There is a Doctor, an Elder in our community well into his 90s, and he’s been a very busy gent over the last few months. My parents told me to go and check out the hill near our house, so I headed out, descending down the familiar slope. I was trying not to slip into prickly wild roses, … More Guerilla gardening, to brighten your day!
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Earlier this month I had the privilege of seeing Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip perform one last show in my hometown. Something has come full circle. In 2008, my friend Amelia and I were at Fort Calgary for the Virgin Music Festival. Headlining was the Tragically Hip, so I got two tickets as an … More Thank you, Gord Downie & the Tragically Hip
I thought I’d try something a little different, on this gorgeous Albertan spring-time afternoon! So here we go – a review of the electronic/techno/future bass artist LongWalkShortDock‘s latest album, Squashing Machine. Now, it’s not often that you come across an electronic album that invites unexpected empathy with a spazstic capacity to get you punching … More MUSIC REVIEW! LongWalkShortDock: The Righteously Angsty Electronic Music To Which You’ve Always Wanted To Rage