Little Free Libraries & Book Exchanges: The perfect book club for explorers and introverts

This is an article I wrote for the Spring 2020 issue of On the Danforth magazine (originally published March 2020). Community is all about fellowship with others, those who have similar interests, passions, hobbies, and anything else that unites individuals. It’s a shared identity that encourages a sense of belonging, and takes away the feeling…

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Next Stop—Uncertainty: Impacts of The Ontario Line on East-Enders

This is an article I wrote for the Spring 2020 issue of On the Danforth magazine (originally published March 2020). With commuting in Toronto becoming increasingly difficult, it’s a surprise the city runs as smoothly as it does.  As of 2018, Metrolinx and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) planned to construct a new Downtown Relief…

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Creativity and Boredom: The Origins of my Tea van Gogh

Remember that episode of The Big Bang Theory when Sheldon started working with Penny at the Cheesecake Factory because he was stuck on his physics problem? Like Albert Einstein discovering special relativity while working at the Patent Office in Switzerland, Sheldon thinks that if he works a menial job, then he’ll have his own epiphany…

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