PHANTOMS OF MARKETING’S PAST | Sharon Henry Vintage hand painted signs or ghost signs are not, as the later name suggests, signals of being haunted. Rather they are outdoor advertising signs of products and businesses that many themselves have 'given up the ghost', but
School With A Difference | Sharon Henry Climbing a 43m mast on sailing ship 'Gulden Leeuw' crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a gale blowing 40 knots is what 18 year old Marcus, from Montreal, Canada, recalls as a memorable experience. It was “the scariest moment” said the student.
A Gallery Walk Through Kensington Market | Sharon Henry Opinion about graffiti, or street art, is split down the middle; one person's art is another's vandalism. Toronto, in Canada, has embraced the culture of graffiti, a move that has boosted the city's tourism industry.
Top Of The Beanstalk | Sharon Henry Just like a magic, giant beanstalk would, the Toronto CN Tower demands your attention. Its gangly, rocketing height is hard to ignore, plus the tower pretty much photo bombs every picture you'll take in the city.
CANADA’S WORLD WONDER | Sharon Henry If ever there was a time for spectacle screen wipers this would be it, I can barely see and spray assaults my eyes like mini missiles when I take the glasses off. But it's exhilarating and we can't