Stripping For Pride Located on Church Street, in Toronto’s gay village, Cafe California isn’t just a restaurant. It IS the gay village. For 25 years, the restaurant hasn’t just served delicious meals, it’s a vibrant hub for locals and visitors … Continue reading
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Photo by Burke Campbell. Camera by Nikon. Toronto Pride is underway. It’s expected that a million and a half will attend. Pride has evolved in to one of the greatest celebratory events in North America. There’s enough pride for all. … Continue reading
TORONTO PRIDE IS HAPPENING Photograph by Burke Campbell. Camera by Nikon. http://www.nikon.ca
MY SECOND SMILE When Noah Spitzer was a teenager, he was diagnosed with cancer. That’s not funny. But Noah’s play, MY SECOND SMILE, which dramatizes his medical treatment, throat surgery, and recovery, is hilarious! For the next few days, MY … Continue reading
Wonderful day. Actors Michael Atlin, Thomas Gough, and Anthony MacMahon gather with me at John Gundy’s home, for an informal reading of my drama, The Victims’ Opera. A writer scribbles a play, alone in a room. He writes dialogue … Continue reading
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