Posted on June 30, 2016
Celebrating Pride: The Work We Have To Do | Long Reads
Faithfully LGBT: An Interview With Eliel Cruz | The Toast
Drag icon RuPaul will speak at Pride Toronto Sunday ~The world’s premier drag supermodel will appear at Yonge-Dundas Square.
The Heritage Minute Canada Needs to See ~Taking a sixty-second look at residential schools is long overdue | The Walrus
‘These Britons are crazy!’ | The European
When Music Is Violence ~From trumpets at the walls of Jericho to pop songs as torture in the Iraq War, sound can make an effective weapon. | The New Yorker
Angels in America: The Complete Oral History ~How Tony Kushner’s play became the defining work of American art of the past 25 years. | Slate
House of the Cool Parents ~Chandler Levack documents the life and death of Videofag, the tiny living room theatre that became Toronto’s newest art institution. | Maisonneuve
Will Revolution Ever Arrive on Game of Thrones? | The Atlantic
‘Not a Job for a Woman’ ~Think electing Hillary Clinton isn’t important? Here’s what the glass ceiling felt like when I ran for office. | Politico
Canada Day Trivia: How well do you know Canada? | Toronto Sun
Track Changes: A Literary History of Word Processing review ~did tech change literary style?
Brexit’s fallout ~Leaderless and divided, Britain has its first taste of life unmoored from Europe | The Economist
Presidential veepstakes take a humorous turn: Al Franken says he is open to running with Hillary Clinton ~The Minnesota senator and former SNL funny man recently said that he would say “yes” to being Clinton’s VP | Salon