New ROM gallery to open with Italian art

Morning Brew: July 6, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, July 6, 2006:

All that construction in front of the ROM will eventually end (though it does seem that it has been going on forever), and when it does, get ready for some Italian art.

The city considers adding more items to the blue box list, but maybe what they need to do is to figure out how to make more people use the blue box in the first place.

In related news, Toronto's Steam Whistle Brewery needs you to return their green bottles or you might not be able to get your beer this World Cup weekend.

A theory links heat to violence, making it easier for lawmakers to blame Toronto's shootings on the weather instead of poor policy.

After the closing of the Top O' the Senator last year, the last thing Toronto's jazz scene needed was yesterday's abrupt closing of The Montreal Bistro. I'm going to miss the place.

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