1 Spadina Crescent, an address located on a roundabout in Spadina Avenue just north of College, is a handsome Gothic Revival building now home to the University of Toronto's John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture. On the final day of Doors Open, the newly renovated building's doors were opened to the public to tour, through galleries and up stairs and towards all of the spectacular vistas this building's locations provide.
May. 31st, 2017
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- Joe. My. God. notes that Nordic prime ministers have just trolled Trump's bizarre orb-based photo op.
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- Peter Rukavina looks at the end of Charlottetown's Founders' Hall.
- Torontoist examines Ontario's impending $15 an hour minimum wage.
- Window on Eurasia reports on the latest disputes between Russia and Ukraine on their shared history.
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- Foreign Policy suggests that this is a new age of German prominence in the West.
- The New Yorker finds Amazon's new brick-and-mortar bookstores lacking.
- The Toronto Star shares claims that learning a second language provides mental benefits.
- Universe Today notes the discovery of potentially habitable super-Earth Gliese 625 b.
- Vice's Motherboard notes how the popularization of ayahuasca-driven spirit quests has actually hurt traditional users.
- Vox notes the latest Russia-Ukraine history fight on Twitter.