(Lawren Harris, Grey Day in Town, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa)T
oronto must agree with me; today I heard a song by Rush, and I liked it.
Spent yesterday afternoon in Kensington Market
, a colorful neighborhood that, unlike others of its kind, remains more than a relic. Today it was Greektown
(or, simply, "the Danforth") , where signs display street names in Greek right under the English versions. No "This is AMERICA: WHEN ORDERING PLEASE SPEAK ENGLISH" signs here.
Earlier, it was coffee, bagels, and musing about the state of publishing with John McFetridge
, and more book shopping at Sleuth of Baker Street
. The lunchtime chat generated some panel ideas for Bouchercon 2011
Back chez Brother Beyond Borders, the pace of daily life must be getting hectic because the veterinarian prescribed Pepcid AC
for the family pet, German Shepherd-Lab Mix Beyond Borders.© Peter Rozovsky 2010
Labels: Bouchercon 2011, John McFetridge, Sleuth of Baker Street, Toronto, what I did on my vacation