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From the New World

Stephen Osborne's broken cellphone leads him to Schopenhauer, the Titanic publishing industry and historical Phantom Rides. more

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A young man comes into possession of a 1957 Pontiac, modelled after one owned by a legendary pianist. more

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Mandelbrot. Broadway SkyTrain Station, Vancouver.

Public bombings have a profound effect on cities, even if the bomb is a coconut filled with beans and rice. more

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Illustration: Eric Uhlich

Where in the used bookstore would mysteries by Raymond Chandler be shelved - in Novels or in Fiction? Stephen Osborne remembers the summer pleasures of reading outdoors and used bookstores. more

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Bill Anders, crew member Apollo 8, Dec 24, 1968, at Mission Time 075:49:07 (16:40 utc)

Stephen Osborne compares the "major problem" of loitering in 1968 Vancouver to the 2012 Occupy movement. more

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