And ignore that history at our peril
As the newspaper celebrates its 175th birthday, we offer an alternative history, from fascism to plagiarism
This week marks 175 years of The Globe and Mail. You can read all about its accomplishments elsewhere. Writer Jamie Bradburn takes us through the paper’s darker moments.
Scenes from The Battle of the Somme have become ubiquitous in Canadian remembrances of the war.
An operatic tenor takes turn-of-the-century field recordings out of the museum and back to their original community by fusing them with new, avant-garde songs.
What was different about Desmond Cole?
Artwork goes missing. A film hits an impasse. An artist feels stuck. They turn to fortune teller Cindy Mochizuki.
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