DeHaan Services continues to alert its readers to upcoming events in Toronto. Although "Scarborough Arts Hosts a Juried Show at Papermill Art Gallery" puts the emphasis on one exhibition, it does mention three other art galleries in Toronto.
"Map of Todmorden Mills, Toronto" image by Mike DeHaan using Google Maps
The map may be useful, but the article also includes a few other details that its readers might find important in seeking the Papermill Gallery for this art exhibition.

Promoting my August 2012 Art Exhibition Article

Since Scarborough Arts organizes this show every year, it is included in "The DeHaan Lens of Annual Toronto Events".

As always, my article also gets promoted in my Xanga blog ("Four Toronto Art Galleries in August 2012").

Writing Tip from my August Art Article

The trivial writing tip is to avoid multi-letter alliteration, such as "Art Article" in the sub-title above.

The important writing tip is to save energy by re-using material when possible.

The example from the current article is that the map was first created and used for my "Dream of Shakespeare at Todmorden Mills, Toronto, in July 2012" article.

I think it's justified because the same venue is used for both events, and it's vital that the readers know the directions.

I did point link back to the previous article for the complete directions, so I didn't repeat a fairly lengthy paragraph. However, there was no point in making a different map for the same location. Only the type of event changed: rather than an outdoor theatrical performance, the current event is an art exhibition inside the Papermill Art Gallery.
8/30/2012 08:35:36 pm

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