An exceptionally smart show is currently running at Access Gallery in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Work by Guadalupe Martinez, Katherine Soucie, and Tommy Ting take-on Vancouver’s racialized labour history, as well as the relationship between industrial labour practices and the rapidly evolving post-industrial urban context.
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... because the Miami Dolphins NFL bullying episode brings the evergreen topic of the idiocy of manliness back into focus.
... because Canada and the US will celebrate their Thanksgiving holidays and, regrettably and preventably, not 1-cook-in-10 will serve a decent turkey.
... because everyday is Mother's Day.
... because the re-election of President Barak Obama has done nothing to turn America away from its recent ethos of small-mindedness.
... to remind us that not every mix of Tibetans and Western spiritual seekers has to be nauseating.
... to celebrate the new edition of Infinite Vision published in India.
... reprinted in frustration that a dumbass nonevent brought down David Petraeus, the most brilliant, influential, deeply flawed military strategist since Harry Potter.
... because cars are ruining Pondicherry, where I live. How badly are they fucking up your Indian town?
... reprinted because more-and-more people seem want to understand the gift economy. (Yeah!)
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