Norbert Ruebsaat stops in London to make sure he’s got the right Rosetta Stone in sight.
Dan Gawthrop reports from Burma. The post-dictatorship press looks “independent,” but what about the big story on which it is tip-toeing the government line?
A little Facebook music please: transcript of a social media conversation about current events.
Brian Fawcett isn’t convinced there should have been a State Funeral for former Harper Government Finance Minister Jim Flaherty
Stan Persky tries to sort out the strands in the Ukrainian web.
Dan Gawthrop on the future of Myanmar, and its internationally renowned political figure, Aung San Suu Kyi, “The Lady.”
Seventy-five years after its publication, Stan Persky takes note of George Orwell’s “Homage to Catalonia,” and its anniversary.
George Bowering finds a pronoun in the wrong seat on an airliner, placed there by a writer who should know better.
Brian Fawcett doesn’t find David Gilmour’s disinterest in teaching women writers criminal. What bothers him is the hysterical response to it.
Norbert Ruebsaat on the boy who didn’t like ice cream.