2008.03

March 2008

"I grant myself the quickest of shoulder checks and see the most fantastical thing: she, too, has tripped and is turning over onto her shoulder--the rotund belly, the blunt feet going up and over in the air. I will be crushed by a rolling elephant."
--Brian Payton, in "Fat of the Land"

Gallery: Cuba in Waiting

Gallery: Cuba in Waiting

Snapshots from a country yearning for change
Fat of the Land
How trans fats endanger wild elephants in Borneo
Borneo’s Flora, Fauna, Fat
Borneo’s imperilled forests and wildlife: an online gallery
Nuclear Reaction
Accusations of cancerous fallout divide a small Ontario town
A Culture in Exile
Baghdad’s artistic exodus
Canadian Celebrities, Caricatured
It’s not libel, it’s fun!
Digging for Paradise
The world’s oldest temple offers a glimpse of the Garden of Eden
Lumberjack Chic
Canadian haute decor’s kitschy coming of age
Tractor
Bali Dancing
John Baird embarrasses us again
Campaign Memorabilia
Scrapbook souvenirs from Barry Campbell’s political life
Separation Anxiety
Caring for civil war survivors in Somaliland’s only mental hospital
Politics as Unusual:A Legend is Born
Barry Campbell runs for office, knocks on doors
Flyby Justice
A day in Nunavut’s circuit court
Canadian Designs Gallery
The renaissance in Canadian design
Trailer Cash
Key West’s mobile home crisis
An Open Letter to 0.7%
Your GDP is lookin’ good!
March 2008
The Big Log Off
Where do computer files go when you die?
Facemasking
How the National Football League hides the violence and racial conflict of the game
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