2005.11

November 2005

“Space isn’t remote at all. It’s only an hour’s drive away if your car could go straight upwards.” — Sir Fred Hoyle, British astrophysicist (1915–2001)

Ideological Warfare

Ideological Warfare

Why the United States needs opinionated loudmouths
Artful Crimes
Curators call it the Lost Museum, a vast fictional place that houses all the artwork ever stolen
A Tribute Paid to Reason
Cross-examining the legacy of the Nuremberg war-crimes tribunals
Suburbia’s Last Stand
Ontario wants to force its car-dependent masses into denser neighbourhoods
To CBC or Not to CBC
The Brawling East End
A mosque in East London
Miss You Already
To Fort Mac and Back
Newfoundlanders in Fort Mac
The Wilderness Within
A feral child and the quest to be human: a Fijian odyssey
The Second-last Corporate Retreat
Thinking inside the box
Do the Math
Why ’rithmetic shouldn’t make you cringe
Letters
Psychoanalysis on the Couch; the Ragged Sail of Empire; the Happy Minority; Poppycock; Klezmer Funk; Film and Old Folks; Cross Country Bang-up; Tusk, Tusk
African Adventure
Curator Simon Njami on the enigmatic work of white South African artist Jane Alexander
Behind the Cotton Curtain
The hazards of cross-cultural bra shopping
Never on the Rocks
An American oenophile’s guide to curling in Canada
Warm Fuzzy Justice
Colorado’s circle of justice
Hubris in Paradise
Marshall Islands missile tests
Young Patriotic Fervour
Young Patriots of the Ivory Coast
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