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PORTRAIT OF A TRUMPET (for Justice): The Warring Soul of Raymond H. (“Ray”) Boone, Sr. (1938-2014)

by William “Duke” Smither

“Find out just what people will submit to, and you have found out the exact amount of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them; and these will continue until they are resisted with either words or blows, or both. 2,378 more words

African-American History

Poem 311 - Footnotes

You told me that you loved¹ me,
Told me with every kiss and night,²
And now you say³ you’re going away4
Something there isn’t right.5… 225 more words

Poem

Imagine... Edmonton infrastructure by the people, for the people

Editor’s Note: Columnist Omar Mouallem is travelling abroad and over the next several weeks will connect areas he’s exploring with similar scenarios in Edmonton.

I was on a date with a sloppy donair in Copenhagen, seeking a bench to responsibly eat it. 562 more words

Edmonton

Music and Blooms

The new Pocket Treasures release from Penny Black features some wonderful new background panels. The music and canvas stamps on this card are two of my favourites. 262 more words

Penny Black Stamps

Edmonton can learn a lot from Amsterdam's bike paths

Editor’s Note: Columnist Omar Mouallem is travelling abroad and over the next several weeks will connect areas he’s exploring with similar scenarios in Edmonton.

While traversing Amsterdam’s 400-kilometre bike network, I witnessed the following: cyclists riding hand-in-hand, pedalling with puppies in baskets, transporting smouldering mobile barbecues, crossing traffic with occupied child seat on the frame’s front and back. 558 more words

Edmonton

Reading James Jackson: Footnotes

The Roving Reader Files

Last time we discovered who wrote the Centre’s edition of Memoir of James Jackson, and why. This time, I’d like to ask the pressing question: 759 more words

Roving Reader

Edmonton can look to Paris to make the river valley more accessible

A funny thing happened on my way to the Eiffel Tower. Traffic along the Seine river, below landmark-dotted Quai Anatole-France, vanished.

Usually there are 2,000 automobiles there, every hour. 533 more words

Edmonton