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Gagster Movies

Eve Corbel reviews two short biographic documentaries: Seth's Dominion and I Thought I Told You to Shut Up. more »

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45 Years of Fooling Around with A. Banana

An exploration of art and pop culture by Anna Banana. more »

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Chainsaw Man

A man with a chainsaw boarded the number 7 bus at about 7:45 a.m., when I was on my way to work in downtown Ottawa. more »

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City Apart

Cities can divide their nations. more »

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Les Joyeux Lémuriens

“Thank Christ,” says Dieter when I finally wake up. “I thought you were dead.” more »

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In Praise of Ronald Wright

"Authenticity is the essential quality of all travel literature, imaginary or real." more »

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Space-time Queertinuum

Beyond: The Queer Sci-Fi and Fantasy Comics Anthology is an action-packed, swashbuckling collection of short comics produced by twenty six writers and artists of diverse sexualities and genders. more »

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Home Front

"My father began his shopping spree in the fashion department. He ordered jackets, sweaters, shirts, trousers and shoes. In his new wardrobe he looks like a mummy that has been dressed up for a big night of trick-or-treating." more »

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Unhappy

Stephen Osborne discusses the happiness level of Vancouver, the best place on earth. more »

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Kafka in Clayton, OK

Are you an engineer? Are you sure? more »

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The Shy Man

“I think of my public speeches as the shy man’s revenge.” more »

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Skip to the Obits

AnnMarie MacKinnon reviews Death and the Penguin, a novel that follows the life of a young Ukrainian writer and his penguin. more »

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A Dream of Bearded Ladies

Stephen Osborne talks about Bearded Ladies, a documentary about the works of renowned photographer Rosamond Norbury. more »

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A Sublime Vernacular

A series of of speed paintings by Levine Flexhaug. more »

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Pillars of Salt

"The tour guide said: every hour you spend down in the mine adds three minutes to your life." Michal Kozlowski reports from 300 feet below ground. more »

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Knitting Class

During World War II my grandmother ran contraband, hunted pigeons. more »

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Certain Embarrassing Questions

Cyberslang, Robert's Rules of Order and The Forest of Rhetoric collide in a series of queries, inquiries and FAQ from Rob Kovitz. more »

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Phototeria

Meags Fitzgerald illustrates the early history of one of the first ever photo booths and its creator, a stuttering inventor from rural Ontario. more »

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Acts of Resistance

"Resistance to wars is as much a Canadian tradition as fighting them." Daniel Francis discusses alternative histories, anti-draft demonstrations and the divisive nature of war. more »

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