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Thompson: Merchants of Culture

A frank, insightful and accessible in-depth investigation into the realities of how publishers work and why the industry is as it is.

“The staff of every publishing house are constantly looking over their shoulders to see what their competitors are doing.

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Intense, complex psychological game of cat & mouse in interrogation thriller Caught

Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) continues its 2015-16 season with resident playwright Jordi Mand’s intimate and gripping Caught, directed by Sarah Garton Stanley.

Sixteen-year-old James (Jakob Ehman) has been caught for theft over $2,000 by department store security guard Trisha (Sabryn Rock) and is being held for questioning in the store’s security holding room while they wait for the police to arrive. 407 more words


Ellie and the Hoyas by Chuck Thurston

The oldest cliché in human relationships is that of the contentious mother-in-law. I luckily escaped that dynamic. I truly loved my wife’s mother, and we had wonderful times together. 361 more words

John Thompson

John Thompson was a black man who lived in slavery for all of his early life. He escaped when he was in his twenties, so he saw and knew the entire system. 499 more words


Editorial: A not-so-honourable history of heckling

There was a time in Canada when a politician, heckled or attacked by a parliamentary opponent, would use the occasion for a crisp –­ and often entertaining – riposte. 570 more words


Hundreds Pay Tribute To Well-Known Athlete And His Family's 'Special Grace'

Saturday, February 6, 2016 || By Michael Romain || Updated: 2/7/16

Hundreds packed the God’s Heritage Full Gospel Church, 1200 S. Fifth Ave., in Maywood on Feb. 1,229 more words