Morning Brew: June 12, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Monday, June 12, 2006:
If you're planning on using a cab to make your getaway from a bank robbery, you might need to go back to the drawing table.
Spacing Magazine wins a National Magazine Award for an issue that suggested turning the SkyDome into a sustainable housing community. Awesome.
The Toronto Real Estate Board had the busiest month of its 86-year history in May, which I'm sure is bringing joy to condo developers across the city.
A brawl erupted at Little Portugal's World Cup party, proving that no neighbourhood is safe from jubilant fans. Until their team loses, at least.
'The Drowsy Chaperone' picks up five Tony Awards, proving that stag party stunts can end up being profitable.
(Photo: Joe's NYC)
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