In today’s National Post, I look at the upcoming 40th anniversary of Sesame Street. Also: for an extended Q and A with Michael Davis, author of Street Gang, check out The Ampersand.
The Ecology of Books series continues in today’s National Post with a look at literary journals.
In today’s National Post I talk to the filmmakers behind The National Parks Project: Gros Morne, an interesting collision of music and nature.
In today’s National Post I hang out with actor Byron Rouse, star of Jerry Sringer: The Opera.
In today’s National Post, I look back on the art that will come to represent the presidency of George W. Bush.
In today’s National Post I take a look at the new Notorious B.I.G. biopic, Notorious.
In today’s National Post, I talk with Jermaine Clement and Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords.
In today’s National Post, I look at the recent study which suggested that almost 50% of Canadians cannot name a Canadian author. What does it all mean?
In today’s National Post: I head down to the set of The Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day and talk to director Troy Duffy about his comeback.
Over the past week, I’ve made a few contributions to the National Post’s annual list of Cultural Lessons. Here’s one on M.I.A.’s hit Paper Planes; another one on Gossip Girl and 90210 in the face of the New Depression; and a third on the dominance of Indian culture in 2008.