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Your numerology cycles November 15–30
King of Hearts trumps all jacks
More hacking exploits by Lisbeth Salander, gay aversion...
Widows of criminals doing it for themselves, the seed of...
War on Xmas: Ralphie gets a gun
Anti-grav @ šxʷƛ̓exən Xwtl’a7shn
Melissa’s forgeries, Rami’s dead-on Freddie Mercury and a...
Your numerology cycles November 1–14
Bro'hood: believe it or else...
UBC symposium on anti-Asian racism finds Maclean's "Too Asian?" too insensitive
Two weeks ago, I wrote a commentary in response to Maclean’s “Too Asian?” Since then, many voices have chimed in from left, right, and centre to offer their two cents. Aside from a brief non-apology...
Nov 27th, 2010
"Too Asian?" too racist for a magazine like Maclean's?
Whatever intention Maclean's had in publishing "Too Asian?" by Stephanie Findlay and Nicholas Kohler, the story in the November 10 issue jeopardizes the magazine's reputation of producing "strong...
Nov 11th, 2010
Anti-hate crime rally creates hope in the community
Rain didn’t deter hundreds of people from gathering outside Vancouver City Hall on a stormy Saturday night to rally against hate crime. Mayor Gregor Robertson joined a diverse crowd of speakers and...
Oct 26th, 2010
Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Days 8 & 9: Thurs and Fri
My picks for the next two days at VIFF include two ugly duckling tales, one for children, the other showing off Gemma Arterton. (read more)
Oct 7th, 2010
Where to lay the blame in the Manila hostage debacle? Everywhere.
On Tuesday, a little after 12:30 AM in the Philippines, recently-elected Philippine President Benigno Aquino III stepped up to the podium in Manila to comment on the crisis that had begun nearly...
Aug 27th, 2010
International Women’s Day: “We Hold up Half the Sky”
Kat Norris, Coast Salish, Lyackson First Nation and Nez Perce, founder of Indigenous Action Movement, and survivor of Kuper Island Residential School
Mar 8th, 2010
F as in Frank Vintage Make Fools of Themselves with Racist Display and Then Apologize
In today's highly tolerant world where history of the traumatic actions of our forefathers still casts long dark shadows, it is a fashion faux pas to make racial statements. This is how one man's e-ma
Jan 14th, 2010