Steven Page left the Barenaked Ladies. I wrote about it here. It’s currently the most-read story on nationalpost.com, so, yay? Also, Thursday morning I spoke to the group’s remaining co-founder, Ed Robertson. You can read the Q & A over on The Ampersand.
In today’s National Post, I profile uber-editor Ellen Seligman. This is the third part in my ongoing series The Ecology of Books.
In today’s National Post I interview musician-turned-author Dan Hill.
On The Ampersand today, I have a Q and A with Graham Roumieu, author of 101 Ways To Kill Your Boss.
Amazon.com announced the next generation of their Kindle e-book reader at a press conference yesterday. But guess who isn’t getting a Kindle? Canadians! The Post’s technology reporter David George-Cosh and I take a look at the news in today’s National Post.
In today’s National Post, I recap last night’s 51st annual Grammy Awards. They were surprisingly entertaining, even if my computer kept crashing.
In today’s National Post I review Woody Allen’s latest (sorta) film, Cassandra’s Dream.
Yesterday I went down to the Royal York to check out the 2009 Juno Awards press conference. A colleague from another paper and I were sitting there, amazed that it had already been a year since the they were last announced. Then I realized it hadn’t been a year; I’d stumbled into some sort of time warp and emerged in the year 2002, when Nickelback and Céline Dion ruled the earth. You can read about it here.