Inside this issue you’ll find our music picks; a photo essay covering the case of the Salton Sea; you’ll learn about the works of Mountain2Mountain through photography taken on the Streets of Afghanistan, we’ll follow up on what’s been happening on the issue of nuclear power – as well, we’ll explore the fashion of Maria Lucia Hohan — and so much more! It is what it sounds like – a little bit of everything in retrospect! Enjoy.
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Explore the history behind Toronto’s Regent Park and ask yourself if what’s happening today will be best for the residents concerned as they roll with the plans being made for them. And as Barack Obama prepares to begin his term in office, reflect on his words that marked the start. But we can’t be serious […]
Stop in as we talk about ‘Liberty and Jazz for All’ as we watch Quincy Jones accept the NEA Bandleader Jazz Masters Award for 2008. If you don’t know the liberating story of Jazz, you’ll want to read this. Also most of us are now paying block fees at least once a year when we […]
What topics did we decide to start our magazine with? Well we start with showing some stunning photos of what it looks like when an entire lake runs dry, as we share our interview with Maude Barlow. Also look for our Poetics Retronized section — and Canadian Blood Services. Are their practices discriminatory, or simply trying to deliver the best in public safety?