In Classics: Why It Matters, one almost wonders at times if author Neville Morley concedes the irrelevance of Greece and Rome in a world where America’s president knows only of gyros and pizza. more


Toronto bassist/cellist/composer Andrew Downing takes a relaxing trip down memory lane on Otterville. Named after a town in Tobacco Country, the progression of tracks resembles the comforting breeze that blows through a quiet park deep in t... more

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Whether history condemns or redeems George W. Bush, this one footnote of his presidency will long spark debate: Why did Bush, a man almost ideologically opposed to pardons—so much so that he issued less than 200 of them, infuriating his base by no.. more

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