Monthly Archives: July 2013

Forever, Clinton

We lost a beloved family member yesterday. Clinton was the one with four legs and floppy ears. My wife Kathy and I held him in our arms at 6:15 last evening and told him how much we loved him as he

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Not Fade Away: Brian Vallée Two Years Later

What scares me most about losing the people you love is how they tend to stay lost.   Perhaps it is the survival mechanism of the living, the concentration of daily life, the necessity to keep putting one foot in front of

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Gina Mallet Remembered

Gina Mallet

The first time I heard of Gina Mallet, the Toronto theatre community was trying to get her fired. A press conference had been called to demand that something be done about The Toronto Star’s new drama critic, a former Time magazine writer

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Even Superheroes Love The Sanibel Sunset Detective

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