eau canada! a seductive first trip to toronto.

jetfuel cafe in cabbagetown

it’s infatuation, i just know. but i’m head over heels for toronto. i admit, the canadian city isn’t usually on people’s list of the usual amazing top-whatever of global metropolitan destinations, but between the famed international film festival and the uncontrollably phenomenal music scene (mothership to NXNE) — not to mention its reputation as a … Continue reading

shoulder-high snow peas

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starting today, the watering, weeding, and get-dirt-on-your-knees volunteering is rolling into motion at the 200 foot garden (you can read my first day’s account of┬ádiscovering┬áthis tiny fertile bed of soil hugging an otherwise unremarkable sidewalk in brookline). anyone can volunteer, and here’s the latest email update from local garden co-founder, pat. Hi Everyone, We’re hoping … Continue reading

Under the Seaport Boulevard Bridge

Seaport Boulevard Bridge

the wind’s tease — smell it? like a ghost gripping an oar, sun on its red brow

sylvan shadows

Shadows

new fears wet, exposed don’t be afraid of the dark demons in daydreams (studios without walls)

On the Northern Avenue Bridge

Northern Avenue Bridge

darkly haunted, hoarse, thousands of redcoats incensed — lobsters, tea, sink, sunk