Monthly Archives: January 2008

How she move

When I heard that people like Jennifer Kawaja and Ian Iqbal Rashid were behind the new film How She Move, I just knew I had to go see it. Check out the film at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0770810/ I liked how this was not another

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A post-modern Toronto moment

My girlfriend and I had a post-modern Toronto moment today on the subway. We were on our way home from the Downsview Park Merchant’s Market . We went there solely for the really amazing international food court they have there–you should check out the Salvadorean and

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My first ever visit to Midland and Penetanguishene

I read at the Midland Public Library on Wednesday. The librarian and I weren’t really sure what to expect because the region is a little quiet in the winter (it’s more popular, especially with cottagers, in the summertime). But I

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New Year Happenings…

Happy New Year! I started my year by reading at the First Annual Mayworks New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon. Sixty poets performed for 5 minutes each, for 5 hours. The organizers got the idea from the New York Poetry Project’s New Year’s Day

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