A glimpse at Free Comic Book Day, 2012, in London, Canada's East Village, with special appearance by Andrew Murray's homemade 1966 Batmobile. The Cancer Camp...
...Getting off of the main point here , so this is an area of London , Canada known as the " East Village " ?????????
...Looking up Wikipedia , there are two " East Village "s in Canada considered worthy/lucky enough to have a dedicated listing , neither of them referring to them being in a London , Canada...........
It's the Dundas East Village, and I don't know if it has a separate listing anywhere, but people in London, Ontario generally know where it is. Sorry people don't like the vid (except for one accidental vote up). It's just a look at Free Comic Book day, and I really like that someone local made his own Batmobile.
...I liked it okay , it was interesting to see so professional a video .
Obviously , there are umpteen official locations , let alone neighborhoods , in the U.S.A. ( and , no doubt , in Canada as well ) repeating names form the colonizers'/immigrants' homes , and it's inherent that in many places there might bre an " East " and " West " , say , side...I do tend to think that New York City's part of Manhattan named the East Village tends to be the template for many , if not all , " nabes " that have the " East Village " name attached to 'em !...
I suspect one could make an argument that, for North America, NYC is the template for "city."
...You said it !!!!!!!!!
Especially for " glamorous " city , and that includes bohemian glamour !!!!!!!!!
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