Thursday, May 25, 2006

Toronto, Da Vinci and a Copy


I just finished recording a couple of radio spots for the Toronto Board of Tourism.
(If you catch one I'll be playing "Tom.") And it got me thinking about the fifth largest city in North America.
It has quite an interesting history.

Speaking of History The Folks at How Stuff Works take on the Art and History of the Da Vinci Code.

The picture is a copy of a Da Vinci painting that never dried made by one of his apprentices.
Later,
Paul Parducci







PS: I am currently reading "Fields of Battle-The Wars of North America" by John Keegan--highly recommended

1 comment:

isirota1965 said...

John Keegan is an excellent writer; I've read several of his books.

Toronto may be a good city, but it can't hold a candle to my hometown of Montreal! ;-)