Wednesday, August 26, 2009

URS - The Movie 'Le Départ'

Official Selections
New York Bicycle Film Festival
Toronto Bicycle Film Festival
Montreal Bicycle Film Festival
Featured in the Exhibition 'Actions'
at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

Friday, August 21, 2009

URS Film at Toronto Bicycle Film Festival

Come see it on the big screen.
So good!

Toronto August 22th

Also in Victoria at VeloVictoria
August 21st

Thursday, August 20, 2009

URS Handywork Seven Months Later ...

Photo by Val Dodge/Torontoist, August 2009

He writes:
"At the entrance to the station (Kennedy), the handiwork of the Urban Repair Squad is as fresh as the day it was installed seven months ago."

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Sixth Anniversary of the Blackout Video

Sixth Anniversary Blackout Party Toronto from Tino on Vimeo.
August the 14th, 2009. Torontonians enjoyed a street celebration to commemorate the big blackout of 2003 on Ossington Avenue.

The street was filled with happiness and live music. After a procession north to Dundas street, local activist group the Public Squares installed Praça Portugal | Portugal Square in honour of the local Portuguese community.
Then they turned off the street lights and we all danced.
A night to remember.

Friday, August 14, 2009

New Portugal Square - 2009 Blackout Party

More photos here LINK

Sixth Anniversary... so much fun!!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

The Easter Present Update - "Live Green" Toronto? Not really

On April 10, URS redesigned the old city logo along the Gardiner Expressway and installed it. This design was in place over the Easter holiday and removed by the city the week after. On April 20. I noticed a new logo had been installed: 'Live Green'. Right.

Yesterday, I noticed the logo had been changed again: "Let's go the Ex." (The 'Ex' - Canadian National Exhibtion)
Well. You get the idea.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Bicycling Magazine Article Online!

The Illegal but highly effective DIY Bike Lane
(July 2009)

Included in this issue is a fabulous feature article by Dan Koeppel plus a write-up by Laura Kiniry about all things Urban Repair worldwide.