2007.01

December 2006/January 2007


Imagining the Future

Imagining the Future

Why the cynics are wrong
Come On Down!
A Winnipeg boy waits for the payoff on The Price is Right
Hear No Evil, Write No Lies
Maher Arar was portrayed as a sly fox, a predator working with al-Qaeda. He turned out to be a hare, an innocent family man.
Let There Be Light
An Alpine town reflects on plans to brighten things up
December/January 2007 Bibliographies
Everybody Comes to Kim’s
The bomb may be straining relations on the Korean peninsula, but at least these diners will always have Beijing
Mood Swing
Stars Above Africa
Celebrities have thrown their arms around Africa. Has the continent benefited from this awkward embrace?
A Society of Seers
Can Thomas Homer-Dixon’s “prospective mind” help us thrive after global crises?
Solidarity of the Shaken
Wajdi Mouawad’s theatre of war
5, 6, Pickup Sticks
Hockey at its best is a cool, clear night, an outdoor rink, and a gaggle of strangers.
Our Weekly Bread
Around the world in many meals
Maritime Monotony
Where the excitement never starts.
Sea-Crossed Lovers
The story of a mixed Turkish-Greek romance builds a bridge across the Aegean
Shock Jock (Part II)
A play for radio
Noble Ambition
Paul Martin’s former chief of staff comes out swinging: It’s the economy, stupid, and my boss knew it
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