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September 2012

Happening on the Edge 2012

Don’t miss ANONYMOUS 2…..Music by Rockstars this Friday September 28 at 9:00pm at Redbones the Blues Cafe. BLACK ZEBRA and RANDOM CHAOS will be performing for the first time in a while! Check out our interview with Dominique Brown of Random Chaos – “Get an autograph now while I’m pleasant” 

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Poetry

Jamaican author and poet, Pamela Mordecai launches her fifth collection of poems entitled Subversive Sonnets on Thursday, September 20th, 6:30-8:30pm at Beit Zatoun House, 612 Markham Street, Toronto (Bathurst Station, beside Honest Eds).  Admission is free; there will be a reading, book signing and light refreshments. About Subversive Sonnets: These

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Books

Listen here. Listen to Jamaican author Darren Hogarth talk about his new novel  “Whatever Sticks Most” in which he gives a male perspective on love, spirituality and the importance of balance. Darren Hogarth started his career as a mechanical engineer, holding various different roles within the automotive industry in Canada for over

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Happening on the Edge 2012

Here are some shots from the Kingston Kitchen food fair held last Saturday at Hope Gardens.  While there were a lot of booths with various food offerings, seems like there was less variety than previous times.   Would also be nice to have some more veggie options! The crowd turned

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