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Queen Street East, more record keeping

Just after I wrote the previous blog post about some of the buildings on Yonge Street that are in the middle of an area being redeveloped, I walked across Queen Street East.  702 more words


We all know you can’t prepare for everything. We want change that is gradual and slow so we can see it coming, but life has way of sideswiping you when you least expect it. 253 more words

Patricia Steele Raible

Focus on Our Elders

On exhibit now at Artscape Youngplace is a photo documentary on seniors in Toronto called ‘Focus on Our Elders’.  It is being shown in the 3rd floor gallery until the 17th of March.   87 more words


Go to the Atlas Intersections Festival while staying in short term housing in Washington DC

Atlas Performing Arts Center is hosting the Intersections Festival from February 22nd to March 11th. You will enjoy this annual event which combines theatre, dance, poetry, music, film, writing, sculpture, photography and all kinds of arts. 71 more words

"Ah-ha" Moments In Feminist Theory

If there’s one thing I learned from Feminist Theory class it is that feminism is malleable. It adapts to the context in which it lives, critiques itself, and improves—always making space to include more people with a set of uniting beliefs. 677 more words


Intersections of separateness

Those places of coming and going
They connect us,
And divide
The places we avoid
From those where we reside.
We protect
A shining city, 46 more words