THE IRRESISTIBLE ILLUSION by Rory
The Taliban can't be beat. Why is
Obama fighting George Bush's war?
DAVID SOLWAY: TALKING BACK TO THE
"Cognitive paralysis is a staple
human failing and none of us is immune to it."
Degrees of Jazz
PATRICIA BARBER reviewed by Neila
Her original material is beguiling
and Cole Porter is smiling.
OH CANADA, WE STAND ON CAR AND FREEZE
by Howard Richler
When what we hear isn’t clear,
we find it in the mind.
POISONOUS BROWN CLOUD by Sunny Lewis
It's three miles thick, covers much
of Asia, and is home grown. The clock is ticking ticking ticking.
THE ART OF FASTING by Yahia Lababidi
Explores the relationship between
going without and going far.
Fibre Optics Unbound
POCKET REVOLUTION by Josh Freed
Small screens -- and our incredibly
shrinking world. The next addiction is here.
BEING AND DISCONNECTEDNESS by Donald
"Let's get crossed off everybody's
list." And then what?
COLE reviewed by Robert J. Lewis
Small-town life in Canada gets a
sympathetic telling in Carl Bessai's racially edgy drama.
MAKING A QUILT OUT OF COLLECTIVE
GUILT by Robert J. Lewis
Do you take pride in your national
sports team but refuse to take responsibility for your nation's
BY THE WILL OF GENGHIS KHAN reviewed
by Sylvain Richard
A character study, an epic, and
battle scenes -- set in the gorgeous Steppes -- to die for.
Director Andrei Borisov never bores.
on the Run
MARATHON MONKS by James Davis
Is there Nirvana at the end of the
1000-day marathon? Good running shoes, not a must.
ONLY THE LONELY by Francis DiClemente
Explodes the myth of bachelor's
THE OLIVE WOOD WONDERS OF RENA MEREN
by Lydia Schrufer
The mysteries of wood laid bare
in sculpture for the ages.