In today’s National Post I explore the ways in which Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company has re-embraced the art of poster design, while in Weekend Post I chat with James Reid about his event photography business, Expose Yourself.
In today’s National Post I review The Yes Men Save The World.
In Tuesday’s National Post I chat with Basia Bulat, whose new album, Heart of My Own, comes out today. I also take a look at a series of author portraits by Carl Köhler on display at the University of Toronto.
One of Canada’s most celebrated writers, Paul Quarrington, died yesterday. Here’s what I wrote about him. I also rounded up remembrances from Canada’s writing community, which can be read on The Afterword.
In Saturday’s National Post I talk with Liz Worth about her book Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond.
In today’s National Post I look at Victory or Death, RZA’s first foray into the art world.
In today’s National Post (and over on The Afterword) I preview the 2010 Winter/Spring books season, and interview Peter Darbyshire about the last-minute things an author must do before his/her book hits stores.