Mar 9, 2004

Dipping into Taiwan celebrity to fuel activism

Mike Levin
After a fifth straight night of small-town touring, and far too much beer, Matthew Lien stopped short. “I wondered just what the hell I was doing, all these one-night stands, all this drinking.
Feb 4, 2004

<i>Discordia</i> recalls the battle at Concordia

Judy Rebick
At campuses around the country in the coming weeks, you can view a rare glimpse into the world of campus activism in the NFB film, <i>Discordia</i>. Directed by two recent Concordia film graduates,
Jan 28, 2004

The wit and irony of Phil Ochs live on

Robin Breon
Zachary Stevenson of Victoria is touring the resilient little Canadian play, <i>The Ballad of Phil Ochs,</i> to folk clubs across Canada. &#147;I think Phil fought against apathy and indifference fi
Nov 25, 2003

A gallery of dissidents

Boyce Richardson
Harold Wolpe had worked for years as a solicitor for the African National Congress in cases brought by the government, and in an illuminating interview he outlined how impossible had been that task.
Oct 1, 2008

An open letter to Stephen Harper

Wajdi Mouawad
Even if politically speaking they are marginal and negligible, one must never underestimate intellectuals, never underestimate artists; don't underestimate their ability to do you harm.
Sep 22, 2008

The teacher that changed my life

June Chua
It's September and no matter how old I get, I can't help but think about the start of school. We are also now embarking on the silly season &#226;e" the campaigning that infects all media in the run-
Sep 17, 2008

Control freak Conservatives take on the arts

Paddy Johnson
Those art supporters wondering what&#226;e(TM)s going on with Bill C-10 will be disheartened to learn that the Liberal strategy has been to stall the vote on it until after the election &#226;e" a re


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