It was a big gamble: Was it the right time to focus on jazz?
Articles written by: Irwin Block
When Opéra de Montréal production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni plays Nov. 12, 15, 17, and 19, many will be struck by the similarity between its central figure and Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.
When neurologist Serge Gauthier first appeared in The ST in its early days, Alzheimer’s was thought to mostly affect old people, a consequence of strokes.
With civil war raging in Syria, Israel’s occupation of lands captured in 1967 and its refusal to abide by international law there has taken a back seat.
A reporter can rarely pick and choose to cover only what he wants, but at The Senior Times, I am almost always enthusiastic and engaged.
A unique program combining music by Jewish composers and music new work performed in public for the first time is on tap for a special concert evening October 19
“If you don’t stand up for people in trouble, one day you’ll be in trouble and there’ll be nobody there.”
In our media-dominated world there is a principle that politicians ignore at their peril: you could offer the most imaginative and necessary policies and competent people to implement them, but without marketing they won’t sell.
You might think that after a distinguished career as a human-rights crusader, Irwin Cotler might settle into a comfortable retirement.