So hush-hush is this poetic little piece of the core that even the city's culture head had forgotten it existed. No sleight of Rita Davies. Artbuzz, the line "giving voice" to Toronto's public art collection, officially ceased to exist in 2002. The odd small pink sign with a number to call if you want to hear artists take you through their work (416-338-3331) can still be found affixed to downtown lamp posts here and there. Few pieces of consequence have been added to the 'Buzz in recent years, but art hunters will be happy to know that the city is promising to bring it back stronger than ever. Toronto artist John Dickson's Frontier is slated for the Railpath, and Lisa Steele's and Kim Tomczak's Watertable for Fort York. In the meantime, check out Montreal artist Gilbert Boyer's weirdly obscure I Looked For Sarah Everywhere in St. James Park, at King and Church. Look for the plaque in the ground near the trail running toward King.