Author Archives: Dana Lacey

About Dana Lacey

Freelance writer, editor and photographer

Blogs are so last year

Or, according to the timestamp on my most recent blog post, so 2012. But I’ve been far from inactive — I’m just over this slow-blog approach. My ongoing efforts at creation can be found on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.

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A Canadian in Mexico

Photos, video and liveblogging from my trip to Mexico City to train journalists to cover news in real time.

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Bikes and burritos in San Fran

This story was originally published by Dandyhorse, a Toronto bike mag I help edit. When my boss told me I could tack a few vacation days onto the tail end of a work trip to California, the first thing I … Continue reading

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Bring it On: The Musical

You either fall or you’re flying. Those wise words were belted out by the head cheerleader in Bring it On: The Musical, which opened this week at Toronto’s Ed Mirvish Theatre. It could be a metaphor expect she means it literally. This … Continue reading

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Icycle 2012

story and photos by Dana Lacey Originally posted by Dandyhorse. Ice bike racing is part of Toronto’s rich cycling history. Going on something like 18 years now, the ice bike race – now known as Icycle – is the most … Continue reading

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Know Love book launch

Just in times for V-day, Toronto artist Elicser Elliott (the man behind the badass typewriter painting on top of my blog) launched an illustrated book called Know Love, a look at love as kids see it. Here’s a few flicks … Continue reading

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The Play’s The Thing

Famous playwright Sandor Turai has just overheard his nephew’s fiancée cavorting with another man. So has his nephew. This isn’t good for business, since Turai’s nephew composes the sugar-coated melodies that accompany his words on stage. In other words, the … Continue reading

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