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It Was 20 Years Ago Today Part Two: A-ha!

Continued from my last post, remembering the very earliest days of my career, and my training at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario. As I said in the last post, so much of this is based on memory and old snapshots, so it’s only as accurate as my ageing brain. The post-graduate course had only ten members, so there was always…

A Whole Lotta Shakespeare Goin’ On!

Hello friend! My apologies for that ridiculous headline, but I couldn’t resist, for the one person who might laugh at it. Like any arty Saskatchewanian, I had always enjoyed going out to Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan’s productions, especially once I got married, as my wife is an even bigger booster of Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan than I am. So a…

Feature Fridays: Famous Fan Lisa Loeb

Hello friend! Welcome to FEATURE FRIDAYS where I feature the work of another artist, writer, blogger, whatever whose work I admire. Previous entries included fine art painter Sarah Cavanaugh, fashion and culture blogger Merritt Beck and Sydney Hoffman, as well as writer and musician Rob Priestley. This week’s entry is the great singer song-writer Lisa Loeb, who I’ve mentioned briefly…

Finally I have bowed to the constant (constant!) requests and have drawn Wolverine as a club DJ.  Are you happy?!

In actuality, this was a fun commission from my friend Julia Ferguson for the very talented Neil Fink, DJ extraordinaire and all around swell fellow.

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