Author Archives: Sue Carter Flinn

SlutWalk Toronto

Now that all our boxes are unpacked (sort of) I can go back to more important things, like taking part in today’s SlutWalk, which included an incredible impassioned speech by Jane Doe. It’s disgusting that such a day has to … Continue reading

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Rita Pavone Tuesday

One more reason to learn Italian…

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Greens make me giggle

The perfect antidote to the nauseating annual media coverage of New Year’s fitness resolutions:’s Women Laughing Alone at Salad. Laughing won’t cost you any calories.

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Favourite things: Nowhere Boy

Sam Taylor-Wood is one of my favourite artists (her video Third Party, starring Marianne Faithfull, is on my all-time top 10 list), so I waited for Nowhere Boy, her John Lennon biopic with great anticipation. Unfortunately the buzz around this … Continue reading

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Favourite things 2010: Homo Duplex

Halifax, you don’t make it easy, what with the lack of employment, backwards politics and ridiculous weather. But every once in awhile I’m reminded why we’ve put up with debt and salty fog for so long. Local (in the geographic … Continue reading

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Pillow talk

December was not a happy blogging month, but I’m back after a well-deserved vacation back home hanging with my family. On my travels I discovered this new little shop in Waterloo called Bon Mot, which sells contemporary art and design … Continue reading

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Reimagining Traffic

If only it really was like this: Jacques Tati’s “Trafic.”

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