Elgin Theatre, Toronto

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I shot this during that ice/wind storm we experienced in Toronto a couple of weeks back. Man it was a terrible day. This is the Elgin/Winter Garden Theatre on Yonge Street in the heart of downtown Toronto. One of Toronto’s most beautiful venues. I recall back in the ’90s seeing Spalding Gray do a gig at the Winter Garden. He was a monologist famous for “Swimming to Cambodia,” which was turned into a film called “The Killing Fields” (he acted in it), who sadly ended his life jumping into the East River (NYC) in 2004. Later I saw Sarah McLaughlin, a famous singer/songwriter perform there. It was an awesome performance. Anyway, have been inside in decades, although I tend to take photos of the outside all the time. Hope you like it and hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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