Since the company shut down the plant (known informally as “Kodak Heights”) in 2005, Mount Dennis has become an economically depressed enclave in Toronto’s northwest end. The No. 9 building was the employee facility and stands at four stories tall as a ghostly sentinel in the ruins of contaminated land and industrial debris.. The 4 […]

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Utopiska framtider och forestallda forntider i Kibbo Kifts ambivalenta modernism [Swedish translation of ‘Utopian futures and imagined pasts in the ambivalent modernism of the Kibbo Kift Kindred’]. This Swedish translation was commissioned by OEI, the Swedish/English language art and poetry periodical. OEI is a Stockholm based magazine for extra disciplinary spaces and de disciplinizing moments […]

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The Ho Ho, while somewhat overshadowed by its yellow cousin, has its own place in snack cake marketing history. The snack itself was created in 1967 when a San Francisco bakery first made it by hand. Happy Ho Ho began appearing in TV ads in the 1970s, including this spot [below], in which he pops […]

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SncrDerelict I would love to debate you. You hide behind everything that you can. If 99 out of a hundred do one thing, you will constantly quote the one. I could be talking about a male. I could be a Chinese male. The guy at the laundromat, I could be talking about a man. Aberrant […]

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The place is also friendly enough if you’re on your own. Wines are predominantly from the Mediterranean, but there are also some interesting selections from Sardinia and Israel. The tapas are all delicious, but the showstopper is the flaming saganaki; the Greek cheese dish is doused with brandy and set aflame. On Friday morning, the […]

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LETTERS TO JUNE It’s been a week since I published the article. From a relationship I treasured the most, facing a heartbreaking experience, to mending a grieving soul. And next thing I know, are hands yanked on mine and trying to pull me out of that nightmare. I glad he safe.To those in Congress who […]

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