Astronaughts currently in space were repairing equipment last week as if was an oil change. Being in space more and more ordinary the way ships once were a radical spectacle […]
I was looking for posters of Toronto bands in the 80s when this picture caught my eye and slowly something shocking came into focus – I know all of them. […]
Imagine 15 years ago if it was indicated that in the future people would have plastic cards to access their bank account to pay for groceries or movies (cash anything) […]
Two Men of Courage Mandela and Vanunu by MAIREAD MAGUIRE Last week the World’s political leaders stood united in admiration at the Memorial service in South Africa to honour the […]
Fat Alberts Coffee House open stage doesn’t have much money but a least they have an X-Ray machine which we selected to use for taking this photo of Meg Tennant […]
Who Killed Phillip? Is about my friend Phil Bearshirt. I wrote it in 1991 after he died. -Kathleen Yearwood Sometimes, rarely, art and politics get married and it’s perfect. Nobody […]
Why is the Canadian Treasury Photoshopping Karl Malden onto our money? Cheap bastards.
Please include a bio of yourself. Sam Larkin milked the cow morning and evening when he was six years old. And continued at that till he was […]
Every time I hear the theme for Q on CBC I think it is a variation on Hava Nagila. There I said it.
Sam Larkin: Audio Recording grant application pt 2 Describe the project, why you are pursuing the project, and as an artist or group of artists how you will prepare for […]