the people, art and culture of cycling in Toronto. For the month of November, we’re proud to … Continue reading

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Rock ’em Sock ’em City Hall: Adam Vaughan

Councillor Adam Vaughan in his City Hall office, with a painting by Mike Parsons called OMB Squared: one million bodies, one massive building; and a Don Cherry doll wearing a pink blazer and “pinko” button from Spacing. story by Tammy … Continue reading

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