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The Poetic Consequences of K-Pop
Poetry as a medium delivers affective responses in ways traditional narrative prose may not. Mores of grammar, syntax, and logic could be smudged without explanation or excuse, and there was beauty in that chaos and blur. In poetry, I realized again and again that “failures” were in fact openings to more possibilities.
poetry  language  korea  canada  writing  fiction  music  popmusic  pop  asia  creativity 
8 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
The Gentlewoman – Sandra Oh
“It’s actually a gift that there is a timeline, that there is an actual physical timeline,” she says. “Because your body is going to change, you have to deal with reality. And to deal with the reality, you have to know what you want and who you are. We come to it faster, women. Society has taught us this is negative. But it’s like, that is such bullshit!” She laughs. “All I know, all I dream of, is that on the other side of menopause is… Frances McDormand.”
aging  acting  movies  film  television  asian  canada  reputation  presence  women 
october 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Interview with The Dears – Noisetrade Blog
One record I can listen over and over again is the Diana and Marvin record. I know they weren’t not married but that album has that dynamic and was a big inspiration behind Times Infinity. Beyond that I can’t really think of many or any couples in bands albums that are notable.
music  canada  indiemusic 
february 2018 by allaboutgeorge
“We stepped in and started doing it”: How one woman built an award-winning news outlet from her dining room table » Nieman Journalism Lab
“We had to shift from the idea of ‘We’re a traditional newspaper that covers everything’ to ‘We’re a niche publication that is going to — that can only do things that we have a revenue model for.'”
journalism  publishing  canada  environment  vancouver  911 
january 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Look out Apple - The Globe and Mail
With Microsoft as its partner, Nokia is finally ready to dance. The strategy is set, and Nokia’s got a lot of heft to put into the effort, not least because the company is desperate. But the easy part, the planning phase, is over. Now Elop’s got to deliver. And he doesn’t have much time.
nokia  apple  mobile  technology  business  canada 
june 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Suicide Demo for Kara Walker | Music For Kids Who Can't Read Good: Making It 1997 Again Through Science Or Magic
Much has been said about the album’s vintage 80’s sound (referred to as soft-rock, smooth jazz, or “ambient disco” depending on who you’re talking to) but I find it amazing how Bejar has taken a style of music that is easily laughed off and used it as the medium for his most ravishing work. The album strikes a balance of being faithful to the sound, with it’s palette of airy synths, extravagant woodwinds and soulful back-up singers, and creating something entirely new that’s both whimsical and stunning.
music  indie  rock  canada  songwriting 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
One Song: Daniel Bejar's Destroyer finds a different angle on Kara Walker's words | Pop & Hiss | Los Angeles Times
“Kaputt” rethinks Destroyer's noisy, rococo indie rock within the startling context of New Romantic smooth jazz, in the process changing the meaning of clichés like “mellow” and “art rock.”
indie  rock  canada  songwriting 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Album Reviews: Destroyer: Kaputt
The production and arrangements evoke a narrow window of time-- sometime between, say, 1977 and 1984, or between Chuck Mangione's "Feels So Good" and Sade's Diamond Life with stops along the way for Roxy Music's Avalon and Steely Dan's Gaucho. It slides between soft rock, smooth jazz, and new romantic pop. The bass is fretless; the synths have the blocky contrast of a Nagel painting; there are heavily reverbed trumpets and saxophones that almost serve as a Greek chorus, trilling away at the end of every line to enforce the beautiful plasticity of these songs.
music  canada  songwriting  rock  indie  creativity 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Album review: Destroyer's 'Kaputt' | Pop & Hiss | Los Angeles Times
When there’s such a vast palette of noises represented, it questions the very ideas of good and bad, and how much they are tempered by context, trends and generational bias.

For those who were fully functioning adults in the '80s, some of these songs might bring back bad memories of Kenny G commercials on TV. For those who were still kids or barely in existence, these sounds still hold some sort of exotic quality, the lost, sentimental history of crappy radio. At their worst, the songs can suffer from a strange inertia, stillborn in their own lathery bath.
music  rock  indie  reviews  canada 
january 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Bruce Mau's northern exposure - The Globe and Mail
“Bruce is really good at articulating a profound definition of design so that it becomes a method of problem-solving,” says Warren Berger, whose new book, Glimmer , focuses on the transforming nature of Mr. Mau's thinking. “He's got the designer's way of turning everything on its head and challenging all the old assumptions.

“Designers are also good at empathic research, at figuring out what people need, which is what Bruce will do in Sudbury. They're also skilled at visualizing the future in front of people, in rallying momentum by making people excited about the potential of what could be.

“And they understand what to do to bring about change – it's important not to do it all at once, but to do prototypes and build failure into the process. To solve big problems and make big changes, you do it gradually, you don't do it overnight.”
design  canada  cities  urban  creativity  green  trains  mining  ontario 
november 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The key to his genius - Books, Canada -
One can speculate endlessly about the causes of Gould’s late-career breakdown; everything from the recent death of his perfectionist mother to the routine pressures of middle age has been cited. And it is surely the case that his hypochondria, combined with the cycles of self-medication, anxiety, and (importantly) the means to indulge these, created its own toxic energy. But I think the simplest explanation is both the best and the most frightening. Gould was caught in a control freak’s nightmare. Even as he struggled to fix something he felt was broken, he was attacked by new waves of misgiving about whether the steps he was taking to solution were actually making the problem worse. Not only was his playing stalled by thought—in other words, he had become the centipede—but, far worse, the thought itself had become stalled, recursive and self-negating at every moment. This is the energy of consciousness bent back upon its bearer.
music  philosophy  behavior  thinking  health  psychology  classical  classicalmusic  canada  books 
october 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Hello baby, goodbye chemicals - The Globe and Mail
Food is major. But I can't afford to buy all organic and I don't think most people can. So [for] bananas or other things with thick rinds, which I know are less susceptible to pesticides, I don't buy organic. But meat products, it's always organic, especially the dairy. Second is any cleaning products. I get the organic stuff from the health-food store or I make my own, and that's with baking soda, water, vinegar and maybe a bit of lemon. If I use any shampoo or soap on my daughter, I buy them at the health-food store and the less ingredients, the better. And I got Song Ji [her daughter] an organic mattress – that was a big-ticket item for me but that's where she spends most of her life.
children  health  marketing  parenting  business  documentary  film  southkorea  canada 
september 2009 by allaboutgeorge
A man of many words - The Globe and Mail
“The first thing you realize is that our way of thinking that we take for granted – how you look at the day-to-day stuff – is not the only way there is. … What you are losing by not knowing the earlier stuff is, if nothing else, a constant reminder that you may not be seeing the full picture.”
language  judaism  religion  canada  books  identity  reputation  english  ethics 
september 2009 by allaboutgeorge
The wizard of Ossington - The Globe and Mail
“I fell in love with Toronto,” he says. “It had all the capitalist drivers of North American culture but it was also a gentle, tolerant culture. So it had all the stuff I loved about America and all the stuff I loved about my Commonwealth upbringing, with a healthy dose of cosmopolitanism.”
toronto  canada  cities  northamerica 
august 2009 by allaboutgeorge
36 Hours in Toronto -
Sidewalks are spotless, trolleys run like clockwork, and the locals are polite almost to a fault. That’s not to say that Torontonians are dull. Far from it. With a population that is now half foreign-born — fueled by growing numbers of East Indians, Chinese and Sri Lankans — the lakeside city offers a kaleidoscope of world cultures. Sing karaoke in a Vietnamese bar, sip espresso in Little Italy and catch a new Bollywood release, all in one night.
toronto  canada  travel  nytimes  cities  karaoke 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge | Ideas | For urban idealists, staying power
"I have to be optimistic. I've chosen Toronto as my home. But I've always been really proud of the city. I'd rather be here than any other city in North America, even New York. We don't have race riots or ghettoes."
cities  urban  toronto  canada  magazines  race  northamerica  nyc 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Oakland International Airport: Press Releases: Allegiant Air Announces Nonstop Service from OAK: First-Time Ever Service between Oakland and Bellingham, Washington
"For the first time, nonstop flights will soon be available from Oakland International to Bellingham, Washington," said Steve Grossman, director of aviation for the Port of Oakland, which owns and operates OAK. "Travelers will have a convenient link between the San Francisco Bay Area and Bellingham, a key gateway to Vancouver and the growing Pacific Northwest region. The service is timely as the number of visitors from Canada to the United States has significantly increased in recent months and the flights will have a positive impact on tourism-related industries."
oakland  canada  washingtonstate  travel  vancouver  britishcolumbia  usa  california 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Search Engine | CBC Radio | Is Canada becoming a digital ghetto?
This growing list of backwards policies is already creating a sense of digital isolation: Canadians can’t stream the videos Americans stream, download the files Americans download, remix the media Americans remix, or tweet the way Americans tweet.

With the election of Barack Obama, digital culture in the U.S. hit a tipping point, where a robust online public sphere proved itself capable of changing the world. Meanwhile, here in Canada we’re approaching our own tipping point, where a series of ignorances and capitulations threaten to turn our country into a digital ghetto.
canada  communication  twitter  politics  technology  video  filesharing  media 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge The first North American election?
"As environmental problems get worse, however, politicians will be increasingly forced into confrontations between the urban and rural coalitions."
urban  cities  usa  canada  politics  elections  campaigns 
september 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Vancouver Magazine: Sad City
"We live in Babel; we are all so different. But in the Downtown Eastside, people tell me that their fundamental desire is not for money but for a feeling of connection and community. People crave that. It’s common to all humans. So in our public spaces, people are going to have to look past the surface. They are going to have to give each other a chance."
cities  urban  vancouver  britishcolumbia  happiness  research  canada  community  public  altruism  volunteering 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge Late love
"Ralph, Ralph. Dear God, Ralph had sent me 50 roses for my 50th birthday. And my husband, whose name wasn't Ralph, was holding his card. This wasn't a promising start to my second half-century, nor, it must be said, to our romantic getaway to Hovey Manor. [...]"
canada  love  relationships  marriage  disease  mourning  death  writing  nonfiction 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
National Post: Immigrants flocking to smaller cities
"I have a cousin who says, ‘Why do you want to go to Saskatoon? There's nothing there!' I said, ‘That's why! There's something there, but it's not the big city that we're trying to get away from.'"
cities  immigration  canada  identity  diversity  language 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
National Post: Turning Toronto into a nanny state
"I think we need to be mindful of the kinds of laws we put in place because I think we can overregulate citizens to the point where nothing you do is without a penalty of some sort,"
toronto  canada  cities  law  public  social  police 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Shutting up not an option: Artist Jamelie Hassan
"My struggle for language has somehow become a subtext in my work."
arabic  language  art  creativity  canada  women  feminism  activism 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Our part-time home and native land
"We give a very different message. We tell them that it's a good place to do business — implicitly 'for a while' — and that you don't have to give up your prior identity, and by and large Canada has done very well in this way."
canada  politics  immigration  education  business  identity  asian  china  india 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge Arts & Entertainment | Good night and good TV
"News is presenting the story in such a way that a housewife in a kitchen peeling potatoes for dinner will suddenly stop and listen -- and think my god 300 people were burned alive in the Bangkok fire! Thank goodness I wasn't one of them!"
media  television  video  news  journalism  story  canada 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
CBC Radio | The Current | Whole Show Blow-by-Blow
"We heard some musings from Sean Cole, an American radio reporter based in Boston who not-so-secretly pines to be a Canadian. But that dream inspired some grappling with our perceived differences [...]"
usa  identity  canada  immigration  travel  aesthetics  sports  hiphop  business  marketing 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
William Gibson Interview: William Gibson Talks to io9 About Canada, Draft Dodging, and Godzilla
"I believe people in the future will (sic) weild unimaginable tools of forensic transparency — and they'll aim them back at history. They'll find out about what every major player did all the way back with tools we can't imagine today. There will be no
scifi  sciencefiction  writing  history  blogging  privacy  security  canada  novels  books 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge News | So long, Canada
"The real cultural dividing line on this continent is not the Canadian border, but the Ohio River. America's Northern states would fit more amicably into a union with Ontario and Nova Scotia than the one with Arizona and Texas."
usa  canada  immigration  identity  security  travel 
may 2008 by allaboutgeorge 'It's about launching a conversation'
"These really not simply amazing people but people either through their actions or through what they were caught up in, not only helped shape the country ... but became a kind of mirror of the country, an explanation for ourselves."
celebrity  canada  identity  television 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
penmachine: Life, death, and the blog (spoken word)
"[W]hen the planned speaker dropped out at the last minute a couple of weeks ago, I filled in, talking about how I've mixed my online and offline lives since developing colon cancer last year."
death  blogging  twitter  yasns  social  socialnetworking  health  canada  music  technology 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Edmonton rapper Cadence Weapon decodes his new album - CBC Arts | Music
“You know what the problem with Canadian rap has been for the last 10, 15 years? It’s that all "[T]he rappers are trying to sound like they’re from the States. There’s been a major fear of having a Canadian identity in our rap community. It makes
hiphop  music  canada  identity  creativity  art 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Crosscut Seattle - A Canadian is shaking up the Northwest newspaper business
"We look at opportunities we can afford. When prices come down, that makes it a little bit easier."
journalism  washingtonstate  media  newspapers  corporations  canada 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge | Columnist | Reveries of a solitary walker in a wintry mood
"I caught sight of a graffiti bromide the other day, an attempt at Zen/Daytimer cleverness by a kid with a spray can who had scrawled: "Take time to tell me to take time." A modern plea, I suppose. I urge you now. Take time."
canada  toronto  walking  winter 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge The kinder, gentler energy superpower
"They were shocked to find out how much of our oil comes from Canada. They know now."
oil  canada  energy  usa  globalization 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Facebook Used by Officials to Spy on Welfare Clients :: News ::
"One of the policies is to make sure income assistance is going to people who are eligible. We take allegations of fraud seriously. In fact we are mandated to investigate every allegation of fraud we get from any source."
socialnetworking  facebook  government  canada 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The Walrus >> Mark Kingwell on Toronto Culture >> Toronto: Justice Denied
"Toronto is, instead, a linked series of towns loosely held together by the gravitational force of its downtown core and the pinned-in-place effect of the surveillance rod we call the CN Tower."
toronto  space  research  justice  geography  identity  cities  urban  canada  public  social 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
33 1/3: A Céline Update
"She is condemned to a kind of pidgin otherness that gains her little in empathy or exotic allure because few know how to place it within standard North American racial and ethnic matrices."
canada  identity  feminism  language  music  politics  neworleans  katrina  hurricane 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
New Pornos Announce More Dates, YouTube Contest
I call dibs on "Sing Me Spanish Techno" or "Bones of an Idol."
music  games  video  canada 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Rethinking the all-important release date - CBC Arts | Music
"We all grew up on physical retail and remain steadfastly loyal to the concept of buying hard copies of music [...] However we cannot ignore that in the end we must give music fans what they want.”
from:cecilyk  music  marketing  online  canada  film 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Vancouver Sun: Rufus Wainwright performs theatrical show to sold-out crowd
"[I]t's clear now that the wildly original singer is now going to do exactly as he pleases as a singer and songwriter, being as innovative or insouciant as he wants, because five albums in, he's more than proven himself."
music  canada  vancouver  britishcolumbia  theater 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
"Influential urban thinker Richard Florida is following mentor Jane Jacobs's footsteps to Toronto and, by example, proving one of his major theories: that multicultural, gay-friendly urban centres will attract the most innovative and creative individuals.
cities  academia  canada  toronto  diversity  creativity  urban 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Canada’s Policy on Immigrants Brings Backlog - New York Times
"Nearly two-thirds of Canada’s population growth comes from immigrants, according to the 2006 census, compared with the United States, where about 43 percent of the population growth comes from immigration."
immigration  canada  usa  law  government  society  jobs 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Sex, or he's your ex
"The paradox is that the pursuit of passion involves excitement, mystery, unpredictability. But the pursuit of intimacy involves wanting to be known completely and expecting predictability. And yet we want both."
sex  men  women  gender  relationships  marriage  psychology  canada 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Good sex, or she's an ex
"Women have been taken advantage of for so many years, and now they've shifted into the power position. But I tell them that having power should not be about being overpowering."
men  women  sex  canada  relationships  power  feminism 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Montreal electro duo Chromeo explains its ’80s fetish - CBC Arts | Music
"You can't really say anything against A-ha or Purple Rain or Thriller. These were very progressive artists. At the same time, the lyrics were very macho and very vulnerable. That's a tight balance we try to rock with."
1980s  music  songwriting  canada  montreal  aesthetics  pop  rock 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Steelback president files suit against Ottawa blogger
"The president of Hamilton-based Steelback Brewery has filed a $2-million lawsuit against an Ottawa-based blogger he claims repeatedly libelled him on his popular sports website."
blogging  law  canada 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Harry's Calgary club visit creates tempest in a D-cup
“The monarchy has to find new ways of connecting with all sorts. If that means the third in line to the throne going to a raucous Calgary pub, that's just a sign of the times. It's a sign the Royal Family is in touch."
uk  canada  marketing  calgary  alberta 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Emily Haines : interview
"I like music writers and I feel we have a lot in common. But if I had the option, I would still rather be a sound rather than a picture. If I wanted to be seen, I would've chosen to be a model."
writing  music  songwriting  pop  canada  creativity 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Arts - Winnie Mandela denied entry to Canada for arts gala
"Celebrities with criminal records can apply for a minister's permit and still get into the country, AS WAS THE CASE WITH MARTHA STEWART." (Caps mine. Ahem.)
canada  southafrica  art  dance  africa  crime  wtf 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Spanish Lesson -
"The fact is, the politics of language is one thing, and the language of politics is another. Language is both a tool and a value."
language  politics  elections  2008  latino  mexico  canada  usa 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Pitchfork: Interview: Feist
"I wanted to live where I made the record. I didn't want to take any vehicle in the morning to go to work. We slept upstairs and it was like summer camp."
interviews  pitchfork  canada  songwriting  music 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge News | Northern exposure
"Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau welcomed war deserters, declaring 'Canada should be a refuge from militarism.' Richard Nixon called him an 'asshole,' to which Trudeau allegedly responded, 'I have been called worse things by better people.' "
usa  canada  iraq  war  vietnam  politics  immigration 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Vancouver Magazine: The New Seattle
"[W]ealth here was generated by scooping up minerals, knocking down forests and, since 1986, harvesting the last of our non-renewable natural resources: water-view real estate."
vancouver  canada  seattle  washingtonstate  travel  identity  cascadia  immigration  environment 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge Arts - Canadian correspondents a rare breed for U.S. newspapers
"It is the country that's most important economically. It is a country that could be supportive, but only if the Americans will pay some attention to us."
usa  canada  media  journalism  newspapers 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: The Luminist
“I don’t find my own experiences very interesting. I find my observations interesting. Maybe that’s why I’m a photographer. Maybe an observation is an experience that means more to you than other experiences.”
photography  identity  aesthetics  memory  history  creativity  vancouver  canada  art 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: They Can Play. Can They Play Nice?
“To me it’s like a Bergman movie. Nothing happens until two very violent acts. One is the bridge, two is the coda. But not a mouse stirs. It’s like a still life.” “But there might be a lion, sir.” “Yeah. That’s me.”
1980s  songwriting  aesthetic  uk  canada  vancouver  music  rock  friendship 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Hooking up on :: Life ::
“One of the elements of globalization is a dissemination of information across borders. But more importantly is the movement of people across borders: it’s not a one-directional phenomenon anymore.”
globalization  public  social  internet  ethnicity  ethnic  asian  canada  usa  china  relationships  teenagers 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: Publisher from B.C. makes inroads into Seattle suburbs
"They're not bad papers, but for the most part they're not exciting papers either. They're more about making money than breaking big stories."
newspapers  journalism  media  canada  seattle  corporations  community 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Vancouver flashback | Vancouver
[...] “I’ve traversed it in different ways. But I just find I’m less and less interested […] because it’s the opposite of what it used to be. It was an exciting, wild, diverse place. Now it’s as predictable as a Filet-o-Fish."
vancouver  britishcolumbia  canada  photography  identity  aesthetics  marketing  public  history  corporations  cities 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge Mood Swing
"[E]verybody needs people to inspire them. The most valuable make you want to be more yourself, not more like them.''
canada  rock  identity  quotes  music 
january 2007 by allaboutgeorge
CBC: Boxer shorts made mandatory for Richmond firefighters
"Generally they change out of their pants into that gear in a common area. So, because their undergarments are then exposed, we felt that it was appropriate to establish a minimum standard for those undergarments."
fashion  law  canada  men  women  gender  britishcolumbia  fire 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
NYRoB: Margaret Atwood's Tale
"Canada suffers from no such split, since it was founded not by idealists but by people who'd been kicked out of other places. Canada was not a city upon a hill, it was what you had to put up with."
usa  canada  identity  aesthetics  writing  novels  fiction  criticism  books 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
Yahoo! News: 'Columbine' game was gunman's favorite
"He wrote that he hates jocks, preppies, country music and hip-hop."
columbine  hiphop  country  music  death  canada 
september 2006 by allaboutgeorge Canadian Hip Hop vs. America
“With U.S. labels and the way that they work, I always had to have nine people sign on one piece of paper for me to burn a CD in the studio. Before anything happens, nine planets gotta align."
canada  hiphop  usa  music  songwriting  aesthetics 
march 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Guardian UK: Canada's daughter
"In a country like Brazil, there's a rich tradition of continuing the classics: all the songs by Tom Jobim are still played by contemporary bands. I find that very dignified and essential to the proper evolution of music."
brazil  canada  music  songwriting 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
LAT: Red-zone blues? North, Americans!
"What we have here in Canada is like the consensus in Massachusetts and coastal California — if those people ran the country. That's what Canada is like."
aesthetics  canada  immigration  usa 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: National Perspectives: After Election Day, a Vote to Leave
"College educated and skilled, Ms. Branch and Mr. Powell are also good candidates. They are considering Toronto, in part because 'as black people we want to occasionally see other people who look like us,' Ms. Branch said."
canada  realestate  usa 
november 2004 by allaboutgeorge

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