- NASA has an Instagram account. So too, does the Director of the Albright-Knox, Janne Siren, and at Paddy Johnson’s prompting this weekend in Buffalo, but it’s entirely inactive so far. [The Atlantic]
- Colin Dabkowski has a solid write up on Buffalo’s Echo Art Fair. Our only bone to pick—those red dots over sold items were easier to spot than he says! Buffalo exhibitors tend to opt for the oversized version. [Buffalo News]
- The Ontario Press Council has decided to take the Toronto Star to task for its coverage of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s alleged crack smoking caught on video. They’ve done this, according to a reported piece by the Star because they are “desperate to prove their own relevance”. When are we going to get to see that video anyway? [The Toronto Star]
- A troll sculpture by blacksmith Bill Roan has been removed from the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It is being replaced by a new troll sculpture. [The San Francisco Chronicle via BlouinArtInfo]
- Election Day in NYC = selfie opp! WNYC warns that it’s not legal to take a picture of your ballot. Everything else is kosher. [WNYC]
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