THE REIGN OF MEDIACRACY by David
The Left's theft of a bereft media
-- is the message.
CHICKEN BELITTLED by Mark Goldfarb
We have given chickens more reasons
than they need to rise up.
BATTERED HEN by Karen Davis
Extinguishing the myth of wholesome
chickens clucking contentedly on death row.
INVASION OF THE JELLYFISH by Jim
This isn't science fiction: poisonous
jellyfish are poised to take over the seas.
JESIKA JOY: DECONSTRUCTING SEXUAL
In the desire that is the fire that
fuels art, Jesika Joy conjugates her body with paint and parody
– in quest of eternal truth.
APES AND ETHICS by Margaret Somerville
The origins of ethics: Big Bang or
Deity and why it matters.
HIJAB BAN PROTECTS WOMEN'S RIGHTS
by Farzana Hassan
Have women who choose the hijab
been properly exposed to alternative dress?
YAHIA LABABIDI: NOTES ON SILENCE
Is there a connection between
our fear of silence and decline of the East and West -- and
North and South?
BEFORE TOMORROW reviewed by Miriam
A majestic, haunting docudrama that
examines life among the Inuit, where the living ain't easy.
ASSEMBLY directed by Feng
The first casualty of war is always
ethics -- Chinese cinema at its best.
MICHAEL J. EVANS - Swimming with
Have gods, will travel -- on the
road to selfhood.
ON THE ORIGINS OF OPINIONS by Robert
Our opinions -- or are they?
SIX DEGREES OF JAZZ
Yves Léveillé, composer/pianist
whose inner visions are jazz's wise decisions.
Poetry - Humour|
FOR MY CAT by David Lieber
"Half of what I say is meaning
AMY BERNAYS by Lydia Schrufer
Out of the crucible of the highlands
and the unexpected, paint mixed with ice and snow.