Brave New Brunswick

IT’S NO NEWS THAT THE FIRST FEW years of the 1990s haven’t been good for the newspaper industry: papers are…

Paper Chase

IT’S SUNDAY MORNING AND, AS USUAL, THERE’S A LINEUP FOR John’s Place, a diner-style restaurant in downtown Victoria. Just inside…

More Than Meets the I

LAST OCTOBER, I-AND PLEASE PARDON the personal pronoun-published a book about what it feels like to be a man living…

Guild by Association

WILL GREED KILL NEWSPAPERS? asked the 24-point headline on the ad in last spring’s Ryerson Review. It begged the answer…

The Scud Stud has Come Home

IT WAS EARLY IN THE GULF WAR THAT ARTHUR KENT walked onto a rooftop in Dhahran,–and into a real-life drama…