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The Ephemera

The Black and White Issue

Taddle Creek looks at diversity (or lack thereof) in its pages.

The Features

Pure Sweetness

The egg cream is alive and well in New York—and a lone Montreal lunch counter.
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The Profile

Going With the Flow

The eclectic music of Petunia.
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The Gallery

A New Vantage Point

Berenice Abbott at the Ryerson Image Centre.
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The Poems

“Tight shirts—tight slacks—tight smile / perfect blonds every night.”

If I Were Burt Reynolds” by

The Blog

Fifteen mumbling minutes with Douglas Coupland

Further proof that X is a term that defines not a chronological age but a way of looking at the world.
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“I can’t believe I’ve actually met Cole!”

Cole Fleming's fame grows among T.T.C. staff.
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The Podcast


Podcast Related

Pillar of Community

Jane Jacobs persuaded us to rethink cities. Her new book warns us to rethink societies, or else.
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Jane Jacobs, 1916–2006

Remembering Toronto’s great urban thinker.
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“Hey, did you see that they added a new letter to the alphabet?”

Fad to Grey” by

The Profiles Archive

Everywhere and Nowhere

Hal Niedzviecki—Canada’s self-defined indie guru—faces adulthood, fatherhood, and a growing generation gap.
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Not Just Mouthing the Words

Camilla Gibb transforms from first-time novelist to writer with The Petty Details of So-and-so’s Life.
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Blood Thicker Than Honey Water

Saleema Nawaz expands the universe of two early creations in her debut novel, Bone and Bread.
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The Comix Archive

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