July 30, 2017 – Edmonton Airport As a child I thought the Arabic term for Lebanon was “the Balaad.” That’s what my parents called it whenever they fondly remembered their life before Canada, before I was born. This other world, as they described it, was somehow a more difficult place, yet culturally superior. I was […]
In July 2013, a runaway train ploughed through this small town east of Montreal and exploded, killing 47. Photographer Michel Huneault visited more than a dozen times over a year to tell the stories of survivors. This is what he found
A bridge, a lock, a solo wanderer in Rome
Seduced by ever-bigger exhibitions and corporate sponsorship, have we forgotten what the point of art is in the first place?
In the fall of 2011 I sat in on a jam I’ve since recognized as part of the future of how we create and consume music. What’s more, for musicians, it points a way forward for an industry that often seems like it would rather die than evolve from a reliance on making and selling […]
A very personal look at the unexpected evolution of marriage … and divorce