2007.12

December 2007

"I am afraid my subject is rather an exciting one, and as I don't like excitement, I shall approach it in a gentle, timid, roundabout way."
--Max Beerbohm

Rock Bottom

Rock Bottom

With the seas nearly barren, should Digby Neck, Nova Scotia, settle for selling the earth?
Road of Fire
The war in Afghanistan will be won or lost on Highway 1
Keeping the Beat
Music and mourning in Ghana
The Garden of Subjection
For Vancouver pioneer Jeff Wall, politics and beauty do mix
Rat Trap
Why Canada’s drug policy won’t check addiction
Unlimited Editions
A collector’s obsession with award-winning books. NMA nominee: Arts & Entertainment, Still-life Photography
Review — La Sagouine
The Autobiography of an Idea
Rethinking the Holocaust in light of 9/11, my mentor, and my dad
Not So Secret
Plundering Eastern religions for enlightenment and profit
If It Bleeds Like a Duck...
A Laurentian twist on a French delicacy
Mission Not Yet Accomplished
How Iraq figures in Big Oil’s dreams
Review — Blue Covenant: The Global Water Crisis
Thinking Inside the Big Box
Review — Outside the Wire: The War in Afghanistan
How to Get a Head
The birth of a dough boy
Lost and Found
Making Red
A mystery in colour
Review — White Rapids
December 2007
Test of the Heart
This is the story of a heart operation. It’s also the story of a marriage.
To Die For
Activist design collective Fabrica uses icons of consumer culture to contrast lives in the affluent West with those in war-torn Darfur
One Hundred Years at Forty
Gabriel García Márquez’s sumptuous and tragic vision of the modern world
Canada & its place in the world. Published by
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