Tag Archives: film/TV
Before the BAnQ first opened its doors in 2006, it had been, at that point, over a decade since I had been to a library that wasn’t built into a school Continue reading
Having just discovered It’s always sunny in Philadelphia, I’ve blazed through 4 seasons, and am all caught up to date, in the span of about 2 weeks. It’s that good. Continue reading
Take, say, bananas.
Bananas have attained mainstay status in our society. Our grocery stores present them as almost a basic staple. They are even made affordable — to most, anyway.
Thing is, we seem to have forgotten that bananas are, like, totally alien to our northern climes; an exotic item. Indeed, they are the fruit of a whole industry with a less than palatable background. Continue reading
We’re not members of l’Association Végétarienne de Montréal, but vegan.eating signed up to their newsletter list at the Salon national de l’environnement this past summer to keep tabs on them. We got this one on October 8th, and it features an invitation from the Montreal NHL hockey hockey player, Georges Laraque, who recently made the news for turning vegan, to view a free screening of the film Earthlings! I thought I’d translate it into English to help spread the word about his event: Continue reading