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SHUFFLER 0081: THAT HOLLOW HURRIED SOUND

SHUFFLER 0081: THAT HOLLOW HURRIED SOUND
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Weakerthans – “One Great City” from Reconstruction Site (2003 Epitaph)

I need to get a really big complaint about this album off my chest before we go any further. 424 more words

John K Samson

Reading Middlemarch in Winnipeg

I wrote a piece for the Town Crier on Middlemarch and Rebecca Mead’s My Life in Middlemarchessentially, “my life in My Life in Middlemarch  217 more words

The Town Crier

John K: the Willie Nelson of the North?

I didn’t bring my tripod! Don’t judge me!Tom Keenan led a really fun sing-a-long that I thoroughly enjoyed
John K. Samson went through three impressive hairstyle changes during his set (wasn’t expecting him to be so high-maintenance about his look). 67 more words

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Letter In Icelandic From The Ninette San

You’ll recall from the sagas, I hope, Grettir’s last stand at Drangey,
how his grip on the sword made his enemies cut off his hand? … 31 more words

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The Reasons - The Weakerthans

This song reminds me of the best summer of my life. And more or less falling for one of the coolest, most fascinating people I’ve ever encountered. 105 more words

A Sense of the Past: Archives and Creative Writing

The merits of using archives in the history classroom go without saying:

  • They – imperatively – help students understand the basic tenets of source-based research: what archives are; potential biases; gauging reliability of sources.
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Frank Turner covers John K. Samson

‘Wessex boy’ Frank Turner has recorded a cover of The Weakerthans‘ singer John K. Samson. Check out “Heart of the Continent” below. 38 more words

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