Photo by Rebecca Baran for dandyhorse's Summer 2012 youth/employment issue of YNOT founders Tom and Tony.
Toronto's most popular "bike book" has a fresh issue for you!
This Sunday, Sept. 23, dandyhorse will be selling our new youth-and-employment issue to the public at the popular Word on the Street festival at Queen's Park.
dandy deals: $5 current issue and $2 back issues (Back issue special does NOT include issues 1 and 3, Elicser cover - those are now in limited supply.)
What: The Word On The Street Toronto -- National Book & Magazine Festival
When: Sunday, September 23, 2012 from 11 am to 6 pm
Where: Queen's Park - Find dandyhorse in booth MM13 on Queen's Park near St. Joseph street.
Here's our cover and some more details about our new minty fresh issue!
Cover image of our summer 2012 issue by Pascal Paquette and Jalani Morgan.
Our youth-and-employment issue was put together by young volunteers along with some old-school dandies and includes profiles of Olivia Chow (online now), YNOT founders Tom Mosher and Tony Mammoliti (pictured above in an amazing shot by Rebecca Baran, magazine spread below), Shah Mohammad of Evergreen's Bike Works program, Sheila Sampath of Shameless and SO MUCH more!
If you can't make it to Word on the Street Toronto this weekend you can purchase dandyhorse online or at any of these fine shops. (dandyhorse is free for a limited time following each publication at our advertiser shops.)
GET IT WHILE IT'S HOT!!! See you on Sunday at booth MM "Lucky" 13!
We will also be selling The Other Side of Grace; the first book of fiction by longtime dandy contributor and stalwart bike advocate, Martin Reis.
Word on the Street is fun! You get the BEST deals on subscriptions at WoTS and you can meet media moguls and politicians.
dandyhorse editor and publisher Tammy Thorne seen below with Moses Znaimer at WotS 2010.