Monthly Archives: May 2013

LIPS THAT WOULD KISS

  In the early 1980s, I watched artist Luke Allen create this painting in Toronto. It has moved with me from place to place, and just to look at it makes me smile. Having a painting like this in a … Continue reading

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Fun & Work in Theatre

  This week, I dropped in on Monday Night of New Works, an informal  group of actors, playwrights, and directors who get together to read new works, to help with their development. It’s also of course a social group, so … Continue reading

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APPROACHING GAGA

  Lady Gaga doesn’t just sing and dance and wear costumes. She’s no mere entertainer, she’s an icon, emanating a mysterious force over music, fashion, politics, and social change. Gaga’s a global phenomenon, and one that begs analysis. This is … Continue reading

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THE LADY AWESOME

Photo of Cathi Bond: provided by publisher. The Lady Awesome Cathi Bond is awesome. She’s a veteran radio broadcaster. She knows how to reach out into space and hold your attention. When Bond turns her hand to fiction, she writes … Continue reading

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