The impact of the bombing of Guernica is still felt to this day -- by the elderly survivors and by Guernica's youth, who are struggling to forge a future for their town out of its painful history.
arts and culture
Like the Roman Empire preserving its power with the crude entertainment of gladiators, reality TV's emotional gladiators offer an escape from our anxiety amidst a crumbling financial system.
Stationary Groove is a site that maps the musical tastes of each stop on the Toronto subway with a playlist created by asking people on those subway platforms what song they had playing.
It's ironic that Firdaus Kharas is a household name in most of the developing world yet remains virtually unknown in Canada, unable to find funding for projects that address international problems.
Canadian artist Kirsten McCrea wants to know who your counterculture heroes are, so she can help keep their memories alive.
Jun 29, 2012 to Jul 2, 2012
572 church street Across the street from 519 community centreToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 58.6188" N, 79° 22' 52.4424" W
Trans space will provide information, workshops and support to members of the Trans* communities and Allies
Reflections on the importance of pirates and sword fighting for girls!
With the puck about to drop for tonight's Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals, we decided to look into the controversy around 'While the Men Watch.'
Students and faculty at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) are bracing for severe funding cuts as the provincial government continues to target the school.
Shrouded or not, original or copy, Picasso's Guernica painting continues to inspire peace activists and to haunt those who choose militarism as their legacy.