A handwritten letter signed “D.B. Cooper” and mailed to a Vancouver newspaper in 1971 was one of 95 pieces of evidence in a cold-case investigation that’s the subject of a new documentary on the History Channel. 528 more words
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Only recently has it come to my attention that a number of federal public servants throughout B.C. are not getting paid.
When exactly did we become Venezuela — without, of course, all the benefits of being Venezuela, like pickpocket school and Caribbean beaches? 433 more words
OTTAWA — The Trudeau government says it has no interest in challenging Quebec’s “sweetheart” immigration system, even though West Coast critics say two components of that province’s system effectively hurt B.C. 825 more words
Remnants from one of my Fluxfest Chicago event scores (Fluxfest Chicago is an annual event organized by Keith Buchholz)- rearranged in various compositions on one of the glass block lights in the floor of the Rotunda Room at the Chicago Cultural Center, Friday May 27, 2016. 175 more words
Mail art by Ruud Janssen (Breda, Netherlands)
Ruud Janssen has dedicated at least one of his legendary envelopes to the elusive Miss Noma Fun Club. Based on the generous contents of this envelope, I know Ruud Janssen does not believe that I have some insider connection to the elusive Miss Noma or the fan club. 88 more words