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The Wayhome Journals

A candid retelling of my first festival experience Read More »

Stewart takes on “the finale,” with a little help from some friends

Charm makes up for lack of politics as an era in American satire ends Read More »

Can Buddhism survive in our culture?

If Buddhist practice is diluted in the West, does it still bear its essence? Read More »

Review: Life article allows for sensitive reflection on culture and violence

Sensationalism somehow avoided in discussion of the Jennifer Pan case. Read More »

An agreement for poor souls: Interview with Toronto's Fresh Snow

The newspaper sat down with Toronto noise outfit Fresh Snow to talk Tommy James, Toronto DIY and New Music. Read More »
The Wayhome Journals

The Wayhome Journals

A candid retelling of my first festival experience
Review: UC Follies’ Home For Boys

Review: UC Follies’ Home For Boys

Glass Reflections Theatre and UC Follies present a play about gender, space and boyhood set outdoors at the UC Quad.
Stewart takes on “the finale,” with a little help from some friends

Stewart takes on “the finale,” with a little help from some friends

Charm makes up for lack of politics as an era in American satire ends
Can Buddhism survive in our culture?

Can Buddhism survive in our culture?

If Buddhist practice is diluted in the West, does it still bear its essence?
Review: Life article allows for sensitive reflection on culture and violence

Review: Life article allows for sensitive reflection on culture and violence

Sensationalism somehow avoided in discussion of the Jennifer Pan case.
“Only in extreme cases”: the political lie in the physician-assisted suicide debate

“Only in extreme cases”: the political lie in the physician-assisted suicide debate

The rocky road ahead in Canada’s emerging debate on physician-assisted suicide. (Image: MacKay Cartoons)
 
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