Street Writing – that’s the term I have been applying to what I have been doing since mid May. The activity has evolved from simply me sitting on some infrastructure […]
How long is a long take? That’s the question I was asking myself as I began watching this mesmerizing film which is basically a lot of long takes in New […]
Plant Area – Do Not Remove Snow Recently seen in Saint Michel. Even appears as if someone created a ventilation system.
A Charter Poem A charter poem slipped onto the shore where I sat daydreaming about you it came from a flooded place back up the river and seemed happy to […]
What actually happens to recycling in Montreal? Post the same question in reference to where you live!! Let’s find out what everyone believes and if that differs from what actually […]
This is one of my favorite murals in Montreal. The bench and the flower pots are nice bonuses. Across the street from the Frontenac Metro station and the Maison de […]
Tour de France. Like the World Cup of soccer, the best of sports on a global scale. Or as my grade 8 teacher, Brother Victor, once referring to soccer as […]
Very hot afternoon. There were some readings of the artist Gordon Matta-Clark‘s notes and letters on the lawn of the Canadian Centre for Architecture today. Really interesting despite the heat.
Finding myself exploring the neighborhood just to the east of the old Miron Quarry, now Parc Frederic-Bach, I stumbled upon a green lane (ruelle vert) right up against the STM […]
Congrats to the Calgary Stampeders for their Grey Cup win tonight! On a personal level my total boycott of the National Football League remains solid. One thing I am really […]
Watching the Trump years at the White House is like watching Citizen Kane without knowing how it ends, without even knowing what “rosebud” will mean. We are, however, picking up […]
There is currently a jam every Thursday night at 7 at Cafe le 5e on Wellington street in Verdun. Jazz is the point of departure but people are invited to join […]