Chicken Fat Perambulation #65 (Slight Return, Once Removed)
Ah, that Yonge + Eglinton. In such an eternal state of 1970s good times, I overheard "The Core" by Eric Clapton + Marcy Levy for the first time in three decades there. Like the Pet Shop Boys back when they were still called Al Stewart, bla bla bla. And unlike Yonge + St Clair, it isn't a macabre-pathological kind of time-warp--Yonge + Eglinton is the Scarborough to Yonge + St Clair's Etobicoke, perhaps...
PWYC ($5 or $10 recommended)
"A touch of architecture, a touch of history, a touch of psychogeography, a touch of urban exploration, a whole lot of psychodrama, in a way that only Adam Sobolak--onetime CIUT late-night fixture, executive member of the Toronto Architectural Conservancy, and all-around urban gadfly (not to mention author of the immortal "Pioneers Of Modern Design: From Britney Spears To Christina Aguilera")--can manage. Don't expect the over-authoritative or over-systematic; it's one continuous interactively animated sensual shimmering urban riff and vamp."