Bikes and zines! Independent media and independent transportation go together

Ian Sullivan Cant of Broken Pencil talks to dandyhorse about cycling, zines, and the upcoming Canzine festival (in Toronto on Oct. 20.) Photo by Nyree MacPherson Can you tell dandyhorse readers a bit about Broken Pencil? How long you’ve been … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE Point/Counterpoint

Side Street Rider – Michael Louis Johnson Artwork by Ian Sullivan Cant Toronto has a problem – too many cars. So why don’t more people ride bicycles? Fear. When would-be cyclists think of riding in the city, they imagine falling in … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: In the loop

In the loop By “Scoop” Marinoni, Art Jerusha Ellis ~This article originally appeared in dandyhorse issue one, Summer 2008 ~ “Scoop!” boomed out of the phone. It was only 10:30 a.m. and she sounded like she was already on her … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Thank you Jack

Thank you Jack A tribute to Jack Layton’s contribution to cycling in Toronto by Steve Brearton Photos by Martin Reis This article originally appeared in the “Food issue” of dandyhorse magazine.   Jack Layton had two modes. Rooted in place, … Continue reading

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dandyARCHIVE: Luis Jacob, artist profile

Photo by Cindy Blazevic Interview by Scott Anderson This profile first appeared in our Summer/Fall 2010 issue – aka the “pantless” issue. You can order that issue here. Making a pass Profile: Luis Jacob, artist  What role does the bike … Continue reading

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