We like to tell ourselves that our society has improved, that racism and the legacy of slavery are a thing of the past.
Articles written by: Kristine Berey
Stephen Sachs’ Bakersfield Mist, now playing at the Centaur Theatre asks questions we should never stop asking, no matter how many answers we come across.
When visiting the Sistine Chapel and beholding Michelangelo’s magnificent paintings, most people experience a sense of awe, and wonder about the history and symbolism of the images.
“There’s a picture of me at 14 months, sitting on the stump of a tree holding a cat that was nearly bigger than me.”
We are all seniors, or seniors-to-be.
Montrealers are once again looking forward to a vibrant and varied theatre season.
It is imperative to keep Homa Hoodfar’s story alive even when there is no breaking news, says Marguerite Mendell, a close friend and colleague of the a respected Concordia professor detained in Iran
Though it began as a film festival, mostly screening documentaries at the NFB theatre on St. Denis, the event quickly expanded to including crafts, visual arts, music and dance, as native artists heard of the event and wanted to participate.